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Mud Bay collecting donations for puppy mill victims

February 14th, 2009 · No Comments

Mud Bay Granary at Greenwood and 82nd is collecting donations to help out the more than 600 dogs that have been rescued from suspected puppy mills in Skagit and Snohomish counties in the last month.

All donations will be given to Saving Pets One at a Time (SPOT), a rescue organization in Skagit County, which is currently providing care for the majority of the rescued dogs. The most needed items are:

Cash (donations can also be made online); dog and puppy food (preferred types: dry food-Canidae, Natural Balance, Nutro Ultra lamb/rice small bites, NutraNuggets Puppy (Costcos’ Kirkland brand); wet food-Natural Balance); crates, all sizes, wire and plastic; kennels and exercise pens of all sizes); dishes, stainless steel preferable, but anything easily sanitized; toys; small collars and leashes; beds/towels/blankets/crate pads; bleach and paper towels; potty pads; Advantage/Frontline flea treatments.

Bring donations to Mud Bay Granary at 8211 Greenwood Ave. N. or Seattle Natural Veterinary Center at 6500 8th Ave. NW, in Ballard.

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