In case you need a cute puppy fix, ...

These are a few of our beautiful puppies who were able to find their forever homes at the Salem 2014 event.  Thanks to all the hardworking volunteers- including veterinarian Eric Hurwitt, groomers Kara and Nichole from Groomingtails, fosters Tina and Paul, Best of Everything Gourmet chefs, the Gardner Lake Fire Company (great chili!), the Burnett's for sharing the facility, the Thibealts for being amazing hosts, the Coast Guard Academy for sending cadets, the Days Inn in Old Saybrook for hosting our out of state rescue partners, and Lori Watson, Petco, and the ASPCA for their financial support!  It sure does take a village! 

Red Dog Project needs help:

Lovely Isabella, abandoned shortly after birth in rural Georgia, arrived in Connecticut to begin a new chapter. She's got mange and a sensitive stomach, which will require some special treatment. As a Red Dog Project puppy, we'll try to give her everything she needs.  

Can you help? 

$75 will cover her special food and treatment for 1 month. 
$50 will cover her treatment and testing for a month. 
$30 will cover the tests she needs in 2 weeks. 
$10 will let her know that there's a community of people who want to make the world a better place, one puppy at a time. 

Thanks for your support. Go Dog Days! Please go to WWW.GODOGDAYS.ORG and hit "Donate." All donations to Dog Days are tax deductible. 
Thank you for your support.  


It's our next big event:

Our next BIG event is right around the corner!
Saturday & Sunday, October 18th & 19th
from 11-4
at Burnett's Country Gardens
in Salem, Connecticut

Come & meet our adorable adoptable dogs!  
Saturday, September 20th 
from 12 -3 at the Old Saybrook Tractor Supply Store!
Check them out first at

Pizza for a cause

Thanks to Frisco's Pizza of New. Haven for hosting an all day fundraiser for Dog Days!  
John opened his doors on his day off, worked hard all day, and donated all of his proceeds to Dog Days.  Now that's what we call a great supporter!