DGP Cares 2016 winners blog

DGP Cares Paws for a Cause 2016 Winners

DGP is proud to announce the winners of the third annual DGP Cares Paws for a Cause $500 Donation Contest!

Before we announce our three canine charity winners, we would like to thank everyone who participated in nominating and voting for their favorite canine charities. While only three charities will receive $500 donations, we believe that all charities mentioned are winners. Together we have all helped spread the word about the numerous pet charities located across the U.S. Each canine facility carries out selfless acts on a daily basis to ensure a safe environment for the furry friends in their care.

Thank you to all who participated in the contest and helped spread the word about DGP, a wonderful all-natural supplement that supports dogs with aches and joint discomfort. We have helped many dogs return to their former glory, and we hope to continue doing so for years to come. For more information about DGP and our ingredients that help your canine companions click here.

Now the 2016 Winners:

In first place and receiving the first of three $500 donations is Safehaven Small Breed Rescue.


Safehaven Small Breed Rescue is a not for profit, cage free rescue. Safehaven SBR’s mission to is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home puppy mill breeders and dogs born in mills with birth defects. The staff made completely of volunteers work tirelessly to have these dogs feel comfortable in their own skin and around humans. As a cage free facility they expose dogs to the everyday noises and happenings of a household, to prepare them for adoption.

Learn more about Safehaven Small Breed Rescue here.


Second place goes to German Shepard Rescue of Orange County.


German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County (GSROC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 charity organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing purebred German Shepherd Dogs that have no where else to turn. GSROC finds good homes for approximately 400 orphan shepherds every year. GSROC never hesitates to take in dogs with extensive and expensive medical needs. Dedicated volunteers work ceaselessly to benefit and promote these noble dogs from rescue through adoption.

Learn more about German Shepard Rescue of Orange County here.


In third place receiving the third $500 donation is Warrior Canine Connection.


Warrior Canine Connection is an accredited member of Assistance Dogs International (ADI), a global organization that establishes and promotes standards of excellence in all areas of assistance dog acquisition, training and partnership. As a member of ADI, Warrior  Canine Connection utilizes the clinically based Canine Connection Therapy to help wounded warriors reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other. War veterans suffering from PTSD and other similar mental disorders, train the dogs to be of assistance to veterans with physical disabilities and brain injuries. The process helps veterans re-acclimate to civilian life and give a home to dogs in need.

Learn more about Warrior Canine Connection here.

And here are our TOP 10 VOTING RESULTS:

  1. Safehaven Small Breed Rescue
  2. German Shepard Rescue of Orange County
  3. Warrior Canine Connection
  4. New York Bully Crew
  5. Valley of the Sun Giant Schnauzer Rescue
  6. Elder Paws Senior Dog Rescue
  7. Pibbles & More Animal Rescue
  8. NorCal GSP Rescue
  9. Ruff Start Rescue
  10. Ruff Dog Rescue Northeast

For more information on our top 10 winners!

Congratulations to our winners and to all the charities who participated. Stay tuned to DGP’s blog and Facebook page for more information on each of the three winners! Thanks again for following DGP Cares and making our contest such a great success.

1 reply
  1. Franceska T Siracusa says:

    Thank you to all who contribute to the welfare of animals who are in need of love and kindness that is so deserving.


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