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Joel Schlessinger donates to the Basset & Beagle Rescue of the Heartland

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Joel Schlessinger donates to the Basset & Beagle Rescue of the Heartland

The owners of a wonderful pug named Emmy, Joel Schlessinger and his family are long-time supporters of local and national groups that help bring dogs and loving families together. This year, Joel Schlessinger’s donation to the Basset & Beagle Rescue of the Heartland went toward their annual Souper Bingo benefit.

BBRH helps rescue and find homes for dogs in the Midwest.

A non-profit organization, the BBRH serves pets and their owners in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa. The group is devoted to rescuing and rehoming bassets and beagles that have been abandoned or placed for adoption. The group also helps organize foster homes for pets while they wait to be placed with families.

BBRH also focuses on education of these breeds as well as responsible pet ownership. They help families learn how to care for their pets and the specific needs of these breeds. Families can visit their site to see dogs that are available for adoption in their area.

Joel Schlessinger’s donation to the Souper Bingo benefit will help raise money for the organization.

Each year, the BBRH holds a fundraiser to raise awareness about pet adoption as well as funds for the organization. This year the Souper Bingo event included a soup meal, bingo games, raffles and a silent auction. Joel Schlessinger donated a Silk Peel certificate to be auctioned off during the event.

The money raised during this event helps provide medical services for the bassets and beagles that are rescued by the group. BBRH provides heartworm tests, flea and tick prevention services, vaccinations as well as spay and neuter procedures for the animals. All of these treatments allow the dogs to be adopted into caring and loving homes.

To learn more about this group and to see the dogs that are available for adoption, visit their site.

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