Freedom Fences has been hard at work freeing dogs on a regular basis. Volunteers are always needed, and anyone ready to help should keep the following details in mind.
According to recent postings by Freedom Fences, February 16, 2013 will be the next time several dogs will be unchained in different locations. If you wonder how they do all of this in such a limited amount of time and think it is time to get involved, use email@example.com to ask questions.
Those interested in helping Freedom Fences may find February 16, 2013, to be the perfect day to learn what the group does by participating. This group includes volunteers who have jobs elsewhere during the week.
This information is from the Facebook page of Freedom Fences and might be just what someone needs to know to get them involved:
We are a group of volunteers who have a passion for animals, especially dogs living chained 24/7. We provide FREEDOM FENCES for dogs living chained whose families demonstrate financial hardship (at/below the Federal Poverty level).
Also from their Facebook Page:
Chained dogs are everywhere and we are TIRED of it. We are a group of concerned citizens that work hard to promote a bond between a dog and his owner. We seek to educate people on being responsible pet owners by informing them of the danger of chaining. We provide a 600 sq ft fence, all vaccinations, and require that the dog be spayed or neutered. Together we will make a difference.
Ready to learn what Freedom Fences does for dogs and their owners by volunteering? Remember to contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
To view more details about Freedom Fences and all they do, from bringing straw for dogs to placing dog houses and fences, visit their site. Those not able to volunteer will find it is easy to donate to Freedom Fences online using a PayPal account, as well as credit cards.