Racing for Paws, a Denver-based nonprofit, is accepting donations for its pet drive that will benefit three animal rescue organizations in the area — Freedom Service Dogs, Nikeno's Second Chances …
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Racing for Paws, a Denver-based nonprofit, is accepting donations for its pet drive that will benefit three animal rescue organizations in the area — Freedom Service Dogs, Nikeno's Second Chances Rescue and Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue.
The drive runs through Nov. 17, and all donations can be dropped off at Montessori Peaks Academy, 9904 W. Capri Ave., Littleton.
While all donations of food items, supplies and money are accepted, some specific items the drive is seeking are blankets, rope toys, bowls, dingo dog leashes, medium and large harnesses, nylon dog leashes, medium and large dog beds, squeaky plush toys and grain-free dog food.
Freedom Service Dogs trains shelter dogs to become assitance dogs for children, veterans, active-duty military personnel and other adults. Learn more at https://freedomservicedogs.org.
Nikeno's Second Chance Rescue gives dogs structured training before, during and after home placement, which increases the chances of a successful adoption. Learn more at http://nscrescue.org.
Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue rescues, fosters and rehabilitates homeless cocker spaniels. Learn more at http://rockymountaincockerrescue.org.
Racing for Paws was founded by Mark and Jamie Klenin. Racing for Paws comes in when shelters and rescues are low on funds and supplies. Learn more at www.racingforpaws.net.
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