I love dogs. I mean, really love dogs. Do you?
I’m the type of person who crosses the street just to get a better look, and maybe a few belly rubs, when I see a dog out and about. There’s just something about a dog that speaks to my heart.
Can you relate?
Here at TruDog, our mission is to help dogs live longer, healthier, happier lives. That’s why we strive to provide the highest quality nutrition for your dog so they can lead a long and happy life with you for years to come.
You go to the local animal shelter to adopt a new puppy and spend some serious time getting to know each young dog- hoping to find one that has that special connection and calls to your heart. But instead, you find mostly older dogs, lost, lonely, scared, confused… maybe even angry at their current situation. Can you blame them? They’ve lived a life of devotion to their families only to find themsleves in a place no dog ever wants to be-abandoned in a shelter.
And it gets even worse if you’re a senior dog who has even more severe health complications and no one there to care or help…
You seem like you’re un-adoptable, un-loveable.
That’s Tiger’s story and it touched me so much that I want to share it with you.
He’s a 14-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel let go by his former pet parents due to an unfortunate disagreement with their landlord.
Tiger has many health issues: a mass on his eye, significant dental disease, heart murmur, neck pain, and high levels of liver enzymes. Most of these complications will require surgery and medications which MuttVille, a Senior Dog Rescue organization, cannot afford.
The TruDog team has been moved by Tiger’s story and has partnered with GreaterGood.Org to create a support fund for him. Just shop as usual at the TruDog Store and a portion of every sale will go to help pay for Tiger’s care!
Thanks to a partnership with Greater Good, a portion of all proceeds from your purchase will go to help get Tiger the care he needs – thanks for helping this loving soul! Helping Tiger is easy, and you get yummy goodness for your own dog in the process. If you don’t see Tiger as un-adoptable or un-loveable, let your voice be heard with a donation to support his care and adoption.