JACKSONVILLE, FL. - Pet Paradise, an upscale pet boarding, day camp and grooming company, is now accepting 501(c)3 nominations for a chance to win a $10,000 donation.
Pet Paradise wants to help make a difference this summer by donating and raising awareness of U.S. charities through its third annual Life is Short, Make a Splash philanthropic campaign.
JACKSONVILLE, FL. - Pet Paradise, an upscale pet boarding, day camp and grooming company, plans to donate $10,000 to a local charity as a part of its third annual Life is Short, Make a Splash philanthropic campaign.
Pet Paradise kicked off the campaign with a Splash Bash contest at 19 resorts with pools to see which dogs could make the biggest splash on April 9.
Pet Paradise reached its goal of donating over $100,000 to more than 60 charities nationally through its Wacky Wednesday giving back program.
A $6,000 reward is now being offered by Crime Stoppers for information leading to the person/people responsible for severely injuring two puppies and then abadoning them at Pet Paradise Houston Hobby. If you know who may have have been responsible you can contact Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
A reward is being offered to help put a cruel puppy abuser behind bars. Crime Stoppers is now offering $6,000 for information leading to the suspect. The man was seen abandoning two boxes at Pet Paradise Houston Hobby last month. Witnesses found two tortured puppies inside the boxes. One of them later died from chemical burns. Her sister was left burned and blind. She's being cared for at Pet Paradise Resort where they've named her Noel Justice.