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Donations Needed For Hungry Bowl Pet Food Drive

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GEORGETOWN, Del. - Don't forget our fury friends during the holidays!

For your Spot LLC is hosting the Hungry Bowl Pet Food Drive.  All donations go towards helping animals at local pet rescue centers.  You can drop off your donation at the following locations:


Seaford Animal Hospital - Seaford
Wash-N-Wag - Lewes
The Pampered Pet Grooming Salon - Rehoboth
Western Sussex Animal Hospital - Bridgeville
Claire's Pet Salon - Millsboro
Tractor Supply - Seaford
Selbyville Pet & Garden Center - Selbyville
Maplewood Dental Associates - Lewes


Food will be collected until December 12th. For more information, contact Jennifer Stevenson of For Your Spot at (302)494-9449 or foryourspotllc@hotmail.com.    

 


     

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