Denver, CO, January 08, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Pawfriendly Landscapes contributes to the Denver Dumb Friends League auction, "Pledges for Pets," which runs until February 2, 2009. The Denver Dumb Friends League, located at 2080 South Quebec St, Denver, provides shelter and care for more than 28,000 lost and abandoned animals every year. It also adopts homeless and relinquished pets to new homes, reunites lost pets with their owners, offers dog obedience training classes and behavior assistance, pet friendly housing referrals and mobile spay and neutering.
Elizabeth Bublitz, owner, creator and author of Pawfriendly Landscapes, has donated three landscape consults totaling $150 each and an autographed book called, "Pawfriendly Landscapes - How to Share the Turf When Your Backyard Belongs to Barney," for $20. Elizabeth explains, "I have always contributed to the DDFL because they do not turn away any animal that is being relinquished or found like other animal shelters have to be."
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