Monday, November 14, 2016

PETA: A 'backyard dog' may not survive the winter


Posted By: PETA: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (campaign leader)

When an icy wind chills you to the bone this winter, imagine how that same frigid wind feels to a dog left alone outside.

Unlike you or me, neglected "backyard dogs" can't just throw on a coat or head indoors to warm up. They have no choice but to shiver through the freezing rain and snow, with little to protect them—and hope they'll survive another day.

You can help them. Become an "Angels for Animals" doghouse sponsor right now and provide a cold dog with some shelter from winter's worst.

For more than a decade, PETA's "Angels for Animals" program has provided "outdoor dogs" with desperately needed shelter to help them survive the cold winter months. Every PETA doghouse is built to last, giving dogs some protection during freezing winter nights and the long, sweltering-hot days of summer.

While every dog deserves to be treated like a member of the family and allowed to live indoors, nothing makes a bigger difference to a dog forced to live outside than a house in which to retreat from extreme weather. Each doghouse is delivered with straw for insulation, treats, and a toy—and attention and affection for a dog who may never have experienced a moment of kindness in his or her life.

Help change a dog's life TODAY by sponsoring a doghouse. Your tax-deductible gift could help a dog make it through the winter.

Thank you so much for your compassion for dogs and all other animals who are suffering.


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