Shannon Baird with Bella Rose from “Life is Good Now Small Dog Adoptions” came to the Adopt a Pet event at the Aldergrove Bosley’s pet store on Saturday

Show some love for the little critters

“Life is Good Now Small Dog Adoptions” came to the Adopt a Pet event at the Aldergrove Bosley’s pet store

Shannon Baird with Bella Rose from “Life is Good Now Small Dog Adoptions” came to the Adopt a Pet event at the Aldergrove Bosley’s pet store on Saturday, April 12.

April is “Pet Appreciation Month” at Bosley’s by Pet Valu.

Now in its fourth year, Pet Appreciation Month raises money and supplies to support abandoned, homeless and abused animals in communities across Canada. One hundred per cent of the products and dollars are donated to local pet charities, rescues and shelters. In B.C., Bosley’s supports more than 60 local organizations. A complete list can be viewed online at www.bosleys.com/organizations.

“With the help of our customers and fellow pet lovers we’ve raised more than one million dollars and found forever homes for more than 6,500 pets in need,” says Julie Johnston, VP Merchandising & Marketing.

See website: www.lifeisgoodadoptions.com or www.bosleys.com  for information.

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