Hoffer Pest helps dog rescue group

By |  March 31, 2015

Al HofferBig Dog Ranch Rescue, the largest no-kill dog rescue in the Southeastern US, has received several donations from Hoffer Pest Solutions. These donations will help the Wellington, Fla.-based group save more than $5,000 a year of much-needed funding, which can now go directly back into the care for the dogs. Hoffer Pest Solutions has donated equipment as well as flea and tick services that have served to prevent and protect the many dogs that are rescued from all over the United States.

“Hoffer’s Pest is a great partner and supporter who really believes in our mission. We could not be more thrilled to accept their donated services and partnership. We look forward to saving the lives of more dogs thanks to Hoffer’s Pest Solutions,” says Big Dog Ranch Rescue Manager Jeff Jacobs.

Dogs in Florida are especially vulnerable to fleas and ticks because they are outdoors so often. The warm and humid weather is an ideal climate for fleas and ticks that can be found in piles of leaves, shrubs, or burrowing in piles of dirt. Once a flea or tick latches onto a dog, they can carry the pests inside and easily spread and multiply.

“Big Dog Ranch Rescue does a tremendous job caring for abandoned dogs. We are happy to be able to donate our services to their incredible cause. Big Dog Ranch Rescue has a wonderful team of caretakers,” says Hoffer Pest Solutions President Eric Hoffer.

Big Dog Ranch Rescue started more than 10 years ago as the Florida Weimaraner Rescue, and in 2008 expanded to rescue all dog breeds. Since then, the lives of more than 10,000 dogs and puppies have been saved, with that number continuing to grow.

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