Puppy Love

WILLISTON, FL, UNITED STATES- Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs is pleased to announce the launch of the Puppy Love Campaign for the month of February. This campaign will benefit the organization’s mission of pairing veterans and first responders in need with lifesaving service dogs.

“The goal for the Puppy Love Campaign is to raise awareness. 2022 is a very significant year for our organization because 20 to 22 veterans a day take their life by suicide. And so, what we have decided to do at Guardian Angels is create a series of campaigns in 2022, with the goal of raising $2,022 during each campaign period,” said Chris Ann Phillips, Chief Administrative Officer at Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs.

Those who wish to contribute to the Puppy Love Campaign can make a monetary donation in an amount of their choice or can purchase a “Piece of Love” item such as a t-shirt, long-sleeved shirt, or hooded sweatshirt that features the Puppy Love Logo.

“We wanted to launch Puppy Love to draw awareness to Guardian Angels and our mission of pairing our veterans and first responders in need with a service dog. We love our veterans, and we love our first responders. People love their dogs, so it made sense to launch this campaign during the month of love, February,” said Phillips.

The Puppy Love campaign will run through February 28. For more information on this campaign or to donate visit: https://www.medicalservicedogs.org/shop/

Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs is a 501(C)3 headquartered in Florida that rescues, raises, trains, and then donates individually trained medical service dogs to veterans, first-responders and others who suffer from disabilities including PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, seizure and diabetic disorders, mobility issues and much more. Over the past 10 years, Guardian Angels has paired nearly 400 individually trained medical service dogs with recipients in 29 states and trained the #1 Service Dog in the US and the top American Dog Hero. With your help, that number can continue to grow. Visit our website at: www.MedicalServiceDogs.org to get involved or learn more.

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