Camp Bow Wow Burnsville: Baja 34 Project Helps Stray Dogs In Mexico
Jeff and Diana Hall, owners of Camp Bow Wow Burnsville, had a Mexican vacation turn into a rescue mission for dozens of beach dogs, featured on Examiner.com.
Recently, a couple from Minnesota went to La Paz, Mexico, for a vacation, and while they were there, they came upon a pack of malnourished dogs who were doing their best to survive, without human ownership, on a local beach. The couple, Jeff and Diana Hall, owners of the Camp Bow Wow doggy day camp in Burnsville, reached out to a local shelter for help, but they discovered that it was already at capacity and there was no room to take in the estimated 34 dogs who were in need of care.
The Hall's love of animals prompted them to take action - they created a GoFundMe fundraiser to raise money for vetting of the homeless dogs, including spay and neuter surgeries and vaccinations. Additionally, with the help of K9 Rancho Del Perro, and Baja Dogs La Paz, arrangements have been set in motion to transport the dogs to Minnesota, for adoption, after they are medically ready to leave.
Thanks to generous donors, some of the homeless puppies have already arrived to Minnesota - ready to embark on their new life.
According to information from the fundraiser, the donations are all going directly to the care of the homeless dogs. Anyone who is interested in adoption is asked to contact Jeff at Camp Bow Wow (Burnsville) or Last Hope Inc., at www.last-hope.org.
Read more about this rescue effort here.
Baja 34 on Facebook here.
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