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Dogs and cats in a pickle need vet care everyday!

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In Memory of Pickle

We are asking a few of our key partners to rally their friends, family, and networks to support our work. By becoming a fundraiser for Speak for Animals, you will help more pets in a pickle who need immediate medical care and have no where else to turn, and you'll help your friends feel good about doing good.

The Pickle Fund was started in memory of a dog with cerebellar brain damage, who was rescued by Speak for Animals' founder, Susan, 10 years ago. He recently passed away and Susan's grief over his death turned into a way to raise money to help other dogs and cats who need immediate care due the lack of resources in our area.

A generous donor has offered to match every dollar raised, up to $5000.

Starting a fundraiser is easy to do, and it's fun. We'll even give you all the tools you'll need to make a difference. With your help, in Pickle's name, we can alleviate suffering and keep pets with the families they love.

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Ryan Badon 12 88 A

Ryan Badon

Susan Bufano 8 92 A

Susan Bufano

Reta Cooper 4 96 A

Reta Cooper

Lindsey Deon 5 95 A

Lindsey Deon

Gwen Fassett 0 100 A

Gwen Fassett

Erin Halperin 62 38 A

Erin Halperin

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