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September 2017 Newsletter
Events to 
Benefit PEF
Mini-Vet School 
October 3,10,17,24,31
7:00-9:00 PM

Medaille College
18 Agassiz Circle

$60 for five-class series
$20 for one class

Tickets can be purchased by emailing
Bark-Tober Fest
October 23
6:00-9:30 PM

Sportsmen's Tavern
330 Amherst St

$10 donation

Tickets can be purchased at Ellicott Small Animal Hospital and West Side Pet Clinic.
Other Local 
Pet-Related Events
Paws in the Park
Proceeds benefit the SPCA of Erie County

September 23
9:30 AM Check-In
11:00 AM Walk 

Beaver Island St Park
2136 W. Oakfield Road

Click here for more information and to register.

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Mini-Vet School 2017
The Mini-Veterinary School is a five-week series of lectures by the most accomplished and dynamic veterinarians in the area.  It is presented by the Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society and hosted by Medaille College in Buffalo, NY.  A portion of the proceeds benefit the Pet Emergency Fund.

Classes take place on Tuesday evenings (October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31) from 7-9 PM in Medaille College's Main Building Lecture Hall at 18 Agassiz Circle.

Registration is required. Cost for the 2017 Series is $60 per person. Individual dates are $20 (reduced rates for students & seniors). Registration is limited to 250 people. 

Click here  for more information & a list of class topics.
Contact to register.
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Sign up with Amazon Smile  and they will give .5% to PEF for qualified purchases. Purchasers need to go to  first and enter Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society Pet Emergency Fund Inc.  the first time and then it will be automatic.
Volunteers Needed!
PEF is always looking for new volunteers!  If interested, email
Pet Emergency Preparedness Plan
The likelihood that you and your animals will survive an emergency depends largely on emergency planning done today.  In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, now is a great time to think about preparing a pet emergency plan.  Click here to read more on FEMA/ASPCA's recommendations for a pet emergency plan.