2020 Dog Park Calendars Now on Sale

2020 Dog Park Calendars Now on Sale


So many of the people who visit our dog parks,
who are dog park members, have used the humane society or have adopted animals. We thought that this would be a great opportunity
for us give back to the community, to give back to the Will County Humane Society and
to celebrate the people who enjoy the forest preserve dog parks. This place particularly has been around for
about 50 years. It is Will County’s oldest no-kill shelter
in the area. It can house anywhere from 60 cats or so and
about 35 dogs. We take them in, whether it’s owner surrenders,
or strays, or transports from other facilities that are due to euthanize them. We give them all of the medical care that
they need, the vetting, spay and neuter, make sure they’re all microchipped. It’s all donation-based funding, we don’t
get government funding of any kind, so it’s the community itself that really keeps this
place running. Each calendar is $15, $5 of that covers the
taxes, the shipping and the production costs, and $10 goes directly to the humane society. We think it’s a great opportunity to raise
funds for the humane society and support their important work that they’re doing for our
Will County community. Annually, we’re just at about just under
400 animals that get adopted out from this facility, which is an awesome number and that
number gradually climbs the more we can get ourselves out there.

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