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DONATIONS IN 2017

Thanks to you, in 2016, we donated $30,894 and since 1995 we have donated $406,068 to our quarterly nail clipping charities.

Here is our progress in 2017.
$ 30,000
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$ 25,500
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83%
Updated
11/30/17
  • “Many things make Especially for Pets the Very Best. To name a few – great products; a wonderful environment in which all members of the family are welcome, animal and human; and a knowledgeable staff who understand the needs of their animal customers. However, what for me stands out the most is that the staff knows their animal and human clients by name and truly cares about them.” - Jackie A.
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Especially for Pets offers nail grooming, by appointment, in exchange for monetary donations to a local animal shelter or non-profit organization. Four different charities per year are chosen to be the recipient of these donations. We gratefully accept a $10 donation for a clip or $15 for a trim using a Dremel tool.

Since the Program’s inception, Especially for Pets has raised $306,068 for charity. Click here for past recipients.

Please note: Please call ahead for groomer availability. A current Rabies certificate must be presented for all cats and dogs. Friendly and non-aggressive animals only. Animals that need strong restraint or muzzling cannot be accommodated.

GreyhoundRescueNECurrent Nail Clipping Charity

Greyhound Rescue of New England is a small non-profit organization that was incorporated in 1999. They are dedicated to finding homes for retired racing greyhounds who are gentle, loyal and intelligent creatures. They make wonderful pets and adapt well to home life when granted the chance. The organization was created in one of the founder’s homes in Mendon, MA and place dogs in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, as well as all over New England.

In addition to finding permanent adoptable homes, other ways to help include providing a foster home (usually two to four weeks) until a space is freed up in the kennel, sponsor a dog's spay or neuter, help with a fundraiser or round up donations of cleaning or office supplies. Any and all support is appreciated!

 



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