Pedal 4 Paws – Coast 2 Coast 2015!

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Two long-time Puppy Raisers from Custom Canine Service Dog Academy, Jeff and Lisa Arndt, will be pedaling their bicycles 2,909 miles from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean.  Pedal 4 Paws - Coast 2 Coast tour begins in San Diego, California (3/7) and ends in St. Augustine, Florida. Team C2C-P4P's goal is to raise money for the organization, raise awareness for the autism services that canines provide, and share the rewards of being a puppy raiser to encourage other to volunteer. 

 

The backbone of our organization is the dedicated group of volunteers who raise our puppies for the first year.  The time that the puppy raisers spend socializing and training our puppies is invaluable and can never be sufficiently compensated.  There is a shortage of puppy raisers which impacts our ability to meet demand. The shortage is due, in part, to the expenses ($1000) to foster a puppy for one year: food, medication, neuter/spay, grooming, transportation, toys.  By being able to reimburse volunteers for dog food and veterinarian expenses, we will be able to retain and acquire an adequate number of raisers to meet the needs of our clients next year.

 

Through the dedication of our volunteers and generous donors, Custom Canines provides canines free of charge to families in need.  Failure to meet our revenue goal may cause us to begin charging our clients.  Although charging clients is a common practice for service dogs, our mission is to 'Pay It Forward', by relying on volunteers and have past recipients provide assistance as they are able.  Therefore, anyone who can benefit is provided with a canine partner to share their life, rather than limiting assistance to only those clients who are financially able.

Order your COMMEMORATIVE Bike Jerseys!

Limited time to order

 

You have a second chance! Pedal 4 Paws bike jerseys are available for a limited time. After May 12, they will never be available again. Create your account to order on Primal Pro Custom:

 

https://www.primalcustompro.com/NewTeamMemberCreate.aspx

 

If you already ordered before, log on with your previous information.  Fifteen percent goes back to Custom Canines Service Dog Academy. Get a one of a kind jersey and support a nonprofit organization continue to provide service dogs to clients free of charge.

 

Note: Some internet browsers do not work well with the Primal order system. Primal mentioned to us that they occasionally have problems with Explorer and Firefox browsers. They said Chrome works the best. 
 

If that doesn't help, let us know what size you need and we will order it or call our rep Lindsay (303-482-6560) or call customer service (800-275-6953). Our e-mail is jja1313@yahoo.com or message us on Facebook.

Deadline is May 12. Thank You!

 

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Help Custom Canines and Support the Ride

 

Pick your contribution below....

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  • Adults Penny-A-Mile Sponsor -  adults can sponsor a mile of our journey, $.01 per mile = $29.09, receive an adult t-shirt as a token of our appreciation. 

  • Children Sponsor-A-State - children can sponsor a particular state and follow our progress across their state, one dollar per day and penny per mile, receive a youth/toddler t-shirt as a token of our appreciation.

  • 2015 Pedal 4 Paws Sponsor - enter any amount to show support as we cross the country on bicycle

  • Group Sponsor, school classroom,business (ex: penny war) - visit from CCSDA puppy/dog with complimentary t-shirts, contact us for more information email: info@customcanines.org

Visit out Blog!

Here is the link to our blog: pedal4paws.blogspot.com

 

Enjoy news articles and videos, from our 2013 Coast 2 Coast Ride! 

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Dane County Couple Bikes Across U.S. to Raise

Money for Service Dog Program

Service dog helps local boy cope with challenges of autism

.....and photos from our 2013 Coast 2 Coast Ride!

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