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Girl Scout Gold Award helps shelter dogs

For her project, Katie Mulligan chose to help the puppies and dogs in the Dog Adoption Center of Valley Animal Center, Fresno, CA.  Her goal was to raise $1000 to purchase some beds. 

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Comfort comes to 25 California pitbulls

Thanks to the efforts of Diamonds in the Ruff rescue in California,  25 pitbulls living in awful pens on wet, cold floors have received Kuranda bed donations

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June 2011

Sadie and Coco
The Kuranda bed for Sadie ( the English Springer with joint issues) has been a blessing. It wasn't long before Coco decided, he liked it too. We now own two of these beds and as you can see, they often share.

As the winner, 5 beds will be donated to Winnipeg Animal Services, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on behalf of Sadie and Coco

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Stars come out to help the animals

   
 

There is a lot of heart in Los Angeles for the animals.  That is what Lu Parker and Sarah Grooters discovered when they asked the community to donate for dog beds for the South LA Shelter on Valentine's Day. 

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May 2011

Chill'n
Casey is an 8 year old German Shepherd cross palliative care dog adopted from a Shelter. When he gets on his Kuranda bed it is considered "homefree" and the other canines in the house know not to bother him. He excels at lounging!!!

As the winner, 5 beds will be donated to Rolling Dog Ranch Animal Sanctuary, Lancaster, New Hampshire on behalf of Casey

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German Shepherd

Known for their intelligence, vigilance and protective nature, German Shepherds could be considered the renaissance men of the K-9 world. German Shepherds can be seen in a variety of roles including narcotics detective, herding dog, helper of the disabled, search and rescue and… movie star (anybody remember Rin Tin Tin?!). When properly trained, this reliable and even-tempered dog makes quite the family pet as well. So what type of bed makes a good resting place for such a “celebrity” of a dog? Perhaps this information will help.          

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Great Danes (German Mastiffs)

Originally developed in Central Europe to hunt wild boar, the energetic and rather large Great Dane is typically well-mannered and gentle when properly trained. As their heritage and size would suggest, Great Danes require a great deal of exercise and can consume massive amounts of food. But do these aristocratic dogs ever attempt to consume their own beds? Read on to find out what items to consider when selecting a dog bed for your (truly GREAT) Great Dane.

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Adopt the Internet All-Stars

Grady

Grady needs a home.  He is in the Monroe County Animal League, Union, WV.  He was pulled from a kill facility with his mother and brought into foster care as a young pup. In the time that they’ve had him, he's had both hips operated on (FHO surgery). He walks a little funny, but it doesn't slow him down! Grady is ready for his own forever family!

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Help Petfinder Adopt the Internet March 15

Petfinder Adopt-the-Internet DayCelebrate Petfinder.com’s 15th Birthday by adopting a homeless pet. More than 320,000 pets are waiting for homes on Petfinder.com. Help our friends at Petfinder Adopt the Internet today and find forever homes for as many as possible!

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April 2011

Moose
My name is Moose. I am a big Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy. I love curling up on my new Kuranda bed with my family sitting close to me. I’m about to turn 1 in March so wish me a Happy Birthday by voting for me.

As the winner, 5 beds will be donated to Austin Humane Society, Austin, TX on behalf of Moose

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