Navigation Links
The Blue Buffalo Co. & Petco Pledge to Raise $1.5 Million During Pet Cancer Awareness Month in May
Date:5/12/2013

Wilton, CT (PRWEB) May 12, 2013

(May 2013) - It’s a startling and sad fact that cancer will affect one out of every four dogs and of those, over half will die from the disease. In fact, cancer is the number one disease-related cause of death in both dogs and cats, according to Morris Animal Foundation, a world leader in advancing veterinary research. About eighty percent of pet parents know little to nothing about pet cancer symptoms and much like with humans, the cause of cancer in pets is largely unknown.

To help find a cure, Blue Buffalo™ and Petco™ are teaming up this May for their 4th Annual Pet Cancer Awareness Month in hopes of raising money to benefit pet cancer research and the families affected by this disease.

Last year, Blue Buffalo and Petco were able to raise over $1.5 million and have their sights set on raising another $1.5 million this year. For each bag of Blue Buffalo dog or cat food purchased at Petco stores across the country from May 4th to May 26th 2013, one dollar will be donated to organizations such as the Morris Animal Foundation and others that provide funds to universities and clinics conducting research on the causes, prevention and treatment of canine and feline cancer. Donations can also be made by rounding up any purchase in Petco, making a donation in any amount at the register, or by donating online at PetCancerAwareness.org.

Money will also be distributed to various organizations that are dedicated to helping families in need cover the cost of cancer treatments. To date the partnership between Blue Buffalo and Petco has raised over $3.2 million. More information can be found at PetCancerAwareness.org.

About The Blue Buffalo Foundation for Cancer Research
The Blue Buffalo Foundation For Cancer Research was established in 2003 by The Blue Buffalo Company, a manufacturer of healthy and holistic dog and cat foods under the BLUE™ brand names. Finding a cure f
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine news :

1. Driving While Drowsy in Buffalo: Lawyer James E. Morris Urges Motorists To Wake Up to the Facts
2. University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (SUNY) Goes Live with Osprey’s Conflict of Interest COI RiskManager™
3. Polyols Market Is Poised to Grow at CAGR Of 7.5% & to Reach $22,402.1 Million By 2017 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets
4. d'Oliveira & Associates Helps Fall River Woman Receive $250,000 Settlement for Auto Accident
5. Imprelis Lawsuit Filed by Wright & Schulte LLC on Behalf of Multiple Lawn Care Companies and Property Owners Who Allege Imprelis Use Caused Extensive Tree Damage
6. hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diets & Weight Loss Plans Targets America’s Teen Obesity Epidemic With Recently Improved hCG Diet Plans
7. hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diets & Weight Loss Plans Combine Improved Prescription hCG with Lasting Education on How to Lose Weight Safely
8. Middletown Auto Accident Attorney at d’Oliveira & Associates Helps Injured Little Compton RI Woman Receive $100,000 in Auto Accident Settlement
9. Benefits of Natural & Organic Bedding Discussed in Latest Article from The Sleepy Shopper
10. d'Oliveira & Associates Helps Injured Middletown RI Man Receive $38,500 in Auto Accident Settlement
11. hCG Lifestyle & Weight Loss Plans Announces: New Weight Loss HCG Drops Capable of Resetting the Metabolism
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/19/2014)... 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Although there is mounting ... most middle-aged and older adults in the United ... according to new research. Less than one-quarter ... set by the Department of Health and Human ... essential for promoting health and fitness and staying ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... (PRWEB) September 19, 2014 The ... important partnership with the National Fire Protection Association ... The collaboration, formalized today in a Memorandum of ... Members, factories, workers and other stakeholders with information, ... help protect the health and safety of workers ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... to treat and cure disease is a hugely ... by the inability of doctors and scientists to effectively ... in patients without resorting to invasive procedures, like tissue ... the online journal Magnetic Resonance in Medicine , ... of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh and elsewhere describe the ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... 2014) - New research published today in the online ... could reach 6,800 in West Africa by the end ... enacted. , Arizona State University and Harvard University ... of rise in cases significantly increased in August in ... quarantine was put in place, indicating that the mass ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... Researchers at Jacksonville,s campus of Mayo Clinic have ... say contributes to both overproduction of toxic protein in ... well as loss of communication between neurons both ... study, in the online issue of Neuron ... defect with drugs "may rejuvenate or rescue this pathway," ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Adults Over 45 Not Meeting U.S. Muscle Strengthening Guidelines, Study Says 2Health News:Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety and NFPA Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Strengthen Safety in Bangladesh Garment Factories 2Health News:Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety and NFPA Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Strengthen Safety in Bangladesh Garment Factories 3Health News:A better way to track emerging cell therapies using MRIs 2Health News:Research predicts possible 6,800 new Ebola cases this month 2Health News:Mayo researchers reveal pathway that contributes to Alzheimer's disease 2
... Self-Funding,Healthcare Conference and Expo will provide employers and health ... both carriers and,brokers during a June 1-3, 2009 conference ... The conference is unique, as it is designed and ... Karrie Andes, Director of Human,Resources for Deffenbaugh Industries, ...
... (Nasdaq: DYNT ) today announced that a ... the SEC, gives the company until approximately June 28, ... bid rule."We are pleased that NASDAQ has further extended ... market environment," stated Kelvyn H. Cullimore Jr., chairman and ...
... tumors seen in mouse study , , MONDAY, Dec. 29 ... phosphates found in many natural and processed foods accelerated ... researchers report. , "Our study suggests that dietary regulation ... treatment as well as prevention," Myung-Haing Cho, lead author ...
... widespread media attention given to studies that have indicated ... new study shows just one-third of children who are ... pediatrician. The study, led by researchers at The ... Medicine in Cleveland, also stresses that this failure to ...
... Technology,Inc. ("Versus" or the "Company") announced revenues of ... compared to revenues of $5,566,000 for fiscal,year 2007. ... 31, 2008, were,$1,748,000 compared to revenues of $2,012,000 ... can vary significantly depending on the timing and,delivery ...
... MANHATTAN, KSThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and ... 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on most days ... optimal health. This recommendation is especially important for older ... requirement, yet are more at risk for chronic diseases ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Spending Too Much on Healthcare? This Employer-Designed Conference Will Inspire! 2Health News:NASDAQ Gives Dynatronics a Second Three-Month Extension for Minimum Bid Price Compliance 2Health News:Food Phosphates Might Spur Lung Cancer 2Health News:Food Phosphates Might Spur Lung Cancer 3Health News:Can't chalk it up to 'baby fat' 2Health News:Versus Technology Announces Fiscal Year Results 2Health News:Versus Technology Announces Fiscal Year Results 3Health News:Versus Technology Announces Fiscal Year Results 4Health News:Versus Technology Announces Fiscal Year Results 5Health News:Versus Technology Announces Fiscal Year Results 6Health News:Versus Technology Announces Fiscal Year Results 7Health News:Another reason to get your hands dirty 2
(Date:9/19/2014)... -- Five MinuteClinic walk-in medical clinics are opening inside select CVS/pharmacy ... clinics opened in Memphis and ... added in Springfield on September 24 and ... to open October 22.  MinuteClinic is the largest and fastest growing ... . The Memphis -area clinics ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... 19, 2014 According to ... (Benchtop, Mobile, Industrial, & Laboratory), Industry (Food, Pharmaceutical, ... & Rotary) & Geography - Global Trends & ... segments the lyophilization market on the basis of ... projections of the market size of each of ...
(Date:9/19/2014)... Mass. , Sept. 19, 2014  Pressure ... today announced it has received and approved all ... HT48 instruments and has begun to manufacture the ... first instrument will be ready for shipment by ... built and released at a rate of about ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:MinuteClinic Walk-in Medical Clinics Opening in Memphis 2MinuteClinic Walk-in Medical Clinics Opening in Memphis 3Lyophilization Market Worth $5,121.5 Million by 2019 2Lyophilization Market Worth $5,121.5 Million by 2019 3Pressure BioSciences Announces Completion of the First Phase of Its Commercialization Plan for the Barozyme HT48, the Company's Recently Released High Throughput PCT-based Instrument System 2Pressure BioSciences Announces Completion of the First Phase of Its Commercialization Plan for the Barozyme HT48, the Company's Recently Released High Throughput PCT-based Instrument System 3
BD Vacutainer® Heparin Tubes are spray-coated with either lithium heparin or sodium heparin and are used for plasma determinations in chemistry....
VACUETTE paediatric tubes have decreased sample volumes and are ideal for small childrens' veins and geriatric patients....
... Coagulation tubes contain a buffered ... available with a citrate concentration ... 0.129 mol/l (3.8%). The mixing ... solution to 9 parts blood. ...
... are available in two versions. ... a clotting activator and is ... serum is required for testing ... is suitable where the testing ...
Medicine Products: