Dog-Harmony’s 2018 was a big year for education and growth. We moved into our new building and expanded our ties within the community. Some of our highlights from 2018 were:
- Moved into our new headquarters and education facility
- Held our first Humane Education Symposium, inviting 20 area animal rescue workers to attend at no charge
- Assisted over 50 people with low-cost spay and neuter services
- Held our first Kids & Canines Camp at our new facility
- Created an alliance with Pets Behave, LLC and Alaqua Animal Refuge to educate the public about the dangers of shock collars
- Trained and adopted out 30 dogs with a 100% placement success rate
We hope to continue our growth within the community and have another extraordinary year in 2019. As always we thank our community partners and volunteers for helping us reach our goals.
Read about our new partnership with Residence Inn in this article by SWal Life…
As a certified, professional dog trainer, Nancy Brown knows a thing or two about her furry friends.
After graduating from the Animal Behavior College in Santa Clara, California, she worked with various dog-owning clients who, for one reason or another, expressed a need to find a home for their dogs. She then worked with animal rescue operations and saw that many animals were simply being regurgitated through the system…. Read more
Dog-Harmony has its own wine! Interested in taking some home for the holidays? You can get the wine if you are 21 years or older and have signed up for a monthly donation of $20+.
To sign up for a monthly donation, please visit our “Donate” tab, select “Donate Online Now” and checked the “make this a monthly donation” box while filling out your information.
Contact Nancy at (850) 376-4190 or email@example.com
for more details.
*Note: We are not selling the wine.*