Planned Pethood Celebrates 40 years of Rescue

. September 10, 2019.
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These days, we all know the importance of spaying and neutering pets to prevent the overpopulation of dogs and cats, but this issue wasn’t always common knowledge. In the Toledo area, the movement was first organized in the 1960s and 1970s, with one local organization emerging as an invaluable resource. Since 1979, Planned Pethood has been an animal rights leader providing a foster-based resource to make sure dogs and cats live in loving homes. Celebrate the organization’s important work at the Planned Pethood 40th Birthday Bash. With pet products, services, family-friendly activities, and more. A special 40% off birthday rate for adoptions of dogs and cats will be available at the event.

11am-2pm | Saturday, September 14
Carpenters Local 351 Union Hall, 9278 Bass Pro Blvd.,
419-826-3499 | Plannedpethood.org | Free