Dog Daddy RescueDogDaddy is a non-profit animal welfare group that seeks to teach dog owners the value of properly loving, nurturing, and caring for their canine friends. It works with top breeders, clinical and holistic veterinarians, nutritionists, trainers, and herbalists to help pet owners with caring for their tail-wagging friends.

It started out as an information clearinghouse for dog lovers. They have created and hosted high profile dog adoption events regionally which supported various local and national rescues and shelters. Today, it takes pride in its DogDaddy Festival—a special event which combines entertainment, food, shopping, educational booths, guest lecturers, dog adoption, and so much more.

The group is also an advocate of spay and neuter as a way of solving the problem of animal overpopulation in communities. In line with this, it urges people to support this cause through donating to organizations like Seer Farms, the American Bulldog Rescue, Pet Finder, Coast to Coast Dachsund Rescue, Lu-Lu’s Rescue, National Greyhound Adoption Program, The Trenton Bureau of Animal Control, Pinups for Pitbulls, Pet Connect, Rescue Ink, SAY Rescue, and Brookline Labrador Retriever Rescue.

The organization can be reached through email at dave@dogdaddy.org as well as through phone at (800) 511-7618. Inquiries can also be sent through filling out the form HERE.

To find out more about this group, please visit their website at http://dogdaddy.org.

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