Purple Day is Coming

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Hello everyone, CEO Olivia here. Every year, on March 26th, we here at Knotty Toys for Good Dogs participate in Purple Day, a global movement to raise epilepsy awareness. On March 26th, people & good dogs around the world wear purple & host events in support of epilepsy awareness.

As many of you already know, I live with canine idiopathic epilepsy. On my Facebook page, “Oh, The Life of Olivia” , my huMom & I share information & offer support to other good dogs & their families who are also living with epilepsy.  It’s comforting to know we are not alone in this fight. Living with epilepsy takes an emotional toll on the whole family & when I’m  having a bad day the support & genuine concern my huMom & I receive gives us the strength we need to fight on.

For the entire month of March, Knotty Toys for Good Dogs will be donating $2 with each toy sold to The Wally Foundation – Canine Epilepsy, our charity of choice. They are a not for profit that offers financial aid to qualifying families & organizations with the ongoing costs of epilepsy medications. They also distribute donated medications to those in need.

Please show your support on March 26th by showing your ‘purple’. Why not go purple for the month? To all that live with epilepsy I bark out, “Stay strong & seizure free!”

Join me & other epi-Warriors on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter in our “Online Purple Event”. Paw here to join or for more details.

CEO Olivia ❤


Do you live with canine epilepsy? My huMom & I have a new free eBook series about living with Canine Epilepsy. Just go to my store & paw the subscribe button at the bottom of the page.

 

 

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