Kupper brings a lifelong dedication to animals and their welfare. The Indiana native volunteers as an assistant dog trainer with Doggone Connection companion dog training. His dogs, Jackson and Brewser, are active volunteers with Paws & Think, participating in the Glendale Library reading program. He has also volunteered at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Utah. Kupper is a business development/
Paws & Think also debuted their new branding initiatives, including a new logo, motto (Unleashing Potential) and website, www.PawsandThink.org. “Our rebranding is new and improved, but our longtime focus of serving the at-risk community remains the same,” said Kupper. “We look forward to developing new programs and relationships that will positively affect more lives, both canine and human, in Indianapolis. We are ready to move into 2013 with a purpose that is stronger than ever.”
Lynn Wilson served as Paws & Think’s Interim Director following the passing of founder and Executive Director, Gayle Hutchens, in 2011.