The Charlotte Chapter of the Coalition to Unchain Dogs just celebrated their 1 year anniversary and have built fences for 53 dogs in the Charlotte NC area, made possible by donations and volunteer efforts.
The coalition is a non-profit, all volunteer organization that originally started in Durham NC, and has since spread throughout the Southeast from Washington D.C. to Atlanta, including our very own local chapter right here in Charlotte.
The Charlotte Coalition to Unchain Dogs is a local organization that’s based on a non-judgmental, community oriented effort. They’re not out to blame or criticize, they’re focus and passion is on making a difference in the lives of Charlotte dogs and their owners. I had a chance to meet some of the volunteers and they are truly passionate about their efforts to improve the welfare of dogs right here in our local community.
The Coalition to Unchain Dogs builds FREE fences for dogs in the local Charlotte NC community to free them from a daily life of being chained or tethered.
To learn more about volunteering or donating to the group, visit: Support the Coalition to Unchain Dogs
Here’s one of the Coalition’s videos from a fence build:
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