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Animal sanctuary gets donations

Judith Bell's "The Trainer is In ..." program at Best Friend Nutrition raised $200 for Olympic Animal Sanctuary at Forks and its work rehabilitating dogs that have been surrendered and deemed nonadoptable.

Bell's program provided on-the-spot training for the public seeking advice on dog training issues, requesting

a minimum donation of

$5 for her professional services.

Nearly 40 dogs and their humans were helped.

Steve Markwell, founder and director of Olympic Animal Sanctuary, said, "Judith's generous work and donation represents a wonderful and unique situation where dogs and humans wind up the winners all around!"

The "Trainer is In ..." program continues from 10 a.m.-noon Wednesdays July 14 and Aug. 25 at Best Friend Nutrition, 680 W. Washington St., Sequim. Donations will be made to the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society.

For more information, call 681-8458. For more information about Judith Bell, CPDT, go to www.beaujes.com or phone 360-797-7979. For more information about Olympic Animal Sanctuary, visit www.olympicanimalsanctuary.org.















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