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OMAHA, Neb. — Sergeant's Pet Care Products on Wednesday embarked on an awareness campaign alerting pet owners on how to keep their pets healthy.
Sergeant's and spokeswoman Tiffani Thiessen, actress and animal advocate, are joining on the emBARK on Pet Health campaign, which asks pet owners to take a pledge to become more mindful of their pet's ongoing needs at www.embarkonpethealth.com.
Each pledge triggers the donation of a Sergeant's Pet Health Kit to include with new adoptions at local shelters nationwide, with the help of the American Humane Association. Sergeant's Pet Care Products is committed to donating up to 5,000 kits, which includes a shampoo, a dental kit, a "calming collar" and a joint supplement.
"I have always been an animal advocate, especially for those living in shelters," Thiessen said. "Keeping my animals healthy and happy is of utmost importance to me which is why I decided to join Sergeant's Pet Care Products and American Humane Association. I'd like to help educate and empower pet owners with the tools and information they need for daily pet care to aid in a long and healthy life for their animals."
"As pet owners and leaders in the pet care industry, we understand that pets truly are members of the family," stated Patsy Sumner, VP marketing services. "We know owners want to keep these family members healthy, so it's our mission to ensure that we are a resource they can call on when they have questions regarding their overall health needs. The products and tools we provide are designed to ensure that pets and their families have long, happy and healthy lives together."
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