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Pets Dec 8, 2014 - 1:47:36 PM

“Paws” to Share the Holiday Spirit with a Shelter Dog

By Adopt-A-Dog

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Armonk, NY - Adopt-A-Dog strives to brighten and improve the lives of their rescue residents until they are placed in a loving home. The holidays and winter months always bring special challenges to provide the shelter’s dogs and cats with much needed supplies and support as they await adoption. Why not plan as part of your gift-giving this year a sponsorship, donation or gift package to assist Adopt-A-Dog with its mission?

Giving a meaningful holiday gift to Adopt-A-Dog is quick and easy. Visit and click on their Wish List and select one or more of the much-needed supplies, toys and treats. Feeling especially generous? Then commit in your name or gift to another a monthly sponsorship of one of the resident dogs (or cats) whose photos are posted on Adopt-A-Dog’s web site. A minimum monthly pledge of $10.00 or more will make an important difference in a dog’s life as he patiently awaits a forever home. Credit and debit cards are accepted, as well as PayPal.

Shoppers at Pet Pantry Warehouse in Greenwich, Connecticut, also may make a donation on the store’s special “Giving Tree.” Family pets are celebrated as one of life’s blessings, especially around the holidays. “Paws” to share the season’s magical spirit with a hopeful resident of Adopt-A-Dog.

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