Pet Valu Presents a Check for $40,000 to America’s VetDogs

America's VetDogs - Always lending a helping "paw."

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South Setauket, NY - April 16, 2014 - Who: Pet Valu and America's VetDogs
What: America's VetDogs to receive a $40,000 donation from Pet Valu's fundraising efforts during the month of March, 2014.
When: Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 11:00 a.m.
Where: Pet Valu Store, Nicoll’s Plaza, 256 Pond Path, South Setauket, NY 11720, Phone # 631.285.3708
During the month of March, 2014, Pet Valu worked to build awareness and raise funds for the honorable services provided by New York based, America’s VetDogs. America’s VetDogs is a non-profit organization devoted to providing assistance dogs and training to disabled veterans of all eras at no charge to them.
Exceeding their initial goal to raise $25,000, Pet Valu will be presenting America's VetDogs with a check for $40,355.43. In attendance will be, Joe Dent, Vice President US General Manager of Pet Valu and Wells Jones, CEO of America's VetDogs. You are invited to attend this ceremony and interview all parties. We are certain your audience would love to learn how they can get involved.
About Pet Valu
Pet Valu is a leading specialty retailer of organic, holistic, and premium pet food, supplies and treats at competitive prices. Every Pet Valu team member is certified in pet nutrition and is ready to provide expert advice on how to best care for your pet. The Pet Valu family is heavily involved in their community, teaming up with animal rescues and adoption programs, and fundraising for animal shelters. For more information, visit or call 1-800-PET-VALU (738-8258).
About America’s VetDogs® – the Veteran’s K-9 Corps®
America’s VetDogs ( provides guide, service and assistance dogs to disabled veterans and active duty personnel; physical and occupational therapy dogs for VA and military hospitals; and combat stress control dogs to be deployed overseas. It is the premier provider of assistance dogs for disabled veterans and the military. America’s VetDogs began as a project of the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind to expand its programs and services for veterans, and became an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in 2005.