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April 26, 2016

Petland, Inc. has named the Heartland Canines for Veterans organization one of its national charities.

Heartland Canines for Veterans is a 501c3 organization that provides companion, service and therapy dogs for disabled veterans.

“Since 1967, Petland’s focus has been matching the right pet to the right customer and enhancing the human animal bond,” said Elizabeth Kunzelman, Director of Public Affairs. “We are very pleased and honored to support the work of Heartland Canines for Veterans and are grateful to be able to help enhance a veteran’s life with a furry best friend and companion.”

The average cost to raise and train each service dog is $7,200. Petland, Inc. has committed to supporting the cost of one dog per year for five years.

Veterans can go to www.heartlandk9s.org for more information and to fill out an initial application.

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