FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE BREVARD HUMANE SOCIETY HOPES TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE SERIOUSNESS OF “BULLYING” WITH DOLLY’S DREAM
The Brevard Humane Society is extremely excited to announce their new partnership with Dolly’s Dream. The focus of this adoption program is to help bully breed dogs meet their perfect, forever families by spotlighting and raising awareness of this amazing breed which unfortunately is frequently overlooked by potential adopters.
“This partnership is a true “dream” come true for homeless dogs in our community” stated Theresa Clifton, Executive Director of the Brevard Humane Society. “It is a significant step towards breaking the stereotypes associated with bully breed dogs and to aid in reducing the number of homeless dogs populating our facilities. Every dog is evaluated and deserving of a loving, forever home, Dolly’s Dream helps further support our effort by sending them into the right homes with the right tools needed to let their true, loyal and playful personalities emerge.”
The program is slated to begin July 8, 2019. There will be two eligible Dolly’s Dream dogs featured at a time. Each dog selected will be current on their vaccinations, spayed/neutered, and microchipped.
“We know that opening your home to a new furry family member can be stressful, especially when trying to help him or her acclimate to a new environment” said Cocoa Adoption Center Manager, Gina Burnette, of the Brevard Humane Society. “Thanks to a very generous grant from the Levitetz Family Foundation, the Brevard Humane Society can now equip the adopters of Dolly’s Dream dogs with the essential tools necessary for a smoother transition: a training crate, a leash and collar, food and water bowls, a 6 month supply of Heartgard and NexGard, plus obedience/behavior training.”
The next step in helping to restore the image of bully breed dogs is to actively visit the Brevard Humane Society Adoption Center located at 1020 Cox Road in Cocoa to meet one of the extraordinary dogs featured in the program! For more information about Dolly’s Dream, please visit: www.brevardhumanesociety.org/dollys-dream.