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BY: Metro Source Staff | December 12, 2013

CHEEKTOWAGA - Cheektowaga-based Fetch! Dog Treats made the holiday season a lot more enjoyable for some four-legged friends by making a sizable donation of homemade, natural dog treats to the SPCA Serving Erie County. The company also made a cash donation to the 2013 SPCA Radiothon to help fund day-to-day operations at the local humane organization.

Company owner Jackie Lovern has also pledged to make a donation to a local animal rescue shelter for every package of Fetch! treats sold during the 2013 holiday season.

Fetch! Dog Treats use only natural and organic ingredients such as salmon oil and oat flour. These specialty treats are available locally at Farmers & Artisans on Main Street in Snyder, Globe Market on Hertel Avenue in Buffalo, Darcy’s Grooming on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Tonawanda, The Pasta Peddler/Blackbird Sweets in Buffalo, Nature’s Remedy on Monroe Street in Ellicottville, and at the Saturday Winter Market at Horsefeathers in Buffalo.

Other companies and individuals wanting to make an online donation to the SPCA are encouraged to visit www.yourspca.org.

For more information regarding Fetch! All Natural Dog Treats, please call (716) 361-8144, visit www.FetchMeATreat.com or email JLovern@FetchMeATreat.com. You can also follow Fetch! Dog Treats on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FetchDogTreats for frequent updates.

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2013-12-13 | 22:28:46
very commendable, I wish I was in a similar position to do something like this for the animals. I am now inspired to make a monetary donation. thank you Fetch!