The Dogington Post and The National Mill Dog Rescue Teamed up to Bring Dog Lovers a Fun and Exciting Way to Support Mill Dog Rescue Efforts

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The Dogington Post and The National Mill Dog Rescue have teamed up to bring dog lovers and animal advocates a fun and exciting way to support mill dog rescue efforts, to directly contribute to the rescue of at least 25 to 30 mill dogs, and to win some really great prizes!

The Dogington Post and The National Mill Dog Rescue Teamed up to Bring Dog Lovers a Fun and Exciting Way to Support Mill Dog Rescue Efforts

The Dogington Post and The National Mill Dog Rescue Teamed up to Bring Dog Lovers a Fun and Exciting Way to Support Mill Dog Rescue Efforts

Just $2500 can fund an entire puppy mill rescue, saving the lives of 25 to 30 dogs.

Just $2500 can fund an entire puppy mill rescue by National Mill Dog Rescue, saving the lives of 25 to 30 dogs. The funds cover transportation costs, veterinary fees for all the dogs pulled from the deplorable conditions, and grooming necessary to have the dogs looking their best.

“We were excited to learn that only $2500 can fund an entire rescue event,” said Brandy Arnold, Content Editor for Dogington Post, “and when Mary Frances Accessories offered their stunning dog-themed beaded bag to use for a fundraiser, we knew exactly what we would do to raise the money.”

With a $2500 goal in mind, and a generous donation of a stunning hand-made beaded purse from Mary Frances Accessories, along with other prizes – including the opportunity for one winner to give each and every rescued dog his or her very first real name, and some great National Mill Dog Rescue swag – Dogington Post and NMDR have launched an exciting fundraising event!

During the entire month of April, each person that donates $5 to The National Mill Dog Rescue through the donation event page will get one entry into a drawing to win the Mary Frances purse. Additional entries are given for each additional $5 donation. (Donate $10, get 2 entries, donate $20 and get 4, and so on.)

The drawing, scheduled for May 1, will award 3 lucky contributors with the following prizes:
First place winner will receive:
1) “Fetch” the beautifully beaded handbag by Mary Frances.
2) National Mill Dog Rescue t-shirt.
3) 2013 calendar by National Mill Dog Rescue.
4) PLUS the right to name all the dogs in an upcoming puppy mill rescue!

Second place winner will receive:
1) National Mill Dog Rescue t-shirt.
2) National Mill Dog Rescue Charmed Life pendant.

Third place winner will receive:
1) 2013 calendar by National Mill Dog Rescue.
2) National Mill Dog Rescue Charmed Life pendant.

Winners of each prize will be announced on May 2, 2013.

To join in the fun, support National Mill Dog Rescue, and enter for a chance to win these amazing prizes – all while directly contributing to the rescue of at least 25 puppy mill dogs – visit the Fundraiser Event Page by clicking here.

About National Mill Dog Rescue:
National Mill Dog Rescue rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes retired commercial breeding dogs from puppy mills. NMDR gives these dogs a new beginning and a final chance to find happiness and comfort in a loving home. Run almost solely by volunteers, NMDR has pledged to put an end to the cruelty of the puppy mill industry. Through widespread informative efforts, National Mill Dog Rescue hopes to educate the public to acquire their companion animals through reputable breeders or better yet, from shelters and rescue groups across the country. Please support the efforts on NMDR, by volunteering or making a donation at http://www.milldogrescue.org/

About Dogington Post:
DogingtonPost.com was created for the love of dogs. It promises a forum of informative articles, newsworthy dog stories, health and breed information, and heartwarming videos. The site addresses current issues affecting dogs and their human parents – from serious health concerns to lifestyle issues on feeding, grooming and the overall well-being and mental health of dogs. It is the Internet newspaper, all about dogs.

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