Friday, July 23, 2010

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 The Anxiety Wrap(tm) Charity Foster Program
Animals Plus, LLC, makers of the Original Anxiety Wrap, does more than just donate a dollar. In addition to donating Anxiety Wraps and providing funding to shelters & other rescue groups, we also give our time, effort and skills. We spay, neuter, vaccinate, foster, train, and find great homes for countless numbers of all kinds of animals! And it’s all sponsored by Anxiety Wrap purchases!  This photo shows Roxie, the boxer, meeting her new family.  She was fostered by Susan Sharpe, inventor of The Anxiety Wrap, and was placed in a new home to be a companion for this young man with severe disabilities.

The Anxiety Wrap ends thunderstorm fear, separation anxiety, jumping and persistent barking by using the gentle methods of Maintained Pressure (first utilized by Temple Grandin) and Acupressure.  It's the only patented pressure wrap invented by a dog trainer and has been used by veterinarians, trainers, behaviorists and pet owners around the world for the past 9 years.  Featured on The Today Show, Animal Planet's "It's Me or the Dog" with trainer Victoria Stillwell and on Tracie Hotchner's "Dog Talk" SiriusXM radio show on the Martha Stewart Living channel.  www.anxietywrap.com.  877-652-1266.

Additional Info if there's space:
Our foster program includes housing the dog at our training facility where he/she joins doggie daycare for socialization and great exercise!  Daycare includes a 6-acre fenced field and an inside heated and air-conditioned area with 1-inch thick matting on the floor for health & safety.  At night our foster dogs either sleep in our office (therapeutic dog mattresses) or with the trainer who lives in our adjoining apartment, or they’re placed in the home of one of our trainers and/or skilled foster volunteers. Wherever the dog stays he/she is integrated into family life, including other dogs, cats, kids and more.

We’ve also fostered and found homes for cats and one bird, which was eventually released. Of course, there are far too many animals and only a small fraction of these are placed in good homes each year. Please be responsible by spaying or neutering your pet!

 

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