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EPIL-K9 Friends & Family Calendars

Dear Friends - We have produced calendars for sale to benefit Emma's fund for many years but are currently unable to do so. Here you will find many of the past calendars. We hope you will enjoy browsing the pictures of our brave epi-warriors.

Rhonda's epi Lily and non-epi Huck (North Carolina)

to see a SNEEK PEEK of the 2021 Calendar!

To see past years' calendars: 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020

2021 EPIL-K9 Family & Friends Calendar.

Every year since 2004 Marion, with the help of members of the list, has created a calendar with photos of your dogs both epi, non epi, Angel dogs, and owners with their dogs. We also like to use holiday & seasonal photos - in fact any cute photos of your dogs. We love to have active pictures so that people can see that epi dogs can live a normal life. The photos need to be large & in color.

Please send original photos to Marion along with the dog's name, owners' name(s), and location.

This is the 18th Calendar that we have offered since 2004.

Calendars are $22.00 USD for USA/Canada Residents* - a percentage of which is a tax deducible** donation to Emma's Fund and Wally's Fund. The calendars are high quality, glossy and best of all they feature real dogs (and their friends) from the EPIL-K9 list! Buy one for your home and one for the office or they make excellent gifts, especially for your vet!

This is our one big fundraising project of the year. Every year we send over $5000 to Emma's fund at North Carolina State University Vet School Dept of Neurology. Dr Karen Munana and her team have done a tremendous amount of work on Keppra and some of our dogs have been involved in the research. In our small way we are really helping in this important research.

Thank you to everyone who has bought a calendar in the past!


*Non USA/Canada residents will be charged shipping according to their country.

**The amount that is tax deductible will be announced at the end of the year.


Page last update: 03/30/2022 aap

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