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Man Eats Dog Food for One Month to help CCA and For Paws Hospice

October 1st, 2010 · No Comments

Update Bluffton SC, October 1, 2010 —

Lucky Dog Cuisine announces a unique charity fundraiser!

Dr. Janice Elenbaas, the driving force behind Lucky Dog Cuisine, is sponsoring an off-the-wall fundraiser for animal non-profit organizations. Her dog recently wrote a book called “Educating Humans” and all of the retail profits from that go to
animal charities.

She also has her husband Jeff eating nothing but Lucky Dog for the entire month of October to raise money and awareness for a couple of wonderful charities.

With one in four dogs now being diagnosed with cancer each year, the time has come to get more proactive. People just don’t realize the magnitude of the problem and the tie in with Lucky Dog’s philosophy is a natural. In Dr. Elenbaas words, “When we found we could help with such a great cause, we had to help.”

The For Paws Hospice connection is a little different. Hospice care for dogs is not a “sexy” charity. It provides guidance and support to individuals and animals at what is probably the low point of their lives. For Paws Hospice helps with things that no one ever thinks about. When a homeless person dies who had a dog, what happens to the dog? If it happens to be in the Tampa area, it probably ends up with For Paws Hospice. They have had dogs taken into homes that were in their late teens that had never been in a house before. They may be lesser known but they are a great group.

About Canine Cancer Awareness, Inc.

Canine Cancer Awareness raises funds that are distributed for veterinary care for dogs with cancer whose families are financially unable to provide treatment.

Make a donation in the name of Lucky Dog Cuisine:

About For Paws Hospice

For Paws Hospice is a not for profit referral service for pet owners in Pinellas County, FL. Like human hospice, we assist families coping with their companion animal’s life issues including shelter, nutrition, advocacy, illness and treatment, long term care and final arrangements for life closure.

About Lucky Dog Cuisine

Each of Lucky Dog’s five recipes is specially designed as a whole meal. It is easy to use, just thaw and serve! Along with their new grass fed beef flavors, they also offer their custom ground turkey option. Bugsy for CharityCalcium is provided by cheeses and yogurt, not egg shells or bone meal. A variety of vegetables are steamed in filtered water and pureed for easy digestion. The company even uses extra virgin olive oil to ensure no chemical processing. All ingredients are sourced from right here in the United States! There are absolutely no additives or preservatives, by-products or meat meals in any of the recipes. Real food with nothing artificial! These recipes are all tested by the South Carolina Dept. of Agriculture and by independent labs for quality and nutrition. “Our food is so good, you can eat it too!”

Lucky Dog Cuisine Inc. is based in Bluffton, South Carolina. Shipping can be arranged for delivery straight to the customer’s door. Visit the company website for details

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