The best way to help a rescue dog is

to teach him to help a farmer.

CHANNELING GOOD 2022 FOCUS - PHARM DOG USA

PHARM Dog USA trains rescue dogs to help farmers with disabilities. We think that's pretty great.

Jackie Allenbrand has a lot of respect for farmers. That’s why she founded PHARM Dog USA: to help rescue dogs by giving them an occupation and a home and to help farmers with disabilities to do the many physical tasks running a busy farm requires.

WORKING TO CHANGE THE STATS

19%


Almost 20% of American farmers are living with a disability.*

8


For every farmer living with a disability, there are 8 rescue dogs eagerly waiting for a home.

$5,000


It costs $5,000 to train one dog, including food, vaccines and training costs.

HELP US BUILD A NEW FACILITY

PHARM Dogs has been training dogs for several years, but there is so much more they can do. So many more dogs that need rescuing and many more farmers who could use help of the four-legged kind. In addition to raising awareness, part of the $20,000 Channel is contributing is going towards a new PHARM Dog training facility in Albany, MO. You can help, too.

MEET OUR FARMERS' HELPERS

MAX

Border Collie

  • Great at herding cattle
  • Lives in Oklahoma
  • Loves his new owner
SWEET BABY JO

Border Collie

  • Helps Alda herd cattle
  • Loves Alda
  • Enjoys snuggles and treats
DUKE

Border Collie

  • Lives in Nebraska
  • Loves when Troy scratches him behind the ears
ODIE

Yellow Lab

  • Trained to pick up dropped items
  • Excelled in fetching
  • Loves his owner
ROY

Border Collie

  • Excellent sheep minder
  • The sheep think he's baaaad
SUE

Border Collie

  • Guides livestock where they need to go
  • Enjoys resting at owners' feet after a long day

With Channeling Good, there's no limit to the good we can do.

 

PHARM Dog USA is just one of our causes. Learn more about what Channeling Good has accomplished and how our Channel Seedsmen are Channeling Good in their own communities.

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Channel Seedsmen walk the fields with their customers and provide personalized advice all year long. They work to maximize potential with every product they recommend.

*Based off of 2022 statistics from the ASPCA and 2019 statistics from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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