Rescue league launches adoption program for military personnel

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Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League has launched an adoption program titled “Pets for Heroes” that recognizes the sacrifices of our military personnel. The program officially kicked off on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

Pets for Heroes offers those who are currently serving or have served in the U.S. military an opportunity to adopt any dog or cat at Peggy Adams at no cost. All adoption fees will be waived and new pet parents will receive free benefits including a training crate or carrier, bed, litter box, collar, leash, toy, food bowls and a Hill’s Pet Nutrition starter bag of food.

In addition, they will also receive free yearly veterinarian exams at Peggy Adams, free training classes and access to Behavior Helpline. Other benefits include lifetime discounts on heartworm testing, heartworm/flea/tick preventives, wellness services and more.

“I could not be prouder of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League for developing the Pets for Heroes program which recognizes the sacrifice and commitment those in the military and their families make for us daily by rewarding them with furever friends,” said Rich Anderson, Peggy Adams executive director and CEO.

For more information on the Pets for Heroes program, go online to peggyadams.org or call (561) 686-3663.

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