Company: Lucky Dog Rescue
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Dee M. Alschuler, President at Lucky Dog Rescue, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in animal care and rescue.
Since 2004, Ms. Altschuler has provided superior service as director and president of Lucky Dog Rescue, Inc., a premier all-volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing dogs off the euthanasia list of high kill shelters in the Phoenix metropolitan area, getting them spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped, and adopt them out to new homes. In addition, Lucky Dog Rescue rehabilitates and trains dogs that need special attention and helps educate the public about the responsibilities of being a pet owner, including the importance of spaying and neutering, vaccinations, licensing, nutrition and proper hygiene. In a similar vein, since 2018 Ms. Altschuler has also excelled since 2018 as a pet CPR and first aid instructor with Pet Emergency Education, which provides animal CPR, first aid and emergency response training to veterinary and animal professionals, pet owners and emergency responders. From 2015 to 2020, she made an impact as a state council member of the Humane Society of the United States.
Ms. Alschuler obtained a Bachelor of Science and in 1984 a Master of Science in botany and biology from the University of Louisville in Kentucky. She is certified as an emergency medical technician (EMT); in animal first aid; and a first responder. In addition to her pet care and rescue activities, she has prospered as a designer and manager for Accent Productions/The Phoenician in Scottsdale from 1997 to 2005. She has also served since 1999 as the owner of JackPanic Productions, which offers tour support and management for rockabilly bands and solo artists, and United States booking agent for The Booze Bombs, a popular German rockabilly group. Ms. Alschuler, a guitarist for over two decades, used her connections in the entertainment business to build a stellar reputation in entertainment booking.
As a career highlight, Ms. Alschuler cites one of the dogs that she has rescued who was trapped in a coyote trap. He was brought with the trap to a local pound in New Mexico. Veterinarians were able to remove the trap and save the dog’s paw. The dog was adopted by a friend of hers who used to run a laboratory rescue who lives a couple of streets away. In the coming years, Ms. Altschuler intends to improve her grant writing skills and obtain more sponsors to support the animal rescue.
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