Adopt a Personal Trainer – PRAI Beauty Pays Your Adoption Fee

Dust off those leg warmers, because LifeLine Animal Project invites you to get keep your resolution to get in shape. They’re doing it, 80’s style. Their theme is “Let’s Get Physical”. Pet adoptions fees are waived on December 29 and 30, sponsored by Prai Beauty!
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Claudia, dressed as Jane Fonda, is available for adoption and ready to help you work out.
Karen Hirsch, Public Relations Director at LifeLine Animal Project share with WagBrag that, “county shelters in the metro Atlanta area are more crowded than ever”, so if you are wanting to get a pet this holiday season please think about adopting.”


DECEMBER 29th AND 30th 

 Adopt a Personal Trainer (Pet), and Prai Beauty will pay your Adoption Fee!   

 (Atlanta, GA – December 22, 2017)  If you’re serious about getting healthier in 2017, studies show that your best personal trainer may have four legs!  And LifeLine Animal Project is making it easy for you to adopt your own personal trainer, by offering fee-waived adoptions at their four shelters on December 29 and 30.  The adoption event is being generously sponsored by PRAI Beauty.

According to numerous studies, including one at Michigan State University, not only are dog owners more likely to take regular walks, but dog owners are more active overall than people who don’t have dogs. Another study from the University of Missouri showed that retired people saw a much greater improvement in fitness when walking with a dog than walking with another person. And, according to The American Heart Association, people who own any pet have a reduced risk for heart disease, visit the doctor less, have lower levels of stress and live longer than people who don’t.  So no more excuses!  Adopt a pet for a healthier life!

Lifeline Animal Project’s shelters will be open for free adoptions on the following dates and times:

 ·         LifeLine Dog House & Kitty Motel: 129 Lake Street, Avondale Estates, Friday, December 29, and Saturday, December 30, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (404) 292-8800.

 ·         DeKalb County Animal Services: 3280 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Chamblee, Friday, December 29, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., and Saturday, December 30, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (404) 292-2996.

 ·         Lifeline Cat Adoption Center: 3172 E Ponce de Leon Avenue, Scottsdale, Friday, December 29, and Saturday, December 30, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.(404) 549-8442.

 ·         Fulton County Animal Services: 860 Marietta Blvd NW, Atlanta, Friday, December 29, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Saturday, December 30, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (404) 613-0358.

PRAI Beauty – National Campaign To Help Homeless Animals

Cathy Kangas, CEO and Founder of PRAI Beauty, said that adoption fees will be paid for by PRAI Beauty as part of its national campaign to help homeless animals. The company’s “Free the Shelters” initiative was launched by PRAI Beauty in May and to date has helped more than 1,500 animals get adopted at 21 private and municipal shelters across the country.  Cathy Kangas is a member of the Board of Directors of the Humane Society of the United States.

Cathy Kangas will announce the partnership with Lifeline Animal Project during her appearance December 28th on HSN, where she sells PRAI Beauty, her successful skincare line that donates a portion of every sale to helping animals.

“We pride ourselves in being first at PRAI Beauty and ‘Free the Shelters’ is no exception,” Kangas said.  “We are starting a movement.  Shelter animals can be pedigree or mutts, young or old…they’re all perfect and need to find a good home.  Shelters should be short-term foster homes rather than a long-term jail sentence for companion animals.”


PRAI Beauty is one of the fastest growing beauty companies in the world, where charitable giving is built into every sale.  Our effective, affordable products are made in the USA and certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny.  We devote a portion of every sale to protecting animals through our PRAI for Paws initiative.

WagBrag’s co-founder, Russ Boles, has a deep history in animal rescue and welfare. For the past 12 years, Russ has served in various roles with Atlanta-based animal advocacy organizations focused on rescue, training and education. In addition, Russ led a local rescue volunteer team into New Orleans immediately after Hurricane Katrina, assisting in efforts to rescue and care for stranded animals. This experience changed his life, and animal rescue and advocacy will always be a part of everything he does.