- T2F provides financial assistance to animals, charities, and pet owners facing hardship emergency veterinary bills
- T2F provides information and funding for spay/neuter programs to reduce euthanasia caused by over-population, unwanted, and homeless pets
- T2F incorporates eco-friendly business practices through various recycling initiatives
- T2F is proud to collaborate with and support other animal welfare and advocacy organizations
- 100% of profits benefit animals in need, various community programs, and the earth
Tails To Freedom, Inc. (“T2F”) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to raising awareness of the protection of animals and the environment. Through humane education and financial assistance services, we strive to make a positive impact in our local, national, and international communities.
We need YOUR help to pass HB 1579 (originally "Andrew's Bill")
PLEASE take a moment of your time to call and email your own State Senator plus these 5 Senators:
Senator Russell Prescott:(603) 271-2111 firstname.lastname@example.org Chairman
Senator Bob O'Dell:(603) 271-2609 email@example.com Vice Chairman
Senator Jeb Bradley:(603) 271-2106 firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator Martha Fuller Clarke:(603) 271-3076 email@example.com
Senator Jeff Woodburn:(603) 271-3067 firstname.lastname@example.org
DON'T FORGET YOUR OWN SENATOR TOO!
Here is a direct link to more information and ways you can help advocate for our furry friends: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/A-Note-from-the-NH-Citizens-Against-Trapping.html?soid=1116210933802&aid=u8hHVshUvm8
THANK YOU kindly for all your help, friends; we appreciate your undying love and support! <3
Do you know what to do when your pet is injured or ill?
Do you know the signs of heat stroke or hypothermia?
What would you do if your pet was poisoned or choking?
If you would like to learn about Pet First Aid & CPR, then join Lucky Dog Team Members on March 9th @ noon for a class presented by Healthy Pets NH on how to do just that.
This fun and informative class, being held at The Granite YMCA in Manchester, will teach you the answers to all of these questions, as well as how to do Rescue Breathing and CPR on your pet.
Not only will you learn valuable information, you will also be raising money for Granite State Dog Recovery, a NH based non-profit that reunites lost pets with their families.
To register, call 603-674-1176 or go to www.healthypetsnh.com, click on Contact Us and put GSDR in the Comment line. Registration is $65.00 per person with $20.00 of every registration going back to GSDR. Each participant gets a workbook, two certificates and an emergency muzzle to keep.
You can also view Healthy Pets' FB Page for more details.