Daisy's Cause

Helping to Support Animal Rescue Organizations

At Daisy’s Dog Collars, our values are written into our mission and embodied in Daisy’s Cause. Our initiative is raising awareness and funds for animal shelters and rescue organizations each quarter.

Our Current Cause

Our current cause is H.A.L.O. No Kill Animal Shelter in Sabastian FL. Below is their mission:

H.A.L.O. No-Kill Rescue was created in 2006 with a mission to create a NO-KILL safe haven for abused and abandoned animals in Indian River County. We believe in a community where there are no more homeless pets and that together we can eliminate the killing of companion animals. For over a decade, H.A.L.O. has advocated for our community’s pets, paved the way for no-kill rescue, and reduced euthanasia by 92%!

What sets H.A.L.O. apart from other shelters is that we go to extraordinary measures to provide support for the at-risk pets in our community. We will NEVER euthanize based on age, space, medical needs, or behavioral issues. Our commitment to save lives does not carry a time limit or price tag and we aim to provide exemplary quality of care and meet combined behavioral and medical needs. Once an animal walks through our doors, we make a pledge to provide them with the physical, emotional, and medical care needed until a fur-ever home is found.

We depend on animals for everything including unconditional love and H.A.L.O. ensures they can depend on us in return.

For more information please visit https://www.homefreeanimalrescue.com/

Why your support is important

Do you know about 3.1 million dogs and 3.2 million cats enter animal shelters yearly, and over a million are killed in the US due to a lack of space in the shelter? Only about one out of every ten dogs born find permanent homes. What’s more, homeless and neglected animals outnumber homeless people by 5:1. When a dog becomes homeless, it loses access to care, love, shelter, food, and veterinary care.

Do you know most of these animals become homeless for no fault of their own? These loving cats and dogs often end up on the streets due to owners’ illness, housing issues, changes in the owner’s financial condition, unplanned litter, or health issues that the owners fail to manage. These poor animals need all the help they can get to overcome the ill fate of homelessness and find a loving home. Please support them by purchasing one of our beautiful pet collars.

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