Stay N Play Pet Ranch announced a Canine Touch fundraiser on Saturday, March 10, 2012. For just a $20 donation to Texas Hearing and Service Dogs, your dog can enjoy a Canine Touch demo from Stay N Play’s resident Canine Touch practitioner Donna Burrow, while you learn the benefits of this relaxing, healing technique for dogs. The “come and go” benefit will be held from 9AM – 4PM at the Texas Hearing and Service Dogs campus at 4925 Bell Springs Road in Dripping Springs.
Canine Touch is a series of gentle, hands-on moves that helps your dog relax, and encourages the body to heal and restore. This non-invasive technique is helpful for sick or injured dogs as well as working dogs, service and therapy dogs, athletic dogs, puppies and aged dogs. Your dog will feel better and, thanks to your donation to Texas Hearing and Service Dogs, so will you. - submitted
For more information, contact Stay N Play Pet Ranch at (512) 894-7387 or email email@example.com.
About Texas Hearing and Service Dogs
Founded in 1988, Texas Hearing and Service Dogs trains dogs to assist Texans living with hearing or mobility challenges. THSD adopts all of their dogs from animal shelters and rescue leagues. Thanks to your donations, THSD is able provide the dogs and training free of charge. Learn more at www.servicedogs.org.
About Stay N Play Pet Ranch
Stay N Play Pet Ranch is a full service, environmentally friendly pet care facility nestled on nine beautiful Hill Country acres, just minutes from Austin, in Dripping Springs, Texas. Since its start in 1998, Stay N Play Pet Ranch has remained committed to providing the highest level of individual care and attention to keep pets safe, healthy, and happy in an all natural environment. For more information, visit www.staynplaypetranch.com.
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