Monday, October 24, 2011

Little Dogs -- Big Love

It's said that big things come in small packages, and that's definitely true when it comes to dogs!

We have a special promotion this month featuring some very special, very teeny pups.  Come meet them every Saturday in October from 11 am to 3 pm at the CWAC facility (40 N. 800 W., Salt Lake City) and fall in love with your new best friend. 
All new adoptees with go home with a special welcome home package to help ease the transition into their new family life.  

Here's a look at just a handful of the dogs up for adoption:

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Help Us Help Them

Canines with a Cause is expanding, and with more dogs in the kennels, we are in need of more warm beds -- especially with winter quickly approaching. 

Every dog deserves a comfortable place to curl up and dream about their new forever family, and now you can help us supply them.  Simply click the link below to donate a bed, and Kuranda will send it straight to the facility. 

Please help us make their time with us a little more pleasant. 

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Congratulations Canella!

Canella was with us yesterday at the Hogle Zoo adoption event and was snatched up within an hour!  She was our first CWAC pup to be adopted yesterday; Rocky followed soon after.  Canella's new family was very excited to find her and she's now sleeping comfortably in their son's bunk beds.  Congratulations, Canella!  We'll miss seeing your beautiful face, but are so happy for you and your new people!

Changing Lives Through Canine Companionship

One in four Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans return home with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. More than four million healthy, adoptable animals will be euthanized in shelters this year. These dogs can provide an understanding, loving companion that can help these veterans cope with debilitating flashbacks by bringing them back to the present, therefore helping them re-assimilate back into civilian life.

Canines With a Cause brings shelter dogs and returned veterans together. Vets benefit from the healing companionship of the dog and shelter dogs' lives are saved by finding loving homes.