Dog adoption with Steve Cochran & Steve Dale (I somehow think I lose my top Steve billing) on WGN Radio, Tuesday April 28, 8:35AM with Dr. Robyn Barbiers, president Anti Cruelty Society of Chicago. Listen or watch HERE. To adopt, contact the Anti Cruelty Society or me, at Steve@SteveDale.tv.
Any why not adopt? Poppie is only 3 1/2 years old, delightful Maltese given up only because his people are moving out of the country. If it was me – I wouldn’t move. But this may be your gain. Poppie can be yours – and I hope you do adopt.
Bark in the Park Goes Virtual – I-Bark in the Park. as the Anti Cruelty Society of Chicago has the courage to stand up and do the right thing. Due to the canine influenza virus (dog flu) epidemic, Bark in the Park has been cancelled in the park – but the event will now be held virtually.
According to the website, the virtual I-Bark in the Park has a goal of raising $185,000 for Chicago’s homeless dogs, and cats. Wrong! I want you to help them to hit $200,000. Or better to sail beyond.
We can do this. The Anti Cruelty Society’s Bark in the Park has been going for 20 years (I’ve helped to emcee the event for most of the past 10 years). This is the biggest fundraiser for the shelter, but instead of attempting to hold their breath and and do Bark in the Park anyway, leadership did the right thing – even if it means losing dollars and wonderful PR that goes right along with the event. It’s the right thing to do because at this moment, the dog flu epidemic in Chicago continues.
Please help me to help them to make up those dollars. I know how many readers and listeners I have….If all of you (even if you are not in the Chicago area) gave $10 – that might sail them right into or beyond that $200,000 range.
The great thing about this year’s virtual event – you won’t be tempted by the free donuts often given away in park, and you sure don’t have to worry about stepping in doggy…*&#*%*.
REGISTER HERE – that is all there is to it.