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Birthday Yappy Hour at Rec Room by Conshohocken Brewing Company 11:30 AM
Birthday Yappy Hour at Rec Room by Conshohocken Brewing Company @ Rec Room by Conshohocken Brewing Company
May 3 @ 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM
To Love a Canine Rescue incorporated on May 3, 2013 which means we’re turning 5, and we’re celebrating at Rec Room by Conshohocken Brewing Company in Phoenixville! All day on May 3rd, when you present [...]
Malvern Blooms Festival 11:00 AM
Bark in the Park at The Metropolitan 5:00 PM
Bark in the Park at The Metropolitan @ The Metropolitan
May 11 @ 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The Metropolitan invites you to start your week-end right with a community meet & greet featuring To Love a Canine’s adorable adoptables. Relax & have some fun with your neighbors, smooch a pooch and maybe [...]
National Senior Health and Fitness Day @ Phoenixville YMCA 10:00 AM
National Senior Health and Fitness Day @ Phoenixville YMCA @ Phoenixville YMCA
May 30 @ 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Come join TLC at the Phoenixville YMCA’s National Senior Health & Fitness Day. This is a free community event for ages 55 and over. The event’s goal is to promote the importance of regular physical [...]
The best defense is a good offense so, to protect your furbaby. Talk to your vet about Heartworm testing & the importance of using Heartworm preventatives
We’d like to thank the students, faculty & staff at Stewart Middle School for inviting us for a visit to speak to them about responsible pet ownership & the life saving work we do.
In the month leading up to our visit, the kids collected donations of supplies for our dogs and were a very generous & attentive audience. We’d like to thank Ms. Bruno & TLC alum Baby for helping arrange our visit, and for everyone who donated food & supplies to us. Cassandra, Mr. Needles & Socks had a blast hanging out to dole out some puppy love.
We know a lot of you were wondering what the results of the 2017 Wags For Warriors campaign were and we’re pleased to announce that TLC received $8,460 in donations to the campaign this year! TLC and our beneficiary veteran’s organizations were each eligible to receive up to $3,000 in matching donations. Donations to TLC from Giving Tuesday (Nov. 28) through the end of the year were automatically matched up to the cap and the pay it forward donations were distributed across the other organizations as directed by our donors.
To make sure the benefiting organizations had the best chance of reaching the maximum pay it forward donation, we let the donors know when orgs reached the cap to confirm they were OK with the match to their donation being split across the remaining organizations (we also directed the match for donations in which the donor did not specifically designate a charity/respond to our emails to organizations that hadn’t met the cap).