How Your School Can Help Chained Dogs

Right now, countless dogs are chained outdoors, struggling to survive long days and nights without proper shelter from the elements. Often, these loving animals are also deprived of adequate food, water, and veterinary care and forced to spend their lives in “solitary confinement,” relegated to the backyard without any companionship or exercise.

You and your students can make a difference in the lives of these “backyard dogs” by ordering TeachKind’s FREE and simple-to-use “Change for Chained Dogs” fundraising pack!

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Dogs who are chained up outside desperately need a durable shelter to keep them dry—and with your help, TeachKind can support PETA’s efforts to construct and deliver hundreds of sturdy custom-built doghouses filled with straw bedding for dogs whose “owners” won’t let them live indoors or relinquish them to caring people who will. These doghouses will provide dogs with protection from snow, rain, and harsh winds for years to come—and your students will be proud to know that they were able to help a cold, suffering dog.

Chained Dog: Marley Before

Chained Dog: Marley After

When you order a pack below, you’ll receive student-friendly leaflets and stickers to help spread the word, a poster to help you keep track of your fundraising goal, labels to put on donation jars at your school, and all the information that you need to start effecting change for chained dogs! You can use the pack in your own classroom or get the whole school involved—and it’s perfect as a service-learning project.

Order a free “Change for Chained Dogs” fundraising pack
and get started!

Remember: These packs are made specifically for teachers to use in a classroom setting. If you are not a teacher, school staff member, or youth worker, please e-mail PETA’s Action Team at [email protected] to find out how you can help chained dogs!

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