|Address||London, ON N6P1H3
|For Sale By||Owner|
Golden Opportunity Assistance Dogs is looking for 3 used plastic picnic tables (Little tikes or Step 2 or Playskool) that could be donated to us or sold for $10 or less.
We use these in our play yards as steps up to larger adult size picnic tables where the dogs love to sit and relax. While they can jump onto the adult picnic tables, we prefer they take steps up to them so as not to stress their joints and have found these Little Tikes or Step 2 or Playskool plastic picnic tables are the exact right height to do this.
The tables however must be the larger sized ones with tops measuring between 35-39 inches so that they span and rest against the legs of the adult tables so they don't move when the dogs jump up on them. You will see this in the photos attached.
If anyone has any old ones they are no longer using, would you consider donating them to us to help keep our dogs safe and agile? The dogs don't care if they are faded, they just need to be sturdy.
We can pick them up anywhere in the city of London or close by.
We ALSO are in need of more of the adult size plastic picnic tables as shown in the photos as some have been damaged and need to be replaced. Again, fading doesn't matter but they must be oblong (not round) so they can rest against a fence for stability and must be solid with no cracks or pieces broken.
Thanks for helping London's local service dogs! It enables us to help people with physical disabilities here in our own city.
Have a "golden" day!
PS. Check out the events page on our website for 2 upcoming fundraiser events happening Saturday, November 5th from 9am-1pm at Byron United Church. HUGE indoor Pre-Christmas garage sale and at the same time our big Santa Paws Throne will be onsite to take Pet "elf" photos and enlist your pets to help in our annual "12 Days of Christmas" campaign.
Also listed on the events page is a link to the Pet CPR and First Aid courses we offer to the public as another type of fundraiser. Treat your pet to some peace of mind knowing you have the skills to be able to help them in a medical emergency. Here's the link: