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From 9 January 2000 Issue

PETsMART Charities To Sponsor Spay Day USA

PETsMART Charities, the nonprofit entity of PETsMART, the 570-plus superstore retailer based in Phoenix, will help sponsor the 6th annual Spay Day USA event on February 29. Spay Day USA, organized by the Doris Day Animal League, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting increased protection for animals, has been responsible for altering more than 350,000 dogs and cats since its inception in 1995.

"Our mission is to eliminate euthanasia as a means of controlling to pet population," said Joyce Briggs, PETsMART Charities executive director. "We are pleased to join in the important Spay Day USA campaign to raise awareness of the critical need to reduce the birth rate and save the lives of companion animals."

PETsMART also will donate gift certificates as a part of a contest to encourage individuals, veterinary clinics, and humane organizations to report their participation so that DDAL can accurately document the results from the campaign's efforts. Winners will be able to spend their certificates at their local PETsMART store or online at PETsMART.com

Source: Pet Product News

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