‘Paw for Possibilities’ to Benefit Local Dog Shelter
The Broome County Dog Shelter (BCDS) is selling weather proof aluminum paw prints to help raise money for the shelter. It's Paws for Possibilities with plaques being placed on the fencing at the Dog Shelter and your custom paw print will be there for years to come.
Each paw print is only $125 with the proceeds going directly to the BCDS and their goal is to sell 250 paws by the end of this summer. Paws come in a variety of different colors and can have different inscriptions.
You can include your dogs names, memorial plaques or family names of dog shelter supporters. The paw prints are 8 inches by 8 inches and you can put up to three lines of text on the plaque.
Paws for Possibilities has been created to provide long term sustainability for the dogs in need. Go here to buy a paw print and see the different options available to you.
BCDS is located at 110 Cutler Pond Road in Binghamton and is open Tuesday through Saturday to the public from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Their mission is to provide support and care to stray and unwanted dogs within our community.
They match adoptable dogs with loving, caring families and promote the importance of responsible dog ownership through shelter tours and off-site education programs.