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    Pet Wellbeing Rescues the Rescues Donation Update: Sea Paws Rescue

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    Pet Wellbeing is Rescuing the Rescues! Starting this summer, we have sent supplement donations to rescue organizations across North America to support the health & wellness of animals in need. We plan to share some of these organizations with our blog readers to spread the word and celebrate the good work they are doing.

    Being based in Canada, it was great to connect with one of our first nominations in the Great White North. Sea Paws Rescue in Toronto, Ontario saves the lives of dogs all over Canada and help pups overseas in the Caribbean, too.  And they are just getting started! We are proud to support Sea Paws Rescue with a donation of stress, skin allergy, joint, parasite, and nutritional support for their rescue pups. 

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    Sea Paws Rescue was founded in 2020 by two animal lovers dedicated to saving the lives of neglected and stray animals. They work hand-in-hand rescuing and rehoming animals across Canada from multiple shelters around the globe. Spending their time volunteering for several years, fostering 50+ pups between the two of them, the pair decided to formalize their partnership when Covid 19 hit and Sea Paws was born!

    To help end pet homelessness, Sea Paws partners with animal welfare organizations across Canada and the Caribbean: 

    • K9 Advocates Manitoba
    • Muscat Dog Adoption
    • The Bahamas Humane Society
    • The Humane Society of Durham Region
    • The Toronto Humane Society 
    • Cayman Islands Humane Society

    Founders Briana and Natasha met volunteering for Potcake Puppy Palace, a shelter based in the Bahamas, which is where they got both of their pups, Winston and Sadie - who are siblings and the inspiration behind Sea Paws!

    You can help by nominating your favorite organization for a donation today! 👇🏻

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