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Our 2014 Calendars Are Ready to Pre-Order!

Posted by Erich Trapp on October 29, 2013

Trooper Collins, our 2014 cover dog.

Trooper Collins, our 2014 cover dog.

Our beautiful 2014 “Cancer Can’t Keep a Good Dog Down” calendars are ready to pre-order here. Only $15.00 each, these calendars feature the photos and stories of this year’s top 13 winners, last year’s winners’ photos, and a gallery of all the dogs entered in this year’s calendar. Unique to our calendars you’ll also find special dog holidays like Canine Cancer Awareness Month (November), Squirrel Appreciation Day, What if Dogs and Cats Had Opposable Thumbs Day, K-9 Veterans Day, National Specially-Abled Pets Day, National Cancer Survivor’s Day, Rabies Awareness Month, and of course the regular people holidays as well. Also featured is a list of the “10 L” warning signs of cancer in your pet, and information about our nationwide Puppy Up! Walks and how to get involved.

Another feature unique to our calendar contests is that the top 13 winners get to decide the cancer study they would like to fund. This year’s calendar proceeds will again go to the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. Last year’s calendar’s winners decided to help fund a study in osteosarcoma, and this year the winners decided to help fund a study into mast cell tumors.

We know you’ll enjoy this year’s calendar! Please place your orders soon. They make great gifts, and are something you and your friends will treasure for years.

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13 – 13 – 13

Posted by Erich Trapp on September 4, 2013

(by Ginger Morgan, Executive Director, 2 Million Dogs)

As I write this, summer is coming to a close. I’m fortunate that so far, 2013 has kept me busy working for you and this cause in the best of ways.

Faye Morgan.

Faye Morgan.

In August, we posted stories of dogs who’d had cancer to our Facebook page, and you responded with words of comfort, shares, and votes in our calendar contest. Thank you. The 2 Million Dogs family continues to impress me with their dedication every day.

I lost another dog to cancer this summer — my beloved Faye (pictured). Like many of you, I let these experiences fuel my fire for this cause. I’m writing this to acknowledge that you are our best resource — your input, your stories, your comments, and your support. With that in mind, I’m pleased to announce that moving forward, I will personally update you on 2 Million Dogs, here on our blog in the coming months. I’ll share helpful tips and information about canine cancer, announce special events where you can participate or meet up with other supporters in our community, or update you on the latest and greatest with the cause.

As we support comparative oncology research, the leadership at 2 Million Dogs steadily seeks new ways to help you to spread the word about its importance and our mutual belief that a cure for cancer is out there. We get many comments that some of you want to participate in a walk but cannot, mainly due to prior commitments or bum knees.

Our next event is just for you. And everyone, actually.

It’s called 13-13-13.

 
On September 13:

* Ask 13 friends on Facebook to “Like” the 2 Million Dogs Facebook page here.

* Donate $13 to canine cancer research at here.    Please click on the orange donate button.

* Write 13-13-13 on a piece of paper, hold it up, take a selfie (a photo of yourself), and post your picture to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #2milliondogs.

I hope you all participate in our 13-13-13 event, and get a chance to join us at one of our many Puppy Up! Walks this Fall.

 

Get involved -- Pete and Ginger

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This Morning’s Calendar Totals – August 7, 2013

Posted by Erich Trapp on August 7, 2013

It would certainly help with voting if I had thumbs!

It would certainly help with voting if I had thumbs!

These totals were recorded at 7:30 CDT this morning. Voting ends August 8 at 12 midnight Eastern time, so please don’t wait until the last minute to vote.

 

VOTE for your favorite puppers HERE.

 

Thanks to everyone for your patience yesterday when the voting site was down for a couple of hours. Let’s hope they have resolved their issues.

 

Czar Viney 1385
Yukon Harris 770
Trooper Collins 725
Molly Su Applegate 605
Kailech Cummins 500
Bentley Linaberry 470
Blondie Henley 470
Calamity Jane Rockwell 470
Maggie Snow-Cormier 460
Kyle Golz 410
Gracie Martin 400
Pugsley Granberry 365
Gracie Calvo 315
Beta Yadao 300
Eva Dupre 295
Shadow Wade 267
Jigsaw Allgood 255
Roscoe Behrle 255
Murphy Morris 245
Sunny Osborne 235
Merlin Miltner 225
Leela Decker 190
Sheba Marie Pyle 190
Guinnes Litt 185
Nestle Epstein 185
Annie Graffunder 170
Jake Turner 145
Joey Hanson 135
Mogli DeWald 120
Chance Galante 105
Savannah Wolff 100
Sundae Reed 80
Jackie Pilarski 70
Jake Pilarski 70
Remedy Pilarski 70
Mauser Lopez 67
Murphy Hansen 65
Abby Lavin 60
Charlie Mortensen 50
Ginger Suh Quimby 50
Desi Scroggins 30
Harley Waterloo 30
Jessica Baud 30
Merlin Kisiel 30
Riley Robinson 30
Buckeye Belle Eaton 25
Saffron Brandstetter 25
Zoe Brandstetter 25
Harley Giazzon 20
Maggie Smith 20
Marshal Fortson 20
Mischa Brown 20
Angel Cavella 15
Angel Treglia 15
Crystal No Last Name 15
Ruby Warner 15
Angel Warner 10
Chloe Bear Forster 10
Lexi Sutphen 10
Rinti du Plessis 10
Uma Neet-Whitaker 10
Bailey Sandberg 5
Bebe Moroz 5
Ingrid Neet-Whitaker 5
Kanye Parry 5
Little Bear Hain 5
Max Waterloo 5

 

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The Totals, They Are A Changin’.

Posted by Erich Trapp on July 29, 2013

Every toe counts when you're doing addition.

Every toe counts when you’re doing addition.

2014 Calendar Totals as of July 29 2013 8:30 AM CDT

We’ve had a few new comers to the top 13 contestants. And lots of dogs are neck-and-neck or tied. Keep track of your favorite dogs because things change pretty fast as we get closer to the end of voting. Remember, you have until August 8th at midnight EDT to get your pupper in the running or keep him or her there. And it’s always the last few days of the contest when the competition gets heated and things get really interesting.

Vote HERE.

Need a few ideas to help get more votes? Check out our last blog for some great tips.

We’ll keep counting if you’ll keep voting!

Czar Viney       1270

Trooper Collins       725

Kailech Cummins       470

Molly Su Applegate       430

Yukon Harris       385

Calamity Jane Rockwell       370

Kyle Golz       310

Beta Yadao       300

Gracie Martin       295

Pugsley Granberry       290

Gracie Calvo       265

Maggie Snow-Cormier       260

Merlin Miltner       205

Murphy Morris       195

Guinnes Litt       185

Roscoe Behrle       175

Bentley Linaberry       165

Annie Graffunder       145

Blondie Henley       145

Nestle Epstein       140

Shadow Wade       137

Jigsaw Allgood       115

Eva Dupre        110

Mogli DeWald       80

Jackie Pilarski       70

Jake Pilarski       70

Mauser Lopez       67

Abby Lavin       55

Sunny Osborne       55

Charlie Mortensen       50

Ginger Suh Quimby       50

Remedy Pilarski        50

Leela Decker       50

Murphy Hansen        45

Savannah Wolff             45

Sheba Marie Pyle       45

Sundae Reed       45

Jessica Baud       30

Desi Scroggins       30

Merlin Kisiel       30

Buckeye Belle Eaton       25

Harley Waterloo       25

Saffron Brandstetter       25

Zoe Brandstetter       25

Marshal Fortson       20

Jake Turner       20

Maggie Smith       20

Angel Treglia       15

Crystal No Last Name        15

Lexi Sutphen       10

Riley Robinson       10

Rinti du Plessis       10

Uma Neet-Whitaker       10

Ingrid Neet-Whitaker       5

Max Waterloo       5

Angel Cavella       5

Angel Warner       5

Bailey Sandberg            5

Bebe Moroz       5

Chance Galante       5

Chloe Bear Forster       5

Harley Giazzon       5

Kanye Parry       5

Ruby Warner       5

Mischa Brown       0

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Where Are My People? Why Aren’t They Voting For Me?

Posted by Erich Trapp on July 24, 2013

Some of my friends have no votes. Won't you remember them?

Some of my friends have no votes. Won’t you remember them?

Today’s Totals, July 24, 2013 — around 10:30 AM CDT

 

When the Man waked up he said, “What is Wild Dog doing here?” And the Woman said, “His name is not Wild Dog anymore, but the First Friend, because he will be our friend for always and always and always.” — Rudyard Kipling

 

Looking at all the zeros and low numbers on the latest tally, one would think some of these dogs were orphans. Such beautiful faces should not be forgotten.

Please share our video with family and friends. Let’s not leave anyone behind.

 

Czar Viney       1225

Trooper Collins       625

Yukon Harris       385

C. J. Rockwell       370

Kailech Cummins       315

Molly Su Applegate       305

Beta Yadao       300

Gracie Martin       270

Gracie Calvo       265

Kyle Golz       215

Merlin Miltner       205

Murphy Morris       195

Pugsley Granberry       190

Maggie Snow-Cormier       160

Annie Graffunder       145

Bentley Linaberry       145

Shadow Wade       137

Guinnes Litt       135

Jigsaw Allgood       115

Eva Dupre       110

Roscoe Behrle       85

Mogli DeWald       80

Jackie Pilarski       70

Jake Pilarski       70

Mauser Lopez       67

Abby Lavin       55

Sunny Osborne       55

Charlie Mortensen       50

Ginger Suh Quimby       50

Nestle Epstein       50

Remedy Pilarski       50

Blondie Henley       45

Murphy Hansen       45

Savannah Wolff       45

Sheba Marie Pyle       45

Sundae Reed       45

 Jessica Baud       30

Desi Scroggins       30

Merlin Kisiel       30

Buckeye Belle Eaton       25

Harley Waterloo       25

Saffron Brandstetter       25

Zoe Brandstetter       25

Marshal Fortson       20

Angel Treglia       15

Crystal No Last Name       15

Jake Turner       10

Lexi Sutphen       10

Riley Robinson       10

Rinti du Plessis       10

Uma Neet-Whitaker       10

Ingrid Neet-Whitaker       5

Max Waterloo       5

Angel Cavella       0

Angel Warner       0

Bailey Sandberg       0

Bebe Moroz       0

Chance Galante       0

Chloe Bear Forster       0

Harley Giazzon       0

Kanye Parry       0

Maggie Smith       0

Ruby Warner       0

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2014 Calendar Totals – Wednesday Evening, July 17, 2013

Posted by Erich Trapp on July 17, 2013

"I've been working all night to post these numbers. What do you mean some dogs have no votes?"

“I’ve been working all night to post these numbers. What do you mean some dogs have no votes? What’s up with that?”

These numbers were recorded around 8 PM CDT, so they may already be different.

Because there’s no way (unfortunately) for our voting site to post the voting totals next to our dogs’ names, I will post totals here from time to time.  As the contest gets closer to the final voting day (August 8th at midnight EDT), I will post as fast as I can. (Not bad, considering I don’t have thumbs.) However, if you want to keep your favorite pupper in the running, you need to keep track too.

Where do I vote? Right here!

Czar Viney   1085

Trooper Collins   375

Yukon Harris   325

Kailech Cummins   310

Beta Yadao   300

Gracie Martin   270

Gracie Calvo   265

C. J. Rockwell   240

Molly Su Applegate   225

Kyle Golz   205

Merlin Miltner   205

Murphy Morris   150

Pugsley Granberry   150

Annie Graffunder   145

Maggie Snow-Cormier   140

Shadow Wade   137

Bentley Linaberry   110

Eva Dupre   100

Jigsaw Allgood   100

Jackie Pilarski   70

Jake Pilarski   70

Mauser Lopez   67

Abby Lavin   55

Mogli DeWald   55

Sunny Osborne   55

Charlie Mortensen   50

Ginger Suh Quimby   50

Nestle Epstein   50

Remedy Pilarski   50

Sheba Marie Pyle   45

Sundae Reed   45

Guinnes Litt   35

Jessica Baud   30

Roscoe Behrle   30

Buckeye Belle Eaton   25

Harley Waterloo   25

Saffron Brandstetter   25

Savannah Wolff   25

Zoe Brandstetter   25

Marshal Fortson   20

Jake Turner   10

Lexi Sutphen   10

Merlin Kisiel   10

Uma Neet-Whitaker   10

Desi Scroggins   5

Ingrid Neet-Whitaker   5

Max Waterloo   5

Angel Cavella   0

Angel Treglia   0

Angel Warner   0

Bailey Sandberg   0

Bebe Moroz   0

Chance Galante   0

Chloe Bear Forster   0

Crystal (I want to be adopted)   0

Harley Giazzon   0

Kanye Parry   0

Maggie Smith   0

Murphy Hansen   0

Riley Robinson   0

Rinti du Plessis   0

Ruby Warner   0

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Pssssssttt … Hey you. Yeah – you! Come over here.

Posted by Erich Trapp on June 27, 2013

Princess Daisy telling Bob a secret.

Princess Daisy telling Bob a secret. (Photo by Bev Hollis.)

There’s this calendar contest going on and I have the inside scoop … OK. OK. Yeah – I get it. Dog. Scoop. Real funny. Pay attention.

Anyway, I have the inside scoop.

Can you please stop giggling and let me tell you something? Take a breath and chill.

OK. You alright now?

Finally.

Look, there’s this terrific calendar contest going on. It’s called Cancer Can’t Keep a Good Dog Down and it’s going to have all sorts of photos and stories of very brave dogs with cancer in it, and lots of other neat stuff.  I know all about it because my friend Princess Daisy was on the very first cover. Yes, The Princess Daisy. The One and Only. That’s her in the photo, before she went to the Rainbow Bridge. She’s gossiping with her friend Bob.

So, I know Princess Daisy and she knows all about 2 Million Dogs and where they sent their calendar proceeds last year – the money they made when people like you sent them their photos and stories and votes. The Princess has a very high security clearance here at The Rainbow Bridge, and she told me that she got to read the very letter from The Broad Institute about how they’re using the funds from last year’s calendar contest to study osteosarcoma in several breeds: Leonbergers and Goldens and Great Danes and Great Pyrenees. The very funds people donated to study genes and dogs and cancer. This is very important research that Broad is doing, and they collaborate with other scientists and research organizations from all over the world. So this is a big deal. A really big deal. And all the people who participated in the contest last year had a hand in helping make this research possible by taking part in the calendar contest.

No kidding.

But what I really need to tell you is that time is running out to enter. You have to send your photos and stories to Erich (erich@2milliondogs.org) right away. And then, when voting starts, you have to get all your friends and co-workers and aunts and uncles and cousins and brothers and sister and even total strangers to vote, because the money you and your friends donate will go to research to help dogs, and even people. Yes, people. Dogs and people get the same kinds of cancers. Haven’t you been paying any attention?

The important thing to know is that each year the calendar contest supports research that help dogs and people. But you can’t help if you don’t enter and you don’t vote.

So? What are you waiting for?

Follow this link to find out about the calendar contest and how to enter.

Then send a photo and story of your dog who has or has had cancer to Erich at erich@2milliondogs.org. He’s pretty cool and he’ll write you back when he gets your stuff.

Oh, and Princess Daisy said I’d better include her cover photo from the very first Cancer Can’t Keep a Good Dog Down calendar from 2009. Princess Daisy_2009-calendarHonestly, I think she’s sticking her tongue out at cancer.

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Puppy Up! In Jersey City, June 22

Posted by Erich Trapp on June 12, 2013

New Jersey Walk BannerGrab your walking shoes, your leash, and your canine best friend, and join the thousands who have already put feet to pavement to help end cancer in everyone. On June 22, we’re converging on Jersey City, NJ to support comparative oncology, the study of the similarities between cancers in dogs and cancers in people. These studies help save lives, both human and canine.

Follow the link here to register, join in the fun, and help 2 Million Dogs stop cancer in its tracks.

Registration opens at 11:00 am. The Walk starts at noon and all around good fun continues to 3 PM.

Where? Michael Anthony’s on the Waterfront
502 Washington Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07310

Can’t Walk in New Jersey but want to contribute anyway? Follow the link above and become a fundraiser. Any amount is most welcome!

 

2 Million Dogs is having their Puppy Up! Walks all across the country again this year, so if you’re not in New Jersey, check out the Walk closest to you. Right here. Right now. Check out the map and find a Walk near you. Meet new people, meet new puppers, and make a difference in our fight against cancer. By walking? Yes, it’s as easy as that! We’ll see you there.

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Our 6th Annual Calendar Contest Has Begun!

Posted by Erich Trapp on June 2, 2013

Tiny Turcan -- Featured Pup on February, 2013.

Tiny Turcan — Featured Pup on February, 2013.

Just look at that face. That’s Tiny Turcan, one of the winners of last year’s 2 Million Dogs’ Cancer Can’t Keep a Good Dog Down calendar contest.

Honor your canine cancer hero and contribute to our ongoing mission to fund cutting-edge research.

We have our first entries! Don’t wait until the last minute to enter!

This will be the sixth year that 2 Million Dogs will produce our beautiful calendar. We encourage everyone to participate!

So, how does it work? Starting June 3rd (that’s Monday), enter your dog into the contest. We gather your photo and story entries, publish them online for everyone to see and read, and then the voting begins. All entries must be in by midnight, CDT, on July 8th.

Who Can Enter? Anyone with a dog who currently has or has had cancer can enter. (Living or passed.)

What do you send and where? Send a high resolution digital photo of your dog and his or her story (about a paragraph) to Erich at erich@2milliondogs.org. If you have had more than one dog with cancer, you can enter more than one photo and story. 1 Meg resolution or greater for your photo is ideal for reproduction in our calendar. We accept the following photo file format: .jpg .  Please don’t forget to include the name of your dog, your name, and your email. And please don’t forget to send us your story. (Yes, sometimes that happens.) If you have entered before, we welcome you to enter again.

What happens then? When we receive your entry we’ll email you. If it needs corrections (story too long, photo too small) we will send you an email telling you.

How does it work? We’ll collect all the stories and photos throughout June through July 8.

How do we vote? On July 10th , we’ll post all the photos and stories to our Greater Giving web site here, where voting will begin. Voting continues to midnight CDT, August 8th.

Votes start at a minimum of $5.00 and increase in increments of $1.00 after that.  Each time you log in to vote, the minimum is $5.00. (For example, $5 = 5 votes.  $25 = 25 votes. You get the picture.) Whole dollars only please. The 13 dogs with the most votes win a month (or the cover) on this year’s calendar. And proceeds from your dollars help fund ground-breaking research with The Broad Institute.

Lily Lisle, last year's cover girl.

Lily Lisle, last year’s cover girl.

Your pup’s photo and story will provide inspiration for an entire month in the 2 Million Dogs’ 2014 Calendar. 

What makes our calendars unique? Every dog entered has his or her photo in the calendar. An entire section of the calendar is devoted to a gallery of photos of all the dogs entered. We also include all 13 of last year’s winners, and our calendar includes not only the regular holidays but dozens of special dog holidays like: Pet Cancer Awareness Month, National Puppy Day, Pet Theft Awareness Day, Take Your Dog to Work Day, World Animal Remembrance Month, etc. Our calendars are truly unique and one-of-a-kind keepsakes.

Encourage your family and friends to vote, July 10 to August 8.

We’re looking forward to meeting this year’s contestants!

Confused about photo image size? Here’s some help …

For your pet’s photo to look GREAT in the printed calendar, you will need to submit a high resolution image. We suggest submitting the LARGEST image size possible.  Here are some simple guidelines to help you determine image resolution.

Minimum file size of 1MB but the LARGER the file size the better

The same holds true if you are looking at the pixel size (ie: 1800 x 1200 pixels)– the LARGER the better

If you’re exporting your image from your iPhoto library on your MAC computer or phone, export/send as the LARGEST option

The example below shows high and low resolution images. You can view this information when you hover your mouse over the image on your PC computer.

example image001 from Christy

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2 Million Dogs — Our Mission

Posted by Erich Trapp on March 13, 2013

2MillionDogs.org

Our Mission

2 Million Dogs Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization, and our ongoing commitment is discovering the common links between canine and human cancers and the causes of these cancers through comparative oncology research. Our organization is accomplishing that mission in the following ways:

Education and Awareness
The field of comparative oncology is relatively new and 2 Million Dogs continues to educate people about its tremendous potential through a global campaign of strategic partnerships, seminars, speaking engagements, social media, events, broadcasts, and other forms of media.

Empowerment and Mobilization
Through our The Puppy Up! Walks, we are building the largest pet and people cancer community in the world; from business people to artists to scientists and humanitarians, we are forging partnerships with individuals and institutions with the singular purpose of ridding the world of one of its deadliest diseases.

Investment in Research
2 Million Dogs scientific objectives are: Broadening our understanding of the links between human and companion animal cancer, creating a cross institutional collaborative platform, developing new approaches to research, and funding translational cancer studies that benefit both pets and people.

About Cancer

Like people, companion animals develop cancer – they get brain, breast, bone and lung cancer; lymphoma, and melanoma just to name a few, and scientists have discovered that the malignant cells are biologically comparable between humans and our companion animals.

Furthermore, cats and dogs are exposed to the same environmental risks, so if we hope to eradicate cancer there is tremendous potential in forming a partnership between pets and people.

Benefits of Comparative Oncology

There is a large population of cats and dogs with pre-existing cases of cancer

Cancer occurs in pets within years compared to decades in humans

Veterinarian Oncologists believe there are between 4 and 8 million new cases of cancer in companion animals every year. Most of those never receive adequate care or treatment.

Increasing the number of comparative oncology studies means more and more dogs and cats will have access to the latest treatments.

It’s important to note – comparative oncology studies do NOT involve animal testing. The companion pets that participate have naturally occurring cancer  ̶  the cancer has already developed in the animal; it was not induced. This means that one of the potential long-term benefits of these studies could be reducing our reliance on animal testing.

pupperDo You Know The 10 Early Warning Signs?

Love your dog? Learn the 10 L’s

Lumps

Not all lumps and bumps are cancerous in dogs. There are sebaceous cysts, lipomas, and warts, all of which are benign. But if you detect a growth on your dog it’s important to have it checked out by a veterinarian and, if warranted, aspirated and biopsied.

Lesions

Scratches and abscesses are not uncommon for the normal, active dog but the sores that don’t heal can be of concern.

Lameness

Bone cancer is typically found in larger breed dogs like Great Danes, Bernese Mountain dogs, Rottweilers, Boxers, Newfoundlands, Saint Bernards, and Great Pyrenees, and the primary early indication is prolonged limping or favoring a limb or side. Other types of cancers can also cause persistent lameness.

Loss of Appetite

If your dog shows no interest in eating or their daily consumption has declined for several days, take them to a vet.

Lethargy

Tiring out easily, unwillingness to exercise and loss of interest in normal daily activities can be an early sign of cancer.

Loss of Weight

Not to be confused with loss of appetite. Cachexia, or emaciation, is often associated with cancer and can occur even if your dog is still eating normally. So if your dog is inexplicably losing weight, consult a veterinarian.

Loud Odor

A very strong and offensive smell can sometimes be a byproduct of tumors in the mouth and nasal cavity.

Loss of Normal Body Functions

Dogs having difficulty voiding or defecation or unusual urine or feces should be looked at.

Loss of Blood, Bleeding or Bloody Discharge

Blood present in vomit, stool, and nasal discharge are cause for serious concern and although not always telltale signs of cancer, your dog should be examined as soon as possible.

Labored Breathing

Abnormal respiration or respiratory distress can be a symptom of cancers in dogs.

 

Come and get involved!   To find out more about the 2 Million Dogs Foundation, our nationwide Walks, our yearly calendar, our other fund-raising events, and the research our efforts support, please visit our web page

And please come join us on Facebook, follow the adventures of Hudson and Indy, and follow us on Twitter

For more information, please contact us by writing to our Executive Director, Ginger Morgan, at ginger@2milliondogs.org.

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