4 Hands for Paws Animal Benefit

Breathe and New Life Massage Therapy create “4 Hands For Paws” to support our 4 legged friends

Westlake massage studio owners join hands to support local Love-a-Stray and Fido’s Companion with annual summer event on July 28th, 1-4pm at 815 Crocker Rd.

Breathe & New Life Massage Therapy invite all for their annual “4 Hand For Paws” “FUN”draiser and Adoption event.  With live music, doggie fashion show, training demos, games and more, there’s something fun for everyone!  Families and pets alike can come to enjoy the on-site “spa” stations for a little Sunday bliss.  They can even have their pet’s picture professionally taken for framing or putting on novelty items of their choice.  A large raffle will be held with the winner claiming lots of really nice goodies for them and their pets, all donated by our featured local businesses.  Anyone who adopts a new pet that day will also receive a treat bag with complimentary and introductory discounted services, and “treats”, to get them started to a happier, healthier life with their new best friend.  Proceeds go to our local Love-a-Stray and Fido’s Companion.  A $5 donation gets them into the event for a day of fun to support our 4 legged friends.  All kids 12 and under are free.  Anyone who brings in a tangible item to donate to the rescues, receives their first raffle entry for free.  Lists of items needed are on the Love-a-Stray & Fido’s companion websites.

Wendy of Breathe massage studio reports that, “All the local businesses involved are devoted to helping make this event a great success for these rescues, so not only are the proceeds from all the on-site services going to support them, but many of our vendors are selling gift certificates and products with a portion of their sales also being donated.  So, if anyone’s thinking about buying a massage for a friend or loved one, for example, they can feel good that they’re also donating money to a great cause.”

“Breathe and New Life Massage Therapy are committed to do their part to help those animals in need,” says Melissa from New Life, “and become a part of a much bigger picture in helping create a better quality of life for both man and animal kind.”

 

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