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  • Rescue Me Dog Compressed T-shirt Donation Gift

    Posted by Admin at Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008.

    A donation of $50 or more now and receive our exclusive limited edition Rescue Me Dog compressed T-shirt.

    When you make a tax-deductible* donation of $50 or more you can receive one of our exclusive limited edition Rescue Me Dog compressed T-shirts. Manufactured in the U.S., our Rescue Me Dog compressed Tee will arrive shaped in the form of our logo and packaged in our custom gift box.**

    You will be shipped your compressed Tee within two weeks after we receive your donation.

    We thank you for your generous support.

    Please provide the information below to make your donation and select your T-shirt size.

    Billing Address
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    My Donation: $

     

    Choose your T-shirt size:

    (If you would like to simply make a donation, select donation only.)

    You will be asked for your shipping address during checkout


    *Contributions to Rescue Me Dog are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. In exchange for your donation of $50 or more, you will receive our limited edition compressed Tee valued at $14.50. Your donation is tax-deductible less the amount of $14.50 for one limited edition compressed Tee.

    If you wish to make a gift, for each donation of $50.00 or more your recipient will receive one limited edition compressed Tee that will be shipped out within two weeks after receiving your donation.

    If you have any questions about making a donation in honor of a special person or animal, please call us at 888.777.0071 or send us an email at donations@rescuemedog.org

    ** You will receive a compressed Tee, shrink-wrapped under tremendous pressure, in the solid custom shape of our Rescue Me Dog Logo.

    WANT TO USE THIS ARTICLE? You can, as long as you include the following, complete statement and a link back to the original article:

    http://rescuemedog.org/dog-blog/rescue-me-dog-compressed-t-shirt-donation-gift/

    Written by Janine Allen CPDT, Rescue Me Dog's professional dog trainer. Janine's passion is working with people and their dogs. She provides demonstrations for those who have adopted shelter dogs, lends email support to adopted dog owners that need information beyond our Training Support Pages, and aids shelter staff and volunteers in understanding dog behavior to increase their adoptability. Copyright 2017 Rescue Me Dog; www.rescuemedog.org

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    Comments(19)

    19 Responses to “Rescue Me Dog Compressed T-shirt Donation Gift”

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      Anyway, keep on with nice work!

    9. Lisa Howell Says:

      I agree with Bobby Pitt 1000%. I am involved with dog rescue groups where I live, and I know that most of the people who give up their dogs for adoption do not have a clue about how to train them. A well-trained dog is a joy, while an untrained dog can be a nightmare. But please remember, dogs are very intelligent and they learn very quickly. Just because a dog’s original owner did not take the time to train it, does not mean that it cannot be trained. Rescued dogs usually are the easiest to train because they appreciate their new owner and their new home sooo much. Not to mention, buying a pup from a pet shop probably means you are supporting puppy mills. Rescued dogs make the best pets, no doubt. They just need the chance to prove it.

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    17. Thomas Says:

      Yes, What a great article. I really like that you give us the opportunity to use it. I have a dog blog as well. I think my visitors might find this just as interesting. Thanks again and keep up the great work.

    18. Caini Vedeta Donation Says:

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    19. Eric Says:

      Thank You for supporting our animals.They are loved. Keep up the good work. Thank You Eric

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