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Canines of all kinds got their sniff on during the K9 Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Pet Nanny's Place. The purpose of this unique event was to raise funds to purchase Pet Rescue Mask Kits for Capital City Fire and Rescue. In typical Juneau fashion, it rained cats and dogs, but that didn't stop the hounds from hunting wholesome treats supplied by Mud Bay Granary encased in colorful egg shells. With the help of generous donations from the participants and the kind support from our corporate donors and other sponsors, Juneau's five fire stations will receive ten complete Pet Rescue Mask kits, enough to outfit each of the frontline fire and emergency vehicles.
It is with gratitude we thank the following supporters:
Mendenhall Auto Center, Southeast Alaska Animal Medical Center, Mud Bay Granary, For Healthy Dogs and Cats, Olympia, WA, Grateful Dogs of Juneau, Invisible Fence of the Greatland, Juneau Empire, KTOO and Jeff Brown, Dale Young and Tricia Cunningham-Young, Georgene Wallin, Steven and Tracye Eason, Kate, Faith, Hope, Joyeux Durket, Robert Shaw, Kristen Lancaster, Gavin Sivertsen Harris, Judi and Corey Perin, Kristen Bomengen and Mo Hicks, Destiny Sargeant and Family, Anne-Marie Puustinen, Jeremy and Tisha Gieser, Carol and Philip D'Andrea, Terry Toon, Izabel Bowers, Leonard and Sara Verrelli, Theresa Williams, Marjorie Kibby, Weldon Else, Jennie Lowenstein, Rebecca Shockley, Audrey Sigel Kohler, Barbara and James Friday, Breauna Holloway, Alexandra Crowder, our Anonymous Donors, and all the participants of Pet Nanny's Place Canine Easter Egg Hunt.
Thank you, everyone. Your kind support extends your care and concern for our community's pets and has accomplished getting this important rescue equipment to every fire station.
Laura Else and your friends at Pet Nanny's Place