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Thursday, June 12, 2014

From Russia With Love

From Russia With Love

Many of you will remember the Sochi, one of the stray dogs rescued from the streets of the Russia by staff from the United States Winter Olympics Team. His new owner Amanda Bird, the Marketing and Communications Director for the Bobsled & Skeleton team, got in touch recently to tell us how much the young German Shepherd is enjoying his new life in Tennessee.


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Los Angeles ASPCA Cocktail Party

Los Angeles ASPCA Cocktail Party

Representing the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, Katherine Heigl attended a special event last night in Beverly Hills, a cocktail party to celebrate the ASPCA announcement of a major investment of $25 million over five years in Los Angeles animal welfare. Collaborating with public and private animal-welfare organizations the money will be used to help curb the homeless pet population.


Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Sochi & Adler’s TV Appearance!

Sochi & Adler's TV Appearance!

Katherine Heigl was accompanied by some very special guests for her appearance on CBS Daytime show The Talk earlier today. Russian rescue pups Sochi and Adler joined her as she stopped by the studio to talk about the work of the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation and animal advocacy. Check out their TV debut!


Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Sochi & Adler: Homeward Bound

Sochi & Adler: Homeward Bound

It has been a long journey in both distance and time for Sochi and Adler, our two adorable stray pups rescued by staff from the United States Winter Olympics Team off the streets of their Russian hometown. Thankfully, it will be a journey with a happy ending, as both dogs will now be adopted to loving homes having completed their compulsory 30 day quarantine period without incident.


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