Camp W.O.W., located in Murray, Kentucky, has started a summer project that will help countless low-income dog owners provide doghouses for their pets. It is the goal of the camp director, Mark Anderson, to build dozens of doghouses this camping season and donate them to the Humane Society of Calloway County. The Humane Society will then distribute them to low-income pet owners. Paschall Truck Lines is getting in on the project too by supplying warehouse space to store the doghouses until they are given to a needy pet owner. With the passing of new animal ordinances in Calloway County that requires dog owners to provide shelter for their animals, the Humane Society expects the number of requests for housing assistance to go up. Campers and staff at Camp W.O.W. have already constructed several doghouses for various size dogs. The houses even have a hinged roof to allow for easy cleaning, placement of bedding into the house and ease of entry in the unfortunate event that an injured animal enters the house and is reluctant to come out. The generousity of of Camp W.O.W. and Paschall Truck Lines will make the life of dozens of dogs more comfortable and safe.