Zuber Realty’s Pet Food Drive Fills the Shelves of Logan’s Heroes

In celebration of National Pet Insurance Month in September, Zuber Realty and Zuber Insurance have teamed up with Logan’s Heroes Animal Rescue, East Greenville, Pennsylvania, to restock shelves of food and supplies that benefit a variety of animals that have lost their homes.

“Logan Heroes was so grateful to receive our donation,” noted Agent and Community Outreach Committee Chair Judy Dolansky. “We filled their dog food storage cabinet with over 100 different items ranging from dog and cat food to treats, bunny beds, toys, and bedding,” she continued.

“We are especially grateful to the Ladies Auxiliary of the Liberty Fire Company, New Berlinville, Pennsylvania, and K-9 Cottage, a doggie daycare center, Pottstown, Pennsylvania for their generosity,” Jokarol Zuber, certified insurance advisor for Zuber Insurance added.

The Zuber Insurance Bureau was the drop-off point in Boyertown for donations. The Zuber Realty satellite office in Royersford has offered a second location. “Our Boyertown insurance office was so full of donations that we happily accepted,” Zuber said. “It was very heartwarming and showed the love and loyalty people feel towards their pets.”

Ashley Jechunk, TriCounty PLUS Evaluation Service Officer; Kristen Barringer, founder of Logan’s Heroes; Judy Dolansky, Agent and Chair of the Richard A. Zuber Realty Community Outreach Committee.

“The Mutts-N-Munchies event, held in East Greenville on October 2, 2021, provided a fun day out for dogs and their families with great food, vendors, pet photos and dog treats,” said agent Alison Heist. Free reusable food trucks and shopping bag provided. Complimentary doggie bag, water bowl and special dog treats were provided with VIP passport purchase during the event.

“Pets are family; Feeding and caring for them are essential services. And sometimes, when times are tough, a little extra help with pet food and supplies is needed for dogs, cats, small animals, and livestock,” Dolansky Show.

“Like the rest of our family, our pets sometimes need medical care, and it can be expensive,” noted JoCarol Zuber, certified insurance consultant. “Pet insurance helps remove financial barriers from pet care decisions, and there are a variety of plans that suit different needs.

For more information about pet insurance, visit the Zuber Insurance website, www.zuberinsurance.com; Call 610-323-3300, or email JoCarol Zuber or Collette Moyer: [email protected].

Animal Rescue Logan Heroes
Logan’s Heroes Animal Rescue was founded by Chris Barringer, an experienced animal rescuer and also a humanely trained police officer in Pennsylvania, in 2014 to help rescue surplus numbers of unwanted commercial breeder dogs and those in oversized kill shelters. The organization relies on their dogs to give the dogs the time they need to find the right match for a forever home. The rescue is named after a beloved late German Shepherd puppy named Logan who was cared for by Baringer many years ago.

Baringer’s 20 years of experience in animal rescue has helped the nonprofit organization grow rapidly beginning in December 2014. The organization expanded from only dogs and cats as the organization moved from her home to a 54-acre farm with the goal of providing safety for the larger animals – horses, cows, and pot-bellied pigs.

Logan’s Heroes Farm aims to expand rescue efforts for farm animals. Their plan includes adding more shelters and fencing for larger animals such as horses, cows, goats and pigs. The organization has already secured approval from the town to add another barn, an indoor yard, a riding rink and a sanitary field for new arrivals to prevent the spread of disease. Once these buildings are in place, the organization will look for a mental health professional to help them build a veterans program using rescued farm animals as a form of therapy.

Fundraising in progress, Logan Heroes’ first farm project is the Pig Pen and Friends project. The goal of the project is to raise $100,000 to rebuild a dilapidated building on the farm to safely house more belly pigs, add more fencing and more fencing to save the three cows, (Ella, Julien, and Amber) and build a new barn for Nemo who is a big pig in the market that survived From a fire two years ago. So far, the salvage operation has raised $25,000 for the project and construction of the first phase is scheduled to begin in January 2022. Donations are always accepted and are necessary to continue the rescue effort. Logan’s Heroes Animal Rescue is a fully volunteer organization and volunteers are always needed and welcomed to help the organization grow.

“Support for larger animals is hard to come by, but my 20-year vision is to leave a legacy of helping all animals in need while providing a safe place for veterans to work and heal, as needed, from the traumas they have experienced from their service to our country.”

The current Baringer Zoo has 2 dogs, 4 sibling dogs, and 4 sibling cats. Rescue currently supports animals in more than 40 nursing homes. Logan’s Heroes Animal Rescue can have up to 80 dogs and cats in foster care, and supports 3 horses, a pony, a young horse, three cows, two goats, eight potted belly pigs, and Nemo, the big pig on the farm. Donations can be made at the Logan’s Heroes Animal Rescue website www.LHARinc.org or by mailing a check to Logan’s Heroes Animal Rescue 9411 Kings Highway, East Greenville, PA 18041.

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