Come Clean for Cancer: Pet Wash Fundraiser


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Pet Valu and the Animal Cancer Foundation are partnering up once again to combat cancer in dogs, cats and other pets. Over the weekend of May 20-21, all proceeds from Pet Valu’s dog wash stations will be donated to Animal Cancer Foundation. Each dog wash costs $10 and the event will take place at Pet Valu stores nationwide. During last year’s event, a total of $35,000 was raised in just two short days.

 

 “It’s not everyday we can celebrate dirty dogs for a good cause, and our Come Clean for Cancer fundraiser always brings out a ton of customer support,” said Joe Dent, vice president and U.S. general manager for Pet Valu. “As much as everyone loves a good, clean dog, there’s a lot more to be said for a clean bill of health and we are wholly committed to the incredible strides our friends at Animal Cancer Foundation are making every day for pet health.”

 

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