AKC & AKC CAR Disaster Relief Efforts
Submitted by Beth Lagimoniere, AWSC AKC Delegate
The American Kennel Club and Take the Lead share your concern about the dogs and fanciers adversely affected by Hurricane Katrina. To assist people in the sport of purebred dogs with immediate financial relief, Take the Lead has created the Katrina Relief Fund. If you need assistance, visit www.takethelead.org for more information.
AKC and AKC/CAR Send Teams to Gulf States to Offer Assistance for Dogs at Local Shelters Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Photos of AKC relief efforts in the Gulf region and the AKC Disaster Relief Van for canine victims of Hurricane Katrina
AKC Director of Investigations and Inspections Steve Robinson checks out veterinarian supplies before they are given to relief workers in Gonzales , LA.
The AKC Disaster Relief Van arrives at the Westchester Kennel Club dog show in Tarrytown , New York to collect supplies on Sept. 11.
Associate Director of AKC/CAR Jason Miller provides much-needed supplies to the Lamar Dixon staging area in Gonzales , LA.
The AKC Booth at the Westchester Kennel Club dog show took donations from the fancy for the AKC/CAR Canine Support and Relief Fund – Katrina.
Associate Director of AKC/CAR Jason Miller visits with Speckles, a dog whose family was displaced during Hurricane Katrina in Jackson , MS .
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