Meet Frances Ehrlich
A few years ago I was at a fundraising event and found a car magnet of a paw with “Speak Up They Can’t”. That said it all to me. Who will champion the weak? They are the ones that are abused and neglected in multiple ways on a daily basis.
I began my volunteer work with Project Bark providing free dog houses and low cost spay and neuter.
With the Greensboro tethering law, I saw a need for a new group to take the lead and address a solution for the community. Two people made this group happen and I was excited to join Break the Chain Kennel Kru. Working with them has made such a difference already. The faces and the actions of these dogs says it all.
The time we give is well worth it and we are all part of a new growing family.
Thanks to all that participate in our cause.