Contact

If you are interested in having our organization speak to your group, class, or have a table at your event or store, please contact us by mail, email or through our facebook page! We have active volunteers all over the country that want to partner with YOU to create change. 

 We are in need of physical volunteers, as well as people to help handout educational materials in your own communities. Whatever your strengths are, we will find a way for you to help! We are also looking for more team leaders in other states!

Interested? Contact us!


 

Email:   bailingoutbenji@gmail.com
 
 
Mailing Address:   P.O. Box 203  Ames, IA 50010

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4 Replies to “Contact”

  1. Sorry I know you’re busy but this is my 3rd attempt to contact you about my friend. I’ve explained how she adopt her puppy from Noah’s Critters in Aberdeen, S.D.
    No longer there. She’s just wants to know if her puppy came from a puppy mill. Only got the AKC Pedigree paper. Please help us to find out about the puppy whereabouts. Thank you.

  2. 44553 43‐A‐5442 ROBERT F. MANGAN WALNUT GROVE MO 16‐Dec‐08 ACTIVE 16‐Dec‐17 BREEDER

    Is this guy ok to buy a puppy from

  3. Hello, I was just taking a look at your site and submitted this message via your “contact us” form. The “contact us” page on your site sends you these messages via email which is why you’re reading my message at this moment right? This is the most important accomplishment with any type of online ad, making people actually READ your ad and I did that just now with you! If you have something you would like to blast out to tons of websites via their contact forms in the US or anywhere in the world let me know, I can even focus on your required niches and my pricing is very affordable. Reply here: Benja57mik57@gmail.com

  4. We bought our puppy from Animal Kingdom in the Tucson Mall, 2 years ago. He ended up having parasites and cocci. After multiple Dr visits, meds, lab tests, etc.., it took 3 months to finally get him well. This was with keeping him isolated in one room and away from our other dog. It took a lot of work!!! It does not surprise me to find out about the puppy mill! I could not understand how he could be so sick, if he came from a good breeder and was checked there and then when he got to AZ by veterinarians. This cost us a lot of money, on top of the $2,000 we paid for him. So disappointed and disgusted to read how they got puppies from a puppy mill!!

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