Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Frankie, the Walk ‘N Roll Dog to Help West Virginia Dachshunds

Frankie, the Walk ‘N Roll Dog and her mom, Barbara Techel will be donating a percent of book sales for the month of September to Dachshund Rescue of North America. DRNA has taken in 138 dachshunds from nearly 1,000 dogs (mostly dachshunds) rescued from West Virginia’s largest puppy mill bust in history.
A story from The Washington Post wrote, “Frankie's eyes drooped with fatigue. With grimy fur and nails a half-inch long, he wobbled on his paws after apparently spending most of his life in a wire cage in a West Virginia puppy mill.” Barbara said, “My heart is so heavy with sorrow when I read about Frankie and what he has had to endure. My Frankie and I just have to reach out to try and help.”
Frankie, the Walk ‘N Roll Dog teaches compassion and overcoming challenges through her story and compassion is what all these dogs need now more than anything…. And our help, whether through donations, adoption or helping with transports. If you know of anyone looking for a gift for their children or grandchildren, for birthdays or the holidays, Frankie’s book is one of the best life lessons you can teach your little ones. At the same time you will be instilling in them what compassion is all about by having a portion of your book sale donated to the dachshunds that desperately need our help right now.
To purchase a copy of Frankie, the Walk ‘N Roll Dog, or find out more, please visit Together, furry friends and humans can make a loving, compassionate difference.

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