The Real Dog Moms of Chicago give a bark about helping homeless Chicago dogs. We know you do, too. That’s why we are working hard to help One Tail at a Time fundraise to pay for the mortgage and renovations for their new Isolation (ISO) Center. The ISO Center will be used to house dogs that come from local shelters (Chicago Animal Care & Control and Animal Welfare League Wabash) that have endemic contagious shelter diseases requiring animals to be quarantined once rescued. Their goal is to raise $350,000.
We thought it might be great to show you around some of our perk partners. Help you know why we’ve worked together to create these cost savings.
After touring Pooch Hotel Lincoln Park, our gracious photographer told me how amazing the tour was and how back when they looking for a facility to bring their pup she felt turned off by places that weren’t transparent. I asked her if she would be interested in writing a blog about how this tour made her feel. Here is her description and experience behind the scenes with us at PHLP!
From the moment you walk into Pooch Hotel Lincoln Park, what is abundantly clear is that they LOVE dogs. Not only is that their philosophy but it is exuded from the two women who have graciously opened the doors to give us a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility.
You may have see on our website that we have a page called “Lending Paws.” On that page you can find a few local NFPs that rescue dogs/cats/rabbits and find ways to get involved outside of physically volunteering. We have also listed ways to donate financially or through things like Amazon wish-lists.
It’s 9:30 AM on a Friday morning, and second-grade teacher Erica Rodriguez is setting up her classroom. The anticipation in the room is high – lots of excited wiggles and wide smiles color the landscape of her classroom. As students put on their nametags, they can hear their volunteers near and immediately get into the SitStayRead ready position. Along with the whispers from the hallway, there’s another sound that echoes among the school halls – paws walking on the tile and tags jingling from a secure collar.
Somewhere down the road you may have seen or heard how much senior dogs mean to Lindy & me. Our dream is to some day open a Senior Sanctuary. Until that day, we love supporting rescues such as Newman Nation: Senior Pets United. Our August recipient of the month from our co-hosted events at Mutt Jackson. We are so excited to introduce you to them and you can meet them at Mutt Jackson on August 25th from 9-11am when they host their mini pop up!