We continue to be amazed by all of the generosity, goodwill and enthusiasm we have witnessed for this mission!
Thanks to so many wonderful people Project Potcake is becoming a reality.
Visit our GoFundMe page to see how we are doing. We are getting very close to our goal!
On July 26th Wendy Shankin-Cohen, President of Dr. Harvey’s will leave for Abaco, Bahamas with filmmaker Evelyn Vaccaro. Wendy will be bringing food and supplies directly to the shelter. Evelyn will be shooting the documentary to shed light on the plight of the Potcakes.
The need is great and every little bit helps. So please continue to share with your friends and family. Thank you! Click Here to View the Campaign-GoFundMe
We’re on a mission to help save the Potcakes in Abaco, Bahamas.
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If you have ever been involved in animal rescue, you will certainly understand this heartwarming story from our friend, the Amazing Angie, who works tirelessly to help the Potcakes at Abaco Shelter. For people who devote their lives to rescuing animals, it is a passion that pulls at the heart strings. Every day is filled with wonderful highs followed by heartbreaking lows.
We started Project Potcake to help this small shelter that rescues, houses, feeds and cares for these indigenous dogs of the Bahamas. We have been inspired by the wonderful volunteers who work tirelessly to make a difference for these animals. As we get to know these people better, our admiration grows.
Angie shared this story with us today and we were compelled to share it here. This is not just a story about animal rescue, but a story of human compassion. It is a story of making choices and it is a story that shows what these volunteers face daily. This is the emotional roller coaster of animal rescue.
Not only does this small shelter take in sick and starving dogs, they go out and feed the feral dogs of the island. Many of these dogs would starve without their efforts. It is a difficult and exhausting task to find and feed these feral dogs.
“I don’t know quite how to describe our days on feral feeds, my heart breaks and soars and breaks again. Today I was on my way to pick up fellow rescuer Anita Martin, and a little boy, with holes in his shirt, flagged me down for a ride. He told me he was out looking for work (he looked about nine years old!!!( heart BREAK) So we ’hired” him to help us feed the Potcakes. He was so happy to have a job. Then he told me how his neighbor had a “skinny, skinny dog” that he and his brother would buy food for (heart BREAK/SOAR). I mean this kid had rags on for clothes and he spends his money on dog food!
Angie continues the story of her encounter with the little boy:
“Thankfully, I had sunglasses on so he could not see the crazy lady crying in front of him. Anyway to end the story he will have school supplies and shoes (that is all he wanted) and dog food for his neighbors dog!”
“More news (heart BREAK) we came across a dog on death’s door (Of course we will help him) and one of our babies was taken off the streets (Heart SOAR) and given her first bath ever! She was covered with fleas and you had to see her glee at being rid of them.. roller coaster ride of the heart…”
This is just one day of so many days that are filled with enormous challenges for these volunteers. Each day brings the opportunity to help dogs and people and obviously they do both! Please open your heart and help Dr. Harvey’s help Abaco Shelter. While we will be donating supplies and food to the shelter, they also need financial support.
Dr. Harvey’s has started a GoFundMe campaign where you can help us by giving a donation to the Abaco Shelter.
You can donate by clicking here!
Please watch Wendy Shankin-Cohen, President of Dr. Harvey’s as she describes the company’s mission to help the Potcakes.
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We recently received this letter from a grateful pet parent. We fell in love with Cutie Pie. We had to share her amazing story and her journey to health! We have the best job ever!
Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to Bowl is the food that has saved my darling, 5 pound Shih Tzu named Cutie Pie. After owning this breed of dog for over 40 years, I lost my last dog due to treats from China. I was determined to never make that mistake again!
Searching the Internet daily I finally found the cutest dog I had ever seen. I went to my knees when I saw her. She was a one year-old suffering with severe allergies and congestion. Her diet had consisted of sugar coated cereal and marshmallows. She didn’t like anything I fed her.
I tried everything the vet recommended and everything else I could find in pet stores. I spent hundreds of dollars. I could barely get her to sniff it let alone eat it. In the meantime, the allergies continued and she was in crisis almost on a daily basis. I had her at the vet on antibiotics and steroids every month.
Then I found Sandra at Metro General Store in Silver Spring, Maryland. She recommend Dr. Harvey’s Veg-to-Bowl. I started cooking her meats and mixing it with this vegetable pre-mix. She also eats the Sweet Potate’rs! I also added the Whole Food Multiple Vitamin & Mineral Supplement. To my astonishment she loved everything I gave her from Dr. Harvey’s. Her health, congestion and breathing have continued to improve along with her skin, hair and energy. She no longer makes sick trips to the vet only routine appointments. I no longer have to run a vaporizer at night.
She is now going on 4 years-old and I truly make this testimony…“Dr. Harvey’s saved her life! Had I not found her and gone in search of a way to make her well and healthy she would not be alive!"
Thank you, Dr. Harvey’s, for making such healthy food for my little dog! She is so important in my life.