Lend a Helping Paw to Dogs in Miami!
This November, we want all of Miami to donate to Paws 4 You Rescue as part of our “Presents for Pets” holiday drive! The hardworking volunteers at Paws 4 You have saved countless dogs’ lives since opening. We’d like to do a little something to make their work easier this year. We love our dogs, and feel like sharing the love with those dogs still looking for homes with one of the most hard-working, non-profit dog rescues in Miami.
How to Help Dogs in Miami:
Helping dogs this holiday is convenient! Simply purchase blankets, towels, toys, treats, or cleaning supplies or collect them if you have any laying around your home. You can leave the items by your dog walk log if you have daily dog walks with us. If you don’t have daily dog walks, you can:
- bring the item with you next time we see you
- leave the items on the kitchen counter next time we pet sit for you!
- Finally, we’d be happy to pick up the item at your homes
You can also bring the item to our Howl-iday Party at West Elm on December 7, from 12-5:00 p.m. This is a dog-friendly holiday party and all of you are invited with your well-behaved pups for photo sessions with Santa Paws for a donation to Paws 4 You, snacks, and raffle prizes!
Call us at 305.794.3733 or contact us with any questions or requests for help! Let’s work together to make this a happy howliday for all pets!
We are very happy to be a part of this annual pet supply drive thanks to the efforts of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters. As one of the members of the board, Flavia is especially proud to be associated with the organization during times like these!
A vital member of the Equipaws family, Frankie can mostly be found working behind the scenes, helping co-create online branding, managing several social media accounts, designing brand collateral, and writing copy. As a Pet Tech-certified CPR and First Aid Instructor, Frankie trains our employees in these life-saving techniques. Additionally, she fills in for pet sitters and dog walkers when needed in Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, and South Miami. Her own small pack consists of Boots the Shih Tzu mix, Nutmeg the Chiweenie, and little Queen Bee Suzy, a Miniature Pinscher.