The Forest Preserve District of Will County announced last week that it still had a limited quantity of 2020 canine calendars on sale at WillCountyDogs.org.
The calendars are sold on a first-come, first-served basis until the supply is gone, according to a district news release.
The Forest Preserve also said that residents still can order a calendar for the dog lovers on their holiday shopping list.
The calendar features dogs of all shapes and sizes and information on the Forest Preserve’s dog parks.
Proceeds from sales of the calendars will benefit the Will County Humane Society, the oldest no-kill shelter in the county, according to the release.
The Humane Society has been providing care for stray animals for more than 40 years. The nonprofit shelter receives no federal or local government funding and relies entirely on donations.
The calendar also contains fun facts and anecdotes about all the dogs chosen for each month’s main photo, including a dog that survived a tornado, according to the release.
There is also a dog featured that provides emotional support to its owner, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and one popular pup with its own Instagram account and more than 2,000 followers.
Calendars cost $15 each, with about $10 from each sale going to benefit the humane society. All orders will be shipped within one to two working days of the order’s placement.