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10-15-2007, 07:04 PM
First some thank yous. Special thanks to Cera Reusser who started the "Chase" Away K9 Cancer drive after the lost of her beloved Chase. If you don't know the story yet -- read it at www.ACVIM.org (click Giving). Thanks to Splashdogs for their support (announcements, carrying around the radar gun and speeding tickets, etc.). Thanks to Diann for helping me with the radar gun. Thanks to the dock jumping community for embracing this cause and snowballing this dream into what's nearing the $100,000 mark. I'm proud that my dogs and I are a member of this awesome family!!
$102.45 :D :D :D
Thanks to everyone who contributed. Love your dogs :p and check them regularly ... they are counting on you!
10-15-2007, 07:23 PM
This weekend at the dd national event.......over $10,000 was raised.....
$100,000 is now in our rearview mirror! Over the next 12 months, lets see what this miracle can accomplish, not only in terms of donations, but also what will be discovered through the research! Remember folks....each dollar earned goes directly to research....no admin!!
10-16-2007, 06:45 AM
Special thanks to my mother and sister for their work creating the donation vest Lizzie sported through the crowd. :)
10-16-2007, 06:50 AM
Sandy, big thanks to you, your family and all the people who worked hard to raise money for Chase Away K9 Cancer. As Dave said, Chase Away is OVER $100,000 -- but we can't stop there! Every single dollar counts!!!
10-16-2007, 07:46 AM
Hi Sandy and All-
Any idea how I could get my hands on a bunch of Chase bracelets? I manage a doggie daycare and kennel and am sure I could sell some to clients. I will also be going to the Ufli national flyball tournie in a few weeks and could probally get some sold there as well.
10-16-2007, 08:22 AM
Daniell - email me at goodLabs@att.net and I'll get ya hooked up.
10-16-2007, 01:47 PM
Thanks, Danielle! The Chase bracelets are really cool. And remember to tell people that EVERY DOLLAR goes to fund canine oncology studies. Chase Away K9 Cancer has already partially funded a study on osteosarcoma, the most common cancer in large breed dogs. Good luck selling them!!
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