Who Rescued Who?

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.

 RDMoC has joined their small biz committee and pledged an ambitious goal of raising $10,000 for them by the end of the year. We have a series of fun monthly events planned for you and your pups to help raise these funds. Our first event is our One Heckin’ Year Celebration!! Join us for a 2 hour event at One Tail at a Time’s Adoption Center. Light food and drinks provided, cute adoptables running around your feet, and a sweet swag bag with items from our perks partners and other local vendors.

We have also created an Instagram-worthy “Who Rescued Who” bandana. Who doesn’t love a good adoption or rescue story? Purchase your bandana today and post to social media with your story of how you or your dog were rescued!! We’ll be featuring a new rescue story weekly so get creative with your pictures and posts!! Did we mention that 100% of bandana sales go towards our ISO Center campaign? Get in on the movement and post with #RDMOCWhoRescuedWho.

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Let’s raise the roof on this ISO Center!!! Dads are always welcome to join, too!

1 comment

  • Terese Hiltner

    I loved these stories! They let me know that the world is filled with good people who care about helping the poor animals.