Treasured k9s, Inc.

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Comedy Night!

Come out and laugh while supporting animal rescue! Stewie to the Rescue and Treasured k9s benefit from the Stand Ups for Change comedy night benefit at the Gotham Comedy Club in NYC on September 10.

Lollipop needs a special home.

Petite little Lollipop has a name a sweet as sugar, but don't let that fool you. She's a spunky, bossy, full of attitude female Jindo who will gladly push around the other dogs in the house and charm the humans. Her name should have been Pushy Pop. Amazingly enough, the other dogs seem to go along with her leadership. You can't help but love her personality. Cute as can be and she knows it! Lollipop is a social girl who loves every human she meets. Curious and always ready to explore, yet she falls sound asleep in the car.

Lollipop is recovering from a severe skin infection due to flea bite dermatitis, food allergies, and years of being left outside. Lollipop is about 5 years old, just 25 pounds, and must live with another dog.




September 10, 2014 - Comedy Night in NYC

Stewie to the Rescue and Treasured k9s invite you all to come out for a fun evening. Comics from past events are now appearing on Last Comic Standing! Always a great time and fantastic way to raise money for both rescues. Gotham Comedy Club, NYC.

September 27, 2014 - Strut You Mutt!

THE event of the year and not to be missed. This year, we're out for first place. Sponsored by Best Friend's Animal Society, the event takes place at Hudson River Park in NYC. Strut Your Mutt is the sole fundraising event of the year for Treasured k9s and we raise our entire yearly operating budget from this one event. Register for our team now!







Treasured k9s, Inc. is an all volunteer non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, re-home and reduce the number of homeless Korean Jindo dogs in the United States and other canine breeds when possible, by utilizing all training methods including dog psychology, pack mentality and positive reinforcement to reduce behavioral problems thus, increasing adoptions and owner-retention rates.