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National K9 Veteran’s Day is coming up on March 13th and Paws of Honor has something special planned and would like you to join us! This annual tribute honors and remembers the service and sacrifices of America’s Military Working Dogs, as well as the numerous canines that heroically serve with law enforcement, border patrol and other agencies.
In honor of these incredible K9 Heroes, Paws of Honor is excited to announce a very special virtual event in collaboration with two of our amazing supporters, Georgie and Tyler Harner! On March 5th through March 7th this husband and wife team will be participating in the David Goggins 4x4x48 Challenge © and they have chosen Paws of Honor as the charity they want to support by raising funds and awareness for our K9 Heroes! Georgie is a substitute school teacher and stay-at-home mom and Tyler is a afirefighter, so we also want to take this opportunity to recognize all the first responders and teachers out there every day working hard and bravely enduring the affects during this pandemic.
**With a minimum donation of $35 or more we will send you a Special Edition First Responder T-Shirt recognizing our nation’s front line workers! Limited quantity so get them while supplies last!**
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Just what is the 4x4x48 Challenge? This virtual challenge consists of 4 miles every 4 hours for 48 hours, meaning every 4 hours a participant will run, walk, bike or other form of exercise for 45-60 minutes over a 48 hour period. The challenge begins on March 5th at 8:00pm (PST) and March 6th at 12:00am for (EST). It will end March 7th for Pacific Coast time and in the early morning hours on March 8th for East Coast time. Please refer to the link for more details on rules, eligibility, safety and other related information. https://www.gogginschallenge.com/
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