Helping the most vulnerable
Helping the most vulnerable
White Whiskers Aging Pet Care for providing free acupuncture and laser treatments for our dogs.
Earthwise Pet Supplies, which conducted two in-store donation cycles for us and has donated many pounds of treats.
Professional photographer John Morgan, who has, since the beginning, taken beautiful and soulful photos of each of The Old Mutt Hut dogs as they arrived.
Pet Pantry for their generous donation of dog food to our old guys.
Bon Pet Supply for a great donation of dog products for our yard sale.
Pet Supplies Plus and Kneaders Bakery for terrific raffle baskets for our fundraiser at Goat Patch.
Pet Pantry on Academy Boulevard, which donated a beautiful basket for us to raffle at our Cinco de Doggo fundraiser at Rilea’s Pub.
LexisNexis employees past and present who arrived en masse May 11 for LexisNexis Cares Day and spent hours painting (several rooms) and clearing out more than a trailer load of tumbleweed and brush.
O’Briens Carpet and Flooring, which donated 2,000 square feet of durable vinyl flooring.
Retired contractor and avid renovator Bob Hadley and Pat Topping, who have each donated dozens and dozens of hours of labor, laying floors, fixing things, schlepping things, building things, painting and advising, and the list just keeps growing.
Rilea’s Irish Pub, which shifted gears for an afternoon and tossed a Cinco de Mayo fundraiser fiesta — complete with taco bar — which resulted in our raising more than $1,300.
Liz Cobb and Jerry Cobb, ERA Shields Realtors, who have purchased more than 2,000 T-shirts with our logo for our hard-working volunteers.
Rhino’s Sports Pub, scene of a great St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser. The owners donated to us 50 percent of food/drinks sales during a three-hour period! More than 100 folks showed up.
Laurel Prudhomme, Colorado Springs graphic artist extraordinaire, who created our logo.
LexisNexis volunteers (again), who orchestrated and staffed our first successful yard sale and presented grants to us and continue to support us in many ways.
Wag ‘n’ Wash, for two stuffed-full donated doggie gift baskets for our raffle in September.
David and Caroline Nelson of Lost Canyon Woodworks for our custom woodwork donation box.
Bentley’s Pet Stuff, which donated a great basket of dog items for our St. Patrick’s raffle.
Web designer fantastique Thomas Laird for our inaugural, and new, creative and easy-to-navigate webpage.
Rescued Hearts Boutique, terrific Colorado Springs nonprofit that makes cash grants to area rescue groups, forits donation of various overstocked dog products from the shop; and co-founder Linda Hoover for stacks of gently used towels and other necessities.
Supporter Scott Hutson, for two donation boxes, one with lights!
Longtime journalist Tim Kelly, who came up with our name.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your bright ideas! As you can see from the list above, there are endless ways to make a difference in the lives of our senior dogs.
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