Support from Our LA Politicians
Billy Nungesser, Lieutenant Governor
Furry Friends Animal Hospital
Doggoneexpress uses the services of Dr. Riedel, DVM, at Furry Friends Animal Hospital in Harvey, LA. 504.366.6060
Brothers and Sisters in Arms
Brothers and Sisters in Arms is a non-profit organization located near Fort Polk, Louisiana. The organization's primary goal is to improve quality of life for our active duty soldiers, military veterans, and their special-needs dependents by providing them with highly trained Service Dogs.
Phil Ruddock, founder of Brothers and Sisters in Arms Dog Training, INC, is a Desert Storm veteran with PTSD and TBI. His Service Dog, Mia, has helped him regain a sense of normality after many years of suffering from PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Since 1991, he has advocated for improved mental health resources and access to trained PTSD Service Dogs for active duty military members, veterans, and first responders. He has worked with several organizations that train Service Dogs, but saw a need in the Fort Polk area and decided to create Brothers And Sisters In Arms Dog Training, INC to fill that need.
Petcetera is New Orleans’ original full-service pet boutique, and is a locally-owned store nestled in the Garden District on historic Magazine Street. Petcetera has something for shoppers of all budgets while offering unique, diverse, quality merchandise in a fun environment. We are pleased to support our Louisiana artists who provide us with clothing, collars, dishes, furnishings, portraits, and other accessories. Besides toys, treats, and collars, Petcetera carries seven lines of natural pet food for your convenience and your pet’s nutritional health. At Petcetera, we love what we do, and we want to share that with you and your pet. Our experienced sales staff is waiting to assist you. We look forward to meeting you and your pet. 504.269.8711
Pizza Hut, a fund-raising DoggoneExpress partner, believes in not only representing a great product and creating jobs for many New Orleanians, but we also believe in giving back to our communities through our efforts with literacy and youth programs, helping the homeless, and other community outreach.
Marco is an independent filmmaker who is a senior at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. While honing his craft in all aspects of directing, cinemtography, and editing, he is working on a documentary that highlights the Big House to Your House program. He has created several short films that can be seen here, on his Vimeo page.