Christmas Valley Before the Snowfall: Unchaining 10 sweet souls!   

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Saturday, October 01, 2022, 10:00am

Togo and his nine dog companions live in a trailer community in rural Christmas Valley. Togo and the others are either chained or caged during the day because there’s literally not enough room inside the trailer for all of them. A social worker and a small local humane society are assisting the family with spay and neuter and our role will be to build and provide 3 large fence structures with insulated dog houses to keep all dogs in safe, warm, and living chain free.

For Sally, Luna, Sage, Elsa, Phantom, Atticus, Ferris, Shadow, Odin, and Togo October 1st cannot come soon enough!

And, for their family, they are so grateful, happy tears flowing! They love their dogs so much. They are all they have and are family. They know they are not giving them what they need but they are doing what is within their means. So they are beyond happy to receive this gift of freedom and relief for the entire family!

Location: Christmas Valley, OR
Contact : La Donna Sullivan
Contact Email: ladonnasullivan@yahoo.com


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