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Support the PSPCA and Main Line Animal Rescue with The Good Dog Jog

PHILADELPHIA, April 9, 2020 / Philly Metro / -- There have been plenty of events canceled and plans postponed due to social distancing, and although there are some occasions that can be rescheduled, what is really taking a hard hit and can’t necessarily be pushed back are the planned fundraising events for many institutions. The Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Main Line Animal Rescue have already had to cancel two springtime fundraising events that have a significant impact on their financial abilities as organizations. But instead of counting their losses, like most companies nowadays, the PSPCA and Main Line have decided to adapt and come up with a creative solution to help continue their efforts.

Chester County Animal Rescue, PSPCA Team Up To Offer Animals Therapeutic Program In Countryside

CHESTER COUNTY, July 26, 2018 / CBS / -- It’s a new partnership with the goal of improving the lives of the most vulnerable animals across the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys. Nestled between the rolling hills and lush fields in Chester County, dogs and cats and their furry friends are getting a second chance at the good life. “I come in every day thrilled,” says Susan Chew, the interim director at Main Line Animal Rescue in Phoenixville. Every day for more than 20 years now, Main Line Animal Rescue has rehabilitated abused and neglected animals on roughly 60 acres.

PSPCA, Main Line Animal Rescue to announce alliance | Stu Bykofsky

PHILADELPHIA, July 24, 2018 / Philadelphia Inquirer / -- Although such a relationship with another group is a first for the PSPCA, its CEO, Julie Klim, and Main Line interim executive director Susan Chew don't anticipate major changes for either organization. The names won't change, nor will funding. The affiliation will simply enable both groups to save more animals and reduce duplication of efforts, they say. And saving animals is their mission.

Main Line Animal Rescue wrapped transit buses in DC to pressure the USDA to enforce the few laws protecting dogs in our nation's federally licensed puppy mills. 

Interesting to know, our buses were so successful, the men and women who approve advertising in DC have banned bus wraps specifically mentioning puppy mills. In exchange for advertisers' cooperation they are now allowing them to advertise alcohol and cigarettes. Apparently, they would rather people die of lung cancer than stop the wide-spread abuse in our nation's puppy mills.

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MLAR Brochures

Main Line Animal Rescue's brochures are often kitschy, sometimes serious, and always informative. We are known for our distinctive printed materials and they have been extremely effective in advancing MLAR's mission and helping us raise the necessary funds to support our lifesaving programs.