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The Week in Review

Veterinary Technicians, please join Charleston Veterinary Referral Center for a CE on April 22nd featuring Serge Chalhoub DVM, DACVIM and Jennifer Severence, VTS. Click HERE for more details.

Lowcountry Lab Rescue has an event this coming Saturday at New Moon Pizza on Johns Island that is going to be a BLAST! Great food, great music and lots of people. THey need 6 volunteers to help get the word out about LLR. Let them know if you can volunteer any time from 12 noon until 6 pm with 1-2 hours shifts.

It's coming up quick...the Charleston Dog Show that is! We are looking forward to it and hope you are too! They still have sponsorships and advertising opportunities available! A great way to support the local rescues and the local pet community! Come on down and shop local!!

Humane Net is a proud sponsor of Pet Fest. They will have a big tent with lots of information on how you can foster with local shelters and rescue groups as well as a microchip clinic on Saturday from 12-3. LCDM will be at Pet Fest the entire weekend for our annual Cover Model Contest!

Charleston Naturally has tons of products for sale in the store this week! Come on by - there are 50 & 75% off tags everywhere! 918 Lansing Drive in Mt. Pleasant (across from Trader Joe's)

Exciting new things happening at Pet Helpers! The first fence build under the Unchain Charleston program will go to benefit Toby and Tiny, two chained dogs on James Island. Lowe's on James Island has donated ALL tools and is financing the first build. Volunteer positions for the first build have been filled. If you are interested in volunteering for future builds (1 per month), please email unchaincharleston@gmail.com.

Check it out Dolittle's Monthly Savings by clicking HERE. Don't miss out!


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