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The PACK Sanctuary Wants Land

The PACK Sanctuary Wants Land

Postby Stray Dog » 17 May 2016, 10:01

WE WANT A PIECE OF LAND

The PACK Sanctuary is renting a beautiful piece of land for our dogs, and it's working out very well for us. But to give our dogs a lifetime of security, we need a property that we can own.

Do you know anyone who can donate about 3,500 ping of land to our association? There are tax benefits when donating land to a charity. Or do you know someone who can lease us a nice piece of land very long term (20 years or more)?

We are building one of the best sanctuaries in the world; such an investment means we need a permanent location.

We're fine where we are for now (and may try to buy that soon). But we are also interested in other options.

Any help or suggestions? Our 320 rescued dogs will be very grateful!

Thank you.
I'm NOT SO ACTIVE HERE ANY MORE. IF YOU NEED HELP WITH AN ANIMAL RESCUE OR DOG-BEHAVIOUR ISSUE, PLEASE EMAIL ME AT s e a n @thesanctuarytaiwan.org OR CALL 0920 620 109. THANKS!
Stray Dog
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