Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet Moves National Headquarters to Gatesville, TX

Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet, the all volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit military support organization that supports military service members and veterans, and their pets, is moving.

The Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet National Headquarters is moving to Gatesville, Texas.

The organization purchased 13-acres in Gatesville in June this year, to establish the organization’s first Military, Veteran and Pet Sanctuary.

Linda Spurlin-Dominik, the organization’s founder, is excited and ecstatic about the move. She said it is their first MVP Sanctuary, and it was three years in the making.

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The organization’s new address as of September 1, 2010 is:

Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet
9725 FM 1783
Gatesville, TX 76528-4739

Business Hours: 10AM to 3PM Monday – Friday
CST Office Phone: (254) 248-1818
After Business Hours Phone: (501) 325-1591

“We are ecstatic about the move,” Linda Spurlin-Dominik said. “This move and the establishment of the first MVP Sanctuary are three years in the making. We look forward to settling into the Gatesville community and continuing our mission of supporting the military, veterans and their beloved pets.”

The MVP Sanctuary project website has more information, and accepts donations.

Spurlin-Dominik said State operations will continue normally while the move takes place, but the organization asks that people be patient about response times if they contact the national office. Operations are expected to return to normal on September 1, 2010.

About Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet

Spurlin-Dominik says Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet is an ALL volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit military support organization supporting military service members, veterans and their beloved pets through their “Foster Home” and “Military Pet Assistance” programs. Their aim is to reunite pets and their owners after deployment or an emergency hardship.

More information on providing a foster home, becoming a volunteer, or making a donation to Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet, is available at the website

Also find the organization on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube!

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