Saving Tails Campaign Supports Animal Rescue Group

The welfare organization will host a dog wash to celebrate the campaign launch.

Saving Tails, a San Francisco-based non-profit animal welfare organization, has launched the Green Collar campaign to support Furry Friends Rescue, an all-volunteer, non-profit animal rescue group.

The campaign raises money through the sale of green Keep Safe Break-Away dog collars and Twice As Nice kitty collars. Saving Tails said the collars are designed with a patented safety buckle designed to protect dogs and cats from collar accidents.

Saving Tails is proud to offer pet owners safe and environmentally sound collars that will benefit thousands of animals that are abused, neglected and homeless, said Johonna Godofsky, president of Saving Tails. It is our hope that this community driven campaign will allow Furry Friends Rescue to grow their organization and will provide Saving Tails with the proper resources to initiate nationwide campaigns and education programs.

To celebrate the launch of the campaign, Saving Tails will host a charity dog wash from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 13, 2005 at Wags Pet Wash & Boutique, 1840 Polk Street in San Francisco. More information on the campaign is available at

Posted November 2, 2005, 3:30 p.m. PST

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