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My name is Annie Fowler and I am 19 years old. My passion for helping dogs started when I was about nine years old. I started sewing pillows with my grandma, selling them, and donating the money. It always put a smile on my face knowing I was helping an animal in need so I decided to take it a step further and making a non profit organization. In the past I have been a volunteer dog walker at the Everett Animal Shelter, and I worked at Camp Canine, a dog daycare in Mukilteo, WA, for about a year. I am currently a college freshman and Maryville College in Tennessee. I am studying business management and hope to receive my non-profit certification as well. My future will include owning a dog business of my own, and being a great influence in the world of dog non-profit organizations. My first dog Katie was my inspiration for everything, and I miss her very much.
About my dog:
Ginger is a six year old Golden Irish with a hyper lifestyle. She enjoys bouncing off the walls and getting into candy that we have tried to hide. Although she easily gets under our skin, she is one of the sweetest dogs I know. When it's time for bed she is ready to snuggle up with us on the couch. She sleeps like a brick and is comfortable in any position, which can be a good talent. One more thing about her is we got her at a garage sale. I know it sounds crazy but it was the best decision we ever made. And her nickname of "Rowdy Redhead" really suites her well.
I'm accepting donations for any amount