When you buy items from the iHeartDogs store, some of the profit goes to Greater Good Charities, an organization that helps lots of animals in need. Greater Good Charities’ GOODS Program donates healthy food and other essential supplies to shelters and rescues that need them. Those food donations can save the lives of dogs like Bo and Luke Duke.
Bo and Luke Duke are two adorable Chiweenies who were born into a home that had way too many animals. The owners of the home didn’t have enough resources to take care of all their pets, but luckily, Friends with Four Paws of Oklahoma City was able to take them in.
At the rescue, these two little dogs got access to food and proper veterinary care, allowing them to become happier and healthier. So far, they’re thriving in their new environment.
“They are both in a wonderful foster home and very loved and spoiled. There is no doubt that they will get adopted quickly as soon as they are adoption ready!” Friends with Four Paws wrote.
Your Donations Helped These Chiweenies
Friends with Four Paws is one of the many organizations that received healthy food donations from the GOODS Program. Those donations help ensure that all the animals in the rescue’s care are fed. Without having to worry about buying food, the rescue can save up their funds for other areas of care, such as medical needs.
“Thanks to your donations we are able to continue saving fur babies like these two Chiweenie puppies, who came to us instead of going to the pound or even worse being euthanized. Thanks to your support, we are able to provide the public other options than the pound,” wrote Friends with Four Paws.
Every time you purchase products from the iHeartDogs store, dogs like Bo and Luke Duke get second chances at life. With these life-changing donations, dogs are more likely to find loving forever homes. So, thank you to all the heroes who have shopped at iHeartDogs to help animals in need.
Shop & Give Back!
The following products provide quality dog food for shelters and rescues, helping them reserve more of their precious funds for medical expenses, supplies, and spreading the word about their adoptable pups. Learn more.