Pets In Need Action League
Keeping Pets & People Together 
How Canines with Class Started
Throughout our country, thousands of neglected dogs live their lives on chains.

They are often forgotten as they suffer alone with no shelter, inadequate food and water, and no protection of any kind from the elements.

They receive no care, no kind words, and live this life every hour of every day.

PACC911 (Phoenix Animal Care Coalition) calls attention to these unacceptable conditions through Breaking the Chain, an education-based project conceived by PACC911 board member, Debra White.

Believing that kindness and compassion can be taught in the schools, local resident, Lori Johnson, organized a team in 2009 to visit the 3rd grade classes of the Casa Grande Elementary School District. The response from the schools was overwhelming and inspiring!

Now a P.I.N.A.L. humane education program, the inaugural Canines with Class team consisted of Lori and her dog, Ranger, along with therapy dog team Susan O'Driscoll and Maggie. They visited nearly 3,000 students during the first three (3) years of the program.
Ranger Maggie
4-legged Founders.
Pooped after the show.
No Dogs Allowed
Oopsies . . . does that include us?
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