Pet Food Drives
The 3rd Annual Dogdaddy Festival , Sunday September 9th, 2012. From 10:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M.
If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man." Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson," 1894.
CALLING ALL DOGS AND THEIR HUMAN PALS'!!! 2nd ANNUAL DOGDADDY.ORG FOOD DRIVE KICKS OFF AT THE LAMBERTVILLE-NEW HOPE WINTER FESTIVAL 2012
NEW HOPE, PA – January 5th, 2012, www.DogDaddy.org, a fundraising website dedicated to the health, happiness and well-being of dogs and their humans, kicks of their second annual dog food drive at the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival held on January 28th, 2012. 100% of proceeds and donations will support the Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry (www.fishermansmark.org/). DogDaddy is involved with the local food pantry to feed the dogs of people in financial distress whose only other option is to give their dogs up for adoption to local rescues or shelters.
Dogdaddy dog food drive bins as well as Fishermans Mark food drive bins will be stationed at local area markets from New Hope Pa., to FLemington N.J. River Signs of Lambertville N.J. and ALLIED Waste of Souderton along with Dogdaddy.org are sponsoring this food drive benefitting Fishermans Mark ..Fishermans Mark is a non - profit entity and all donations are tax deductible.
According to Dave Decker, President Dogdaddy.org.inc. “we here at DogDaddy believe that with the help of dog food drives, we can help to prevent people in financial distress from being forced to surrender their dogs.”
The Winter Festival Parade will host the DogDaddy float sponsored by River Signs LLC (www.riversigns.net) of Lambertville. The “Sled Dog” themed float will feature AKC registered sled dogs that work with special needs children. Their names are Sassie, Gracie and Precious.
All dogs and their humans are invited to join the Winter Festival Parade on January 28th, starting at 12:00 noon at the New Hope-Solebury High School and continuing down Bridge Street into Lambertville. Don’t forget to bring collapsible bowls, plenty of water and wipes to remove road salts from your best friend’s paws.
DogDaddy is involved with local shelters to feed the dogs of people in financial distress whose only other option is to give their dogs up for adoption to local rescues or shelters. We here at Dogdaddy feel that if there is any possibility of delaying or possibly stopping people in financial distress from giving their dogs up, then it is a worthy cause to either donate dog food or money to purchase these foods in order to feed the Dogs in peril.
DogDaddy will post donation locations for dog food contributions on their website. www.dogdaddy.org. Click on the pet food drives link. ALL types of pet foods are encouraged. Money to purchase dog foods can be pledged online by clicking on the Fishermans Mark link on the Dogdaddy pet food drive page. Donation bin locations are: First National Bank of Newtown, New Hope Branch, The Giant food store located in Logan Square, New Hope, Pa., River Signs of Lambertville, N.J., located on North Union St., and Shoprite food store of Flemington ,N.J. For more information,google www.dogdaddy.org. Volunteers in photo from left to right: Front row: Karen Rice, First National Bank of Newtown, (New Hope Branch, Gina Davio, Fishermans Mark food pantry, Lambertville, N.J., Jeanne Heath, First National bank of Newtown, (New Hope branch, Second row: Wendy Warren, River Signs, Lambertville,N.J., and Dave Decker ,DogDaddy Founder. Here is the link for a petfood and human food donation center near you.http://foodinbucks.org/.