- Posted March 24, 2014 by
Daniel Palmier Donates $25,000 to the Buddy Dog Humane Society
Daniel Palmier, the founder and CEO of UC Funding, LLC, a real estate financing, asset management, and loan structuring company, based in Boston, donated $25,000 to the Buddy Dog Humane Society. Dan Palmier, of Boston with the help of his daughter Elisa V. Palmier, is committed to expand the services of the society.
The Buddy Dog Humane Society was named after Buddy, a longtime companion dog of its founder and was originally established to save stray dogs from destruction and laboratory experiments. Over the years. the society expanded its services to include cats, as well. The main goal of the Buddy Dog Humane Society is to find responsible and permanent homes for all the animals in its care by facilitating adoptions and matching owners with a friend for life. Although the society focuses its efforts on the caring and placement of stray, homeless and unwanted cats and dogs in suitable homes, it also promotes the healthy care of stray dogs and cats through education to the attention of the citizens of Massachusetts. As an example, euthanasia is never practiced unless it is considered more humane to do so.
The society is a premiere animal humane organization in metropolitan Boston. Potential pet owners are invited to come visit the shelter and see the beautiful “buddies” awaiting new homes and to introduce more people to the animal shelter. The shelter is located on a beautiful and easily accessible site on Route 20 in Sudbury, Massachusetts. The adoption center provides ventilated, heated/air conditioned and comfortable housing, ran by compassionate and competent staff and volunteers, has nutritious and balanced pet food, and excellent veterinary care. All pets have complete shots and neutered before being released to new pet owners. For more information, you can find Buddy Dog Humane Society at http://www.buddydoghs.com. Dan Palmier and his daughter, Elisa Palmier are committed to the cause of helping impounded and homeless dogs and cats have a new lease on life through the Buddy Dog Humane Society’s shelter and animal adoption center. Thanks to the help of its volunteers and supporters, more dogs and cats are being adopted and able to live happier lives with their loving families.
Daniel Palmier also understands the serious nature of cardiac arrest. As a result, Dan Palmier of Boston is also currently mobilizing substantial aid to communities in Haiti with a particular emphasis on their hospital’s cardiac arrest services.
Daniel Palmier and his family also participate in charities in association with the local community as well as around the world. Dan Palmier and his wife and children are committed to making a difference in the world.