A dog owner, who rescued her doggo from an Anaheim animal shelter, came up with an organization to be able to give dog oxygen masks. She did this because her adopted doggo was rescued by Southern California firefighters during a wildfire in 2017.
– A dog owner adopted a dog in 2017.
– The dog was rescued from a wildfire.
– The dog owner made a foundation in order to…
The dog she adopted, a Great Dane/Lab mix, was placed at the animal shelter in hopes that someone would come forward and claim him. However, that never happened so the dog was put up for adoption. Later, Debra Jo Chiapuzio, saw the dog and adopted it. The rescued doggo was then given the name Emma Zen because she is “super mellow, super sweet, easygoing, and very adventurous.”
Even before adopting Emma Zen, she was already giving support to those who suffered from burns and those who had cancer. She began with donating 17 pet oxygen masks to the Anaheim Fire Department and even trained the firefighters how to use them. Later, she launched Emma Zen Foundation and the main goal through this organization is to distribute as much pet oxygen masks as possible.
As of today, more than 7,500 pet oxygen masks have been distributed through the Emma Zen Foundation.
Read more of the amazing story by Judy Cole at – https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/