Cooper City, FL. (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Purebred Breeders, LLC, a network of professional and responsible dog breeders, has contributed to the aid of search and rescue operations for companion animals in Oklahoma. Through the American Kennel Club’s Companion Animal Recovery branch, families are being united with missing pets after the tornado disaster.
Every month, Purebred Breeders searches for small, non-profit organizations that are in desperate need of funding to operate in order to assist in the continuation of the organizations altruistic endeavors. Purebred Breeders has decided to contribute to the AKC CAR program because of the work they do; supporting other organizations in search and rescue efforts during disasters such as the one that has devastated the citizens of Oklahoma.
This company has donated to the AKC CAR program in order to assist in their activities, especially in these difficult times. The tornado that ripped through the city has caused many pets to become missing, and reuniting these lost pets with their families has become an important objective for this program.
Keryn Rod, spokesperson for Purebred Breeders, commented on the necessity of supporting organizations that are assisting in the search and rescue operations and reuniting pets with their families. “In times like these, it is often underappreciated how a simple act of finding a lost pet has on the moral of a family during such a disaster. Pets are more like an addition to a family; therefore their loss is felt as heavily as the loss of a family member. Reuniting pet owners with their pets makes rebuilding their lives after such an event more bearable in the foreseeable future.”
Purebred Breeders, LLC was founded in 2005 with the mission of connecting healthy and happy purebred and designer breed puppies with responsible dog owners, while providing exceptional customer service and puppy education.
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