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For many of us, relief from the sweltering summer heat that has enveloped the nation can be as easy as switching on the air conditioning.
But for dogs like Tiny—discovered in a rutted and dusty patch of yard with no escape from the blazing sun—hot summer days can lead to heatstroke, dehydration, and even death.
PETA's "Angels for Animals" program has helped hundreds of dogs like Tiny by providing them with a sturdy doghouse that gives them shade and protection from extreme weather year-round.Will you become an "Angels for Animals" sponsor and provide a needy dog with a new doghouse right now?
Tiny, like many dogs helped by PETA fieldworkers, was found chained up outside, unable to move more than a few feet in any direction. He had only a decrepit plastic box for shelter. But it became so unbearably hot during the summer that he would dig trenches in the dirt around it to try to find somewhere cooler to lie.
The life of this sweet pup improved after we gave him a new doghouse, a toy, and some much-needed affection. Tiny's face lit up as he lay in the shade of his new PETA-built doghouse, which was placed in a grassy patch of the yard and which was designed to protect him from both the summer sun and the frigid winter weather ahead.
Tiny is just one of the dogs who need your help. Throughout the year, PETA receives calls and e-mails about dogs who are chained, penned, or otherwise confined to lonely, barren backyards by owners who never allow them indoors, no matter how harsh the weather. During the scorching summer months, it's common for our caseworkers to find dogs panting furiously, their tongues all the way out of their mouths, desperate as they suffer from heat stress and try to survive in fatally hot weather. While all dogs deserve the comfort of a permanent indoor home, if we can't persuade everyone to allow them indoors, a PETA doghouse is often their only protection from the elements.
Your "Angels for Animals" sponsorship gift today is an investment that can help a neglected dog for years to come. Every doghouse that we provide is built to last, and each has a generous overhang to shade vulnerable dogs from the sun as well as a special covered entrance to protect them during storms.
PETA's "Angels for Animals" sponsors are committed to doing all that they can to help improve the lives of dogs like Tiny. Whether you're making a single sponsorship gift of $265 to provide one doghouse, a monthly installment payment, or a gift of whatever size you can afford, every penny of your donation today will go to work immediately to help neglected dogs receive the protection and affection that they deserve.
Thank you for helping dogs—and all animals—both during this blazing—hot summer and throughout the rest of the year.
Very truly yours,
Ingrid E. Newkirk
P.S. The joy on Tiny's face after receiving his new doghouse was immeasurable. Help us bring that same respite from misery to more dogs in desperate need of our help by becoming an "Angels for Animals" sponsor online right now.
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