People helping pets

Thursday, November 30, 2017
The Pet Angel Tree at the Kennett Veterinary Clinic located at 1704 St. Francis Street is up and waiting for donations. Donations can be monetary, bedding, cleaning supplies, leashes, collars and blankets. All donations are greatly appreciated.
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At this holiday time of year, we think about giving and receiving gifts, and about helping those in need. Kennett’s Humane Officers, Tena Petix and Kayla Gozell, have been going the extra mile to help the animals in their care. Dr. Everett Mobley and the team at Kennett Veterinary Clinic are helping them help again this year with “The Pet Angel Tree.”

During the month of December, you can bring a donation for the shelter animals to Kennett Veterinary Clinic at 1704 Saint Francis Street on the west end of Kennett. Donations can be monetary, bedding (like towels or blankets), cleaning supplies, paper towels, food dishes, or dog collars and leashes. They are in particular need of leashes, collars, newspapers and blankets. When you bring in a donation, your name will go up on the The Pet Angel Tree, and you will receive a $5.00 credit toward your own pet’s next examination at Kennett Veterinary Clinic.

For the last seven Decembers, clients responded by donating generously. We’d love to see even more this year.

So help the animals (and help your own pet) by bringing a donation to The Pet Angel Tree at Kennett Veterinary Clinic, on Saint Francis St., on the west side of Kennett.

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