Precious Paws Christmas Promo, 2019


Our friends at Precious Paws Rescue continue to maintain an open-door policy to any dog that still enjoys quality of life, and they asked us to ask you to help them continue in that mission.

Precious Paws Rescue are working on raising $5000.00 before Christmas so they can continue helping dogs now homeless due to abandonment, abuse, and people who can no longer care for them.

If you follow our page, it is likely because you are a caring person. So, we challenge you to look at the faces of these amazing dogs who have been given a second chance and decide for yourself if the people behind these miracles of survival and love deserve your help.

I, (John) am the human partner to three rescue or rehomed dogs who share my life at home and at work. As such, I know this group deserves both respect and support.

We would like to thank the following sponsors of the City of Barrie Network. These businesses show they care about our shared community by helping us to provide a locally-focused truly local voice to you and your neighbours. They also enable our crew to be able to continue providing donated services to promote local benevolent community groups and Barrie-based charities.

Assisting You Social - Social Media Management

Avail Cannabis & Medical Clinics

Backcountry K9 Kennel - Day Care, Overnight, and Grooming

BarterPay Simcoe County - Business Promotion

Body Language - Pole Fitness - Aerial Arts

Checkered Door - Transition to Adult ASD

Enterprise Mechanical Inc. - Heating and Air Conditioning

Family TLC - Family Counselling and Therapy

Fionn MacCool's Barrie - Pub

Growing Minds Learning Centre - Daycare Centre

Latchman Insurance Brokers Limited

Michael Enterprise Audio & Visual

Simcoe County Clean - Commercial and Residential

Still Moving Osteopathy - People and Pets

Theatre By The Bay - Live Performances

3B Solutions - Video and Media

For more information about how your business can benefit from membership in the City of Barrie Network, please visit www.cityofbarrie.net

Videography by John Ironside and Tiffany Scott

Post-Production by Tiffany Scott