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June Adoption Clinic & Microchipping - Concord

Saturday June 19, 2010 Petco in Concord across from Concord Mills Mall located at 8070 Concord Mills Blvd, Concord (Exit 49 off I-85) is holding a pet adoption day from 11 am until 2 pm. The event will be conducted by Project Halo and pets are welcome at Petco. Bring your pets and see if you can find a new friend to adopt for your current pet or just to adopt a new one. Adoptions are a great way to help an animal out and they bring joy to the home.  Microchipping is $20.

To see other Project Halo Adoption events and animals for adoption: Project Halo

Project HALO is a non-profit, NO-KILL rescue organization based in Charlotte, N.C. They are a 100% volunteer organization and are privately funded. Without volunteers and private donations they would not exist. They rescue homeless, stray and unwanted dogs. They take care of all the vet work including shots, sterilization and heartworm treatment, when necessary. All of Project HALO's animals are vet current and sterilized prior to adoption. They feel that this is the only way to run an animal shelter in a responsible manner. All donations are fully tax-deductible. You can mail donations directly to Project HALO: PO Box 667924 Charlotte, NC 28266 or visit the website at: www.projecthalo.net

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