Hello and welcome to Daisy’s Bark! A monthly newsletter on what’s going on at Daisy’s Dog Collars along with fun and interesting topics. It’s been one year since Daisy’s Dog Collars has launched, and what a year it’s been! From all the positive responses and photos sent in to the donations made for Daisy’s Cause, we are truly thankful for everyone’s support.
For those of you who don’t know who or what Daisy’s Dog Collars is, here’s the short version. Daisy is a dog we rescued. She’s an Australian Shepherd, Catahoula, Staffy mix. Daisy is very friendly and loves to play with other dogs. The seashell collars are handmade with all natural materials and they can be worn with or without your pet’s current collar. Here comes the best part…we donate Five Dollars a Collar to animal rescue organizations, quarterly. It’s called Daisy’s Cause. I’m Daisy’s mom, Theresa. I’ve been an animal activist for as long as I can remember, bringing home anything from frogs & turtles to cats & dogs. I’m a realtor and a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Daisy, work and rehabbing keep me very busy.
Our first Daisy’s Cause was the Monmouth County SPCA located in Eatontown NJ. We fundraised from April 1st through June 30th, 2022. Our second Daisy’s Cause was the Associated Humane Society in Tinton Falls NJ, where we fundraised from July 1st through September 30th, 2022.
Our third Daisy’s Cause was for Pitties & Pals located in Jackson NJ. It’s a non-profit bully breed rescue that saves other breeds, as well. They rely strictly on donations and fosters. Fostering is the most effective way to reduce overcrowding in shelters, thus preventing killings and opening space for more animals to be saved. Though our website daisysdogcollars.com is always open for orders, as newbies, Daisy’s Dog Collars makes most of their earning s from arts & craft shows and festivals. This past winter was a little tough with the lack of events. We decided to continue to fundraise for Pitties & Pals through the first quarter of the new year.
Our 4th and current Daisy’s Cause is Marty’s Place Senior Dog Sanctuary located in Upper Freehold NJ. They provided a safe, loving and protected environment for senior dogs that do not have homes. We’ll be fundraising for Marty’s Place from April 1st through June 30th. The rescue organizations are chosen by your suggestions on our website, daisysdogcollars.com, where you can email us through our Contact page.
We hope you enjoyed this newsletter and we’ll keep you updated next month. For more information on fostering rescues, check out Daisy’s Blog at daisysdogcollars.com. Thank you again for your support. With Gratitude, Daisy’s Dog Collars