|[December 04, 2013]
The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center at Dublin Holiday Pet Food Drive to Benefit Capital Area Humane Society
DUBLIN, Ohio --(Business Wire)--
The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center (OSUVMC) at Dublin
is on a mission this holiday season to ensure that sheltered pets have
plenty of food, toys, and supplies.
The First Annual OSUVMC at Dublin Pet Food Drive - benefiting the
Capital Area Humane Society - will be held December 3 - 23, 2013 at the
hospital, located at 5020 Bradenton Ave., Dublin, Ohio 43017, (614)
889-8070. Donations are accepted 24/7.
"Due to anticipated harsh winter weather conditions, the Capital Area
Humane Society will face many challenges with local pets in need of
their help," said Heidi Shull, MBA, OSUVMC at Dublin Practice
Administrator. "The Humane Society is a tremendous benefit to our
community, and we're asking the public to contribute food, treats, toys,
blankets, leashes, among many other items to help dogs and cats who
aren't fortunate enough to have a family to care for them. We are
honored to spearhead this special event and are open 24/7 to accept
No gift is too small and every gift makes a difference. A complete list
of necessary items can be found at: http://www.cahs-pets.org/get_involved/wish_list.htm.
All donations will be delivered to the Humane Society on December 23.
About OSUVMC at Dublin
The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center at Dublin is a 24/7
emergency and specialty hospital. In addition to ER services that are
open to the public, critical care, internal medicine, surgery, and
diagnostic imaging services are provided by board-certified specialists
via referral from family veterinarians. Immediate access to our
colleagues in other disciplines at the VMC Columbus, located on The Ohio
State campus, is also available. Being an integral part of a renowned
academic institution offers the community world-class medical expertise,
leading edge therapies, state-of-the-art equipment, and a compassionate
team dedicated to providing the best care possible. For more
information, visit http://vet.osu.edu/vmc-dublin.
About Capital Area Humane Society
For 130 years, the Capital Area Humane Society (CAHS) has been
sheltering homeless animals, fighting animal cruelty and neglect, and
offering programs to address the needs of animals in the community. CAHS
relies solely on the support of private donors and volunteers to fund
their efforts. For additional information, visit http://www.cahs-pets.org.
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