Every time you buy products from the iHeartDogs store, part of that profit goes to Greater Goods Charities, an organization that helps lots of dogs in need. Greater Good Charities’ GOODS Program donates food and other essential supplies to animal shelters and rescues. Those donations can be life-saving for some animals, such as a former stray named Jennings.
Pups and Promises, an animal rescue organization in Oklahoma, found Jennings as an injured stray. He had an wounded neck and an abscess under his chin. His body condition score was the lowest possible, so he was just skin and bones. The rescue had no idea what his past was like, but it was clear that he had a rough life.
As Pups and Promises cared for Jennings, the dog’s health improved and he grew into a healthy adult. Once he healed from his damaged neck, he became a more confident dog, allowing his sweetness and intelligence to shine through.
Jennings has since been adopted into a wonderful home where he can thrive. He even gets to go to work with his new mom!
You Helped Save Jennings!
One of the reasons Pups and Promises was able to take care of Jennings is because they receive food donations from the GOODS Program. With those donations, they no longer have to worry about spending money on meals. Instead, they can focus their funds on other areas of care, such as medical needs, which allows them to take in more rescue animals.
“We were able to provide great food that was perfect for his breed. Eukanuba Large Breed Puppy helped him gain weight and get the proper nutrition to heal from his injuries,” Pups and Promises wrote. “Pups and Promises is a very small rescue and we would never have been able to afford his care without this program.”
If you shop at the iHeartDogs store, you’re helping dogs like Jennings get a second chance at life. These purchases help fund food and other essential supplies that can be a game-changer for animal rescues. So, thank you to all the heroes who have bought products to help dogs in need!
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