Contributors

 

Individual Contributors-Thank You From Us and the Poodles For Your Generosity and Caring!!!

  • Donna Hilley, with the help of her toy poodle Buddy, has personally spent much time in creating and then donating several beautiful small designer quilted blankets as well as made bandannas for our small poodles.
  • Dr. Stoddard, DVM, of Atlanta, GA, made a generous donation to help update vaccinations and pay for the heartworm testing and neuter of a neighbor’s unwanted poodle mix that she saved from the busy streets of Atlanta and brought into our program.
  • The Mussers of College Park, GA, and adopters, make multiple generous donations to help support the poodles.
  • Lyndsey Hurst of Atlanta, GA, and volunteer, makes multiple donations to help support the poodles
  • T. Sapp, Jr. of Charlotte, NC, made a generous donation to help feed and care for our animals.
  • Kaye Phillips of Newnan, GA, made a generous donation towards the care of the malti-poo named Cuddles, that we just rescued from a high-kill animal control facility.
  • Kathleen Blatchley of Albuquerque, NM, made a donation to help feed and care for our animals.
  • Amanda Dusman of Hanover, PA, made a very generous donation for the heartworm treatment of a young poodle coming into our program in October 2010.
  • Marguerette Goodrich of College Park, GA, who is “Godmother” to one of our dogs that was adopted, made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Barbara Finch for donating office supplies and dog IDs for our dogs and kennel.
  • The Novelli family of Milton, GA, made a very generous donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Alina Flores of Tucker, GA, made a generous donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Vickie and Gary Thompson of Canton, GA, and volunteers, make generous multiple donations to help pay for little Alice’s medication.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe of Sugar Hill made a very generous donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Gail Cooperman of Roswell, GA, made a very generous donation for the heartworm treatment of a young small poodle mix that came into our program.
  • Donna Kay and her dog Peppie have been making and donating little blankets for the poodles and the kitties.
  • Janet and Thomas Brown of Cumming, GA, made a generous donation towards our operational expenses.
  • Carol Finkelstein of Sandy Springs, GA, and adopter, makes continuous donations to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Gail Cooperman of Roswell, GA, made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles as well as purchased a few soft blankets for the poodles to snuggle in.
  • Rebecca Jackson of Georgia made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Thank you Ellen Richardson for offering your transport services when needed!
  • Carol Meyer and Lt. Col. Thomas Meyer, Ret., of Ridgeway, VA, made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles.  “Thank you for all the hard work you all do to rescue those beautiful, graceful dogs.  Your efforts are indeed life-enriching and life-saving.”
  • Toi Wall of Sharpsburg, GA, made a donation in memory of her beloved toy cream poodle Punkin, who went to heaven on 1/11/09.  Toi also donated flea medicine for the poodles.
  • Joanne and Ronald Mann of Dunwoody donated many towels, sheets, and old t-shirts for the poodles.
  • Barbara Wendell of Warner Robins, GA, made a generous donation in memory of her poodle Quincy, who lost his battle to kidney disease in August 2009 and to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Joyce and Robert Kurtz of Buena Vista, GA, made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • For her sister Colleen’s birthday present, Bonnie Bates of Badger, MN, made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Richard and Dale Millman of Roswell, GA, made a donation in memory of the Dix’s family’s poodle who didn’t survive the surgery.
  • Drs. Emily and James made a very generous donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Shelease Smith of Atlanta, GA, made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Deborah Blatchley-I’m giving myself a pat on the back for all the donations and round-the-clock endless hours  I continually devote to helping these abandoned, neglected, and/or unwanted, but very deserving, animals rehabilitate and find forever, loving, and responsible homes.
  • Linda Chambers-volunteered her time at our booth at both Wills Park and at Norcross Animal Fair and Trade Show and made needed donations.  Linda also brought her new standard poodle to our booth to help.
  • Vickie Thompson and her Husband made a generous donation to buy a kennel for our shelter and graciously volunteered their’s and their toy poodles’ time at Norcross Animal Fair and Trade Show.
  • Carol Stanek volunteered at our booth at Norcross Animal Fair, volunteered with her family at our September Poodle Fundraiser, and made a donation to help feed and care for the poodles.
  • Stephan and  Chimblo for volunteering their time at our September Fundraiser
  • Elizabeth Dang, Julie Hentz, Christine Pearson, Mary Kate Weber, Lisa Speissegger, Brook Nash, Angie Colson, Maggie Byrne, Angie Claussen, Marcia Miller, Julia Whitney, Katie Green, Diane Caves, Curt Shannon, Theresa Kanter, Melody Stevens, Martha Alexander, Patricia Mersereau, Alina Flores, Courtney Lenard, Amanda Aldridge all made donations in memory of their friend’s poodle named Sona
  • Laura Rosa-volunteers her time and effort
  • Kathleen Blatchley-volunteers her time and effort
  • Sherry Long-volunteered at our booth at Norcross Animal Fair and Trade Show and provided many needed items.
  • Gail Cooperman and her granddaughter Gabrielle volunteered at our booth at Norcross Animal Fair and made a donation to help feed and care for our poodles.
  • Paul Sharman-volunteered his time for our important paperwork
  • Bill Moseley and his associates and Victoria Hoffman volunteered their time for reviewing and revising several documents and other items
  • Victoria Hoffman-helped us set up important documents properly
  • Michael Dontigney-helped us with the electrical items for the shelter and setting up our hosting sites
  • Renee Morley-donated her time with the shelter setup
  • Steve Morley-donated his contracting time and supplies to help setup the shelter
  • Jessica Lindsey-donated her time with the shelter setup
  • Jamie Wheatley-provided discounted contracting fees to help with the shelter
  • A Big Thank You to Courtney Hall and Chloe Kuffler for having a strong sense of urgency to groom Johnny-the most severely matted police rescued poodle we’ve seen.  Both Courtney and Chloe work for PetSmart grooming salon in Alpharetta.  Johnny turned out to be a very handsome all-white poodle mix, possibly a Doxie-Poo, and is available for adoption-See our adoptions page for pictures!

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