Hello to Everyone!This is really long and will require patience! My name is Danielle and for the past 10 years. I have always financed my animal rescue "Ruff Haus" personally through my career and picking up other jobs to help supplement. Due to my career loss and unemployment, I now find myself asking for help from the community and the surrounding area's. I know that times are tough for most of us but please know that it's really out of character for me to ask for help. I have never asked for any kind of donations in the past so this is very new for me and hard for me. I am just worried about keeping my rescue going and giving all of the animals the proper love and care they need. It's a long list but various people have and prefer to donate specific items. I will pick up all items personally. I am hoping for the following donations: Purina Dog Chow-15 dogs eat a 45lb bag every 4 days about 5-6 Large Bags a Month. Best Prices at Sams and Walmart, must be Purina Dog Chow Green Bag to avoid stomach issue's, number of dogs fluctuates up to 25 sometimes Purina Puppy Chow-no puppies right now but if donated, I will transfer to other local rescues. ie., Alaqua, AdoptADogmyway, and PawPaws. Milkbones-14lb box at Sam's is $9.00...Best Price and Qty -must be Milkbone Brand to avoid sensitive stomach issue's. Great for tarter and general snacks. Milkbone Brand Marro Bone Treat-red bag, best price at Walmart Cheweez Busy Bones-Burgandy and Clear Colored Wrapper 3pks and 2pks, rolled beef rawhide with stuff in the middle, excellent for tartar control and highly energetic pups Aluminum Bowls-small, medium, and large Aluminum Buckets for Water Raised Food Bowl Holders for medium to large bowls Dog Beds-mostly need large and extra large, small & medium can also work, Crate bed pads Blankets/Comforters-moving blankets work great, comforters, sheets, quilts, bathroom rugs/mats Large Dog Crates/Kennels/Pens-pet carriers, black wire cages, and if it all possible a highly heavy duty break through proof cage/kennel would be very helpful. The heavy duty break through proof cages are very expensive but I really need a minimum of one to start, ie., Proselect Empire Cage Towels-any size, good sized absorbent if possible Toys-prefer large ropes, squeaky balls, squeaky toys Collars & Leashes-prefer 6ft Nylon Leashes, Nylon Adjust Collars prefer Nylon Adjustable Harnesses because they are safer and easier for training Mats-rubber nonslip mats, ie., large thick black mats at Home Depot measuring around 3x3, usually used in garages, restaurants, good for standing on. I like to use them under the dog beds Twin Size Mattresses, X-Large Dog Doors from Home Depot Dog Ramps for loading and unloading to vehicles, tubs, etc. Vehicle Fence/Cage Barrier for large SUV's-need 2 or more Leather/Vinyl Ottomans-prefer large size, used as step for older arthritic animals and also can be used as bed. I like the leather/vinyl for comfort, last a long time, and are easy to clean.... 5 Gallon Buckets Grooming Supplies, Clippers, #10 Oster Blades, Plywood and Wood Fence Pickets/Panels Heavy Duty Long Water Hoses Household Interior Large Trash Cans and Exterior Lg Trash Cans, Heavy Duty Kitchen and Lawn Trash Bags, Commercial Mop Buckets, Mops and Mop Heads Commercial Brooms and Long Handled Dust Pans Poop Scoopers-prefer straight spade wood handled, rakes accepted of course, aluminum get slippery and tend to fatigue the hands Carpenter to build/convert two sets of stairs to have ramps for the elderly and arthritic seniors Please Call: Danielle Snyder (850) 865-9344 (lv message) with any questions or donations! **Monetary Donations** are also accepted and appreciated of course-all monies will go to vet care, vaccinations, spay& neuter, surgeries, heart worm treatments, baths and nail trims, dog food, and more. Donations can be made payable to Danielle Snyder and mailed to P.O. Box 2214, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459 and/or put on account on my behalf at the Village Veterinarian by mail/person to/at 155 Stahlman Ave, Destin, FL 32541or called in via Credit Card to (850) 837-9261, File#98 Danielle Snyder. **I mostly handle dogs but I do get calls and assist with various other animals such as cats/kittens, horses, farm animals, and wild animals. Donations of Litter Boxes, Scoopers, Cat Litter, Purina Cat Food, Purina Kitten Food, Towels, Bowls, Collars, Pet Cat Carriers, Cat/Kitten Toys will also be used or transferred to other rescues where the need is most. Horse items such as good quality feeding hay, treats, bridles, saddles, blankets, feeding pans and containers, grooming supplies, etc and monetary donations. I will distribute overages and unneeded supplies and donations to Alaqua and other rescues in need. **Disclosure**: I have always financed my rescue myself so I have postponed getting incorporated non-for-profit. I have a friend in law who has offered to do it as a donation and I am just waiting for them to get it completed. Once the Incorporation is completed, I will be happy to mail and deliver receipts to all those who donate. Please provide me with your name, address, phone number, and email address when donating so I can mail you receipts and general thank you cards, etc... Please note that I have applied for jobs online ie., monster.com, careerbuilder, panamacityhelpwanted, hotjobs, snagajob, and several direct company sites. Only 2% of these job postings get offered to external applicants. Most companies hire internally or through referral/friends/family ("who you know") and only post the jobs to meet their HR requirements. I have also applied to at least 20 restaurants. I have an excellent resume starting with a B.B.A from UGA concentration in Business/Accounting/Finance/Real Estate and an outstanding work experience background. I am extremely in need of a server, preferably cocktail server position full time, prefer nights only 7 days a week, for the long term and I am wanting to get into restaurant management in the near future. I have applied at Bayou Bills for the reopening of the SRB location. If anyone can refer me to Bill and his management staff, I would be so appreciative. There are just so many job applicants that it has become hard to compete and even quite overwhelming for employers.