Diamond CBD Joins Forces With South Florida’s Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation
Diamond CBD, the team that brought you Medipets CBD Oil and Pet CBD Food is partnering with South Florida’s number one animal rescue foundation, Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation. Sponsoring the rescue goes to the heart of our core mission at Diamond CBD -- to give back to the community that supports us so well.
A not for profit, 501(c)3 animal rescue organization, Saving Sage was founded in 2014 and is headed up by Regina Nicole Vlasek, who is the President and founding partner of the organization, and Kathy Bienek, who is the Vice-President. Since 2014 the rescue has run solely through the goodwill, time, and energy of hard-working volunteers who dedicate their time to helping animals.
The team at Saving Sage focuses their energy on helping South Florida’s most urgent, abused and neglected animals. Volunteers serve the community and help endangered pets in a variety of ways including through youth educational programs and tackling the overpopulation crisis. Saving Sage is dedicated to reuniting lost pets with their human friends by providing microchip scanners and training to various police departments.
“Saving Sage is happy to announce that we are the new animal spokesperson for [Diamond CBD],” the group recently said. “We are happy to endorse a product we so firmly believe in.
We also now have the ability to help so many more animals in need! Thank you!”
Many people will tell you that CBD works wonders when it comes to helping their cats and dogs stay happy and healthy. And more and more research is beginning to back those claims. In fact, CBD can possibly help your pet when it comes to allergies, anxiety, arthritis, joint pain and more.
Diamond CBD is steadfast in our mission to give back to the community no matter if you have two legs or four. And we’re proud to join forces with Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation to ensure the safety and protection of all of our four-legged friends.
To find out more about Saving Sage, or to donate, go to www.savingsagerescue.org.