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August 2017
First Annual Community Ice Cream Social a Hit!

Thank You to The Joanie Bernard Foundation!

Our heartfelt thanks go out to The Joanie Bernard Foundation for its generous $50,000 grant to provide veterinary care for cats! 
The Foundation has been a consistent supporter of Pets In Need since the clinic opened in 2013.  We're proud to play a part in its mission of creating a no-kill nation for cats.   Please click here to learn more about The Joanie Bernard Foundation and their vital support of feline welfare...  
Wine Walk Wednesdays on Hyde Park Square

Thank you to everyone who supported Pets In Need by attending  July's  Wine Walk  Wednesday!  Special thank yous to Rejuve Cosmetic and Wellness Center for choosing Pets In Need as a beneficiary and to J.McLaughlin  for generously donating 15% of the evening's sales to Pets In Need. 
Wine Walk Wednesdays on Hyde Park Square take place on the second Wednesday of each month through October. Click here to learn more... 

Dr. Jack's Healthy Pet Gazette:
Don't Wait for a Tragedy to Consider Pet Insurance

Every month, Pets In Need veterinarian and board member Dr. Jack Walkenhorst shares his tips and expertise in Dr. Jack's Healthy Pet Gazette
In my experience as a practicing veterinarian for 35 years, I've found that pet insurance is one of the best investments a pet owner can make for their pet. Almost every pet will suffer a severe and costly injury or illness in his or her lifetime, and not many people have $10,000 lying around in case of an accident. Pet insurance means that a pet owner will never have to choose between optimal care for a pet and finding a way to pay for it. 
Staff Spotlight

We would like to give a tail-wagging welcome to the newest member of the Pets In Need pack, Casey Holcomb! 
Casey became involved with Pets In Need as a clinic volunteer a few months ago. "My grandma used to manage a vet clinic, so when I learned about Pets In Need, I figured they could probably use some volunteers," said Casey. 
Now Casey is one of our Client Services Coordinators. He's a friendly face greeting clients, accepting applications, and more. Casey said he wanted to work at Pets In Need because, "I saw it as an opportunity to do something positive in the world. Although I'm not directly working with the animals, I feel like I'm doing my small part to help them."  
  Saturday, November 18, 2017
7pm - 10:30 pm at The Center
Cocktail buffet | Open bar | Live music
Silent auction: bid on fabulous items, including
20 Painted Pets - cat & dog forms transformed into
one-of-a-kind works of art by Cincinnati artists
Clinic Cuteness 
This cute little ball of sass had no time for nonsense!