BAD RAP LogoTHE UNIVERSE INVITES US TO DINNER…

While working on two separate pet projects, Be the Change for Animals (BTC) and Bark Out Loud Weekly (BOLW), I got an email from The Honest Kitchen (THK), makers of dehydrated, human-grade whole foods for dogs and cats, saying they’ll donate a percentage of this month’s online proceeds to BAD RAP, the organization responsible for evaluating, rescuing and rehabilitating the dogs from the Michael Vick case. And, THK will double their donation if they reach 40K Facebook followers by the end of March. Like The Honest Kitchen’s Facebook Page to support BAD RAP. Seriously. It’s that easy!

The Honest Kitchen LogoA TASTY BOWL OF ALPHABET SOUP

So, BOLW just interviewed Donna Reynolds and Tim Racer, the down-to-earth co-founders of BAD RAP and released the podcast on Friday, the same day I got word of THK’s BAD RAP donation. And THK’s donation campaign fits perfectly with BTC’s mission to take action for animals in need by spending just a few moments and never a cent. Not only that, but Amy and I, co-founders of BTC, serve all our dogs from THK and are members of The Honest Kitchen’s Allies Program, receiving discounts on the THK nutritional, human grade dog food we already feed our animals.

Why not blend these tasty treats together into a single serve initiative?
Well, we did … and for such a great cause!

THE GOOD WORK OF BAD RAP’S PIT BULL EDUCATION

BAD RAP, co-founded by Donna Reynolds and Tim Racer, has been instrumental in the evaluation, rescue and  rehabilitation of the dogs in the Michael Vick case, providing vision and hope for these dogs as well as many other dogs from high-profile federal dog fighting arrests. They also rescue pit bulls, teach award-winning classes in the San Francisco Bay Area and support rescues nationwide.

Bark Out Loud WeeklyLET’S DINE TOGETHER, SHALL WE?

  • Chat Live with Donna and Tim of BAD RAP on Bark Out Loud Weekly, March 14, 9:15 PM EST! Chat space is limited to the first 100 people so get there on time!

BAD RAP ON PBS: NEED TO KNOW

Watch this well produced piece, “The dogs are alright: The Vick dogs make a comeback,” about the Michael Vick case and BAD RAP’s instrumental role in picking up the pieces.

Please spread the word today. Everyone who has worked so hard to support BAD RAP thanks you, as do the dogs that you help!