Site will be the future home for pets of deployed soldiers.

Hot Springs, AR, April 26, 2010 – Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet announced today the official site for the establishment of the organization’s first “Military & Veterans Pet” (MVP) Sanctuary. The site consists of 13 acres west of Fort Hood in Gatesville, TX and will be the future home of a pet care facility, the organization’s National Office and room for events to support the troops, their families and their pets. Receiving word that the organization’s offer was accepted by the seller to buy the land marks a major milestone in Phase I of the MVP Sanctuary project.

“This is a big day for the organization and we are asking for everyone’s continued support to get the word out,” said Linda Spurlin‐Dominik, Founder/CEO of the organization. “We also want to extend an invitation to those who wish to make a donation so we can complete the second half of Phase I.”

According to Ms. Spurlin‐Dominik, purchasing the property is a major milestone, but only half of Phase I for the overall project which was announced in February 2007. Donations can be made online at the MVP Sanctuary website via PayPal (

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About Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet:

Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit Federal Tax Exempt public charity supporting the United States’ military service members, veterans, and their beloved pets through programs aimed at reuniting pets with their owners following a deployment to harm’s way (combat or peace‐keeping or humanitarian mission) or an unforeseen emergency hardship.