WHY DONATE TO E.A.R.S.?
At E.A.R.S. we rely solely on donations, as we are a nonprofit group. Everything we receive goes directly to the dogs!! If you are interested in helping out in any way, please email email@example.com
WHY VOLUNTEER FOR E.A.R.S.?
At E.A.R.S. we are always in need of volunteers. We need people to play, feed, walk, bathe, clean, and have fun with our dogs! They are always looking forward to their next time out to play, and by having lots of volunteers, we can assure that the dogs have the best time here while waiting for their new families.
WHY ADOPT FROM E.A.R.S.?
All of our dogs are spayed, neutered, chipped and up to date on their vaccines. We are well aware of their temperments, with information such as if they like children, cats and other pets. This helps us find the RIGHT forever home for them. Rest assured we share with you everything about our little guys and gals!
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Golden E.A.R.S. Update (from Volunteer Jennifer L.)
Since our last update, the Golden E.A.R.S. Pack has been busy!
During February and March, Sophie and Wilson were out meeting people to promote and fundraiser for their hospice program. It was great speaking with everyone and we truly appreciate the generous donations and support!
In March, the Pack welcomed Pun’kin and Addison!
Pun’kin is 14 year old long-haired Chihuahua found in Hillsborough County as a stray. Unfortunately, her eye had to be removed and she suffers from extremely large mammary tumors – a result of not being spayed. Due to a heart condition, surgery to remove the masses is not likely. This little girl has a heart of gold and delight to have around. Her favorite things are car rides and meal time!
Addie is a 12 year old Maltese also found as a stray in Hillsborough County. As you can see, Addie was found in horrific condition. She is recovering from pneumonia and will be on medication for the remainder of her life for a heart condition. Since her arrival, she has yet to leave my side and it has been amazing to witness her transformation!
The Pack also has a house guest! Mona is a chunky girl (approximately 8 years old) who is staying with us as her medications are adjusted ensuring her health for many more years. They must be working because her physical activity has dramatically increased. Her disposition is sweet and she enjoys escorting me around my property in the evenings. Keep an eye out for the great news when Mona is available for adoption!
In April, Golden E.A.R.S. will be at the Pinellas Pepper Fest – please come out and see us!
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