Do you ever get that “Warm & Fuzzy” feeling when you help a person or a dog?
Julie Clegg gets that “warm & fuzzy” feeling every day with her “Dog-A-Day” Project for Canine Cancer. Not only is her collection of images inspiring but also they help save lives.
Bailey & Banjo have seen a bit of heartbreak over the years, losing some of their best buddies to canine cancer.
It has become so common that a dog’s chance of getting it at some point in their lifetime is 1 in 3. Those odds are way too high for your best buddy to chance.
So this year, Julie, Bailey & Banjo’s human, and owner of Bailey & Banjo pet photography, started a project called, ‘Dog-A-Day for Canine Cancer’.
Julie goes out and meets people face to face, lets them know about canine cancer, takes one great picture of their dog for them, and gets people thinking and raising money for the research.
She is on task to meet 366 different dogs this year, and features one dog per day on her blog/facebook/pinterest.
At the end of the year she plans on publishing a book and/or calendar to sell, where a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Chase Away K9 Cancer Fund within the National Canine Cancer Foundation.
To follow along and see Bailey & Banjo’s daily dog images, they can be found on:
Click on the Dog-A-Day Video Below:
Julie Clegg is an award-winning photographer, most recently voted Best of Western Washington. Julie’s efforts to raise money and awareness for canine cancer research led her to start another company called Lick. Slobber. Drool., a dog lifestyle company that sells canine cancer related products with a portion of the proceeds going back to canine cancer research. Julie’s work has been featured on several covers of CityDog Magazine where she is a regular contributor, in addition to Dog Fancy, The Bark and Pup Culture. She currently resides in Issaquah, WA with her family which includes Bailey & Banjo, her two lovable yellow labs.
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