WELCOME TO CLARK’S NEW WEBSITE
Woof Woof! Welcome to my website. I, Clark G the Dog the world famous talking canine vow to make the world a better place for animals. Being famous is a big responsibility. I dedicate this website to my fans around the world who share the same goals and objectives. Clark G the Dog seeking a hero award to make the world a better place for animals.
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I have decided to run for President and my campaign “And Bacon For All” is the beginning step to make the world a better place for animals. Come join me in helping animals find loving homes, end puppy mills, educate people on how to spay and neuter their pets and end end inhumane ways to euthanize animals.
With your assistance we can help pets and animals find a loving family like my sister Layla and I did. With a clear vision all things are possible.
Clark G the Dog is seeking any award to make the world a better place for animals. The following are some other projects Clark G the Dog is involved with which will help make the world a better place for animals. The time is now to get involved and make a difference.
As children are the voices and leaders of tomorrow, Animal Aid formed The Animal Aid Club (link to Animal Aid Club) which is dedicated to helping abandoned pets through our school system. With downloadable lesson plans from the American Humane Association, an entertaining Readers theatre play for students to perform, and access to an inspiring rescue documentary called “Take Me Home,” Animal Aid Club gives one all the materials needed to start a club in their communities.
Please join Animal Aid / The M.O.M.S. (Making of Miracle Stories) Animal Rescue, Pilots and Paws, The American Humane Association, the ASPCA and the NY Mayor’s Alliance on the “Amazing Grace Caravan” to Hinesville, GA in honor of Gracie who survived the gas chamber in July of 2006 and went onto be the face of “Gracie’s Law” which banned the use of gas chambers as a form of euthanasia, on December 31, 2010, in the state of Georgia.