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Petland Helps Local Oklahoma Rescue Expand Adoption Reach

Petland locations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa have partnered with Boondogs Rescue to raise awareness of local adoptions

Petland Oklahoma City and Petland Tulsa announced a new partnership with Oklahoma rescue, Boondogs Rescue, to support local adoptions. According to a statement from the organization,1 these 2 Petland locations will offer adoptable animals from the rescue center to help raise awareness of these animals in need of new homes.

If someone adopts a pet from Petland, the company will provide a free spaying or neutering procedure at a licensed veterinary clinic and a free veterinary exam. The adopted animal will also be microchipped and entered into a lost and found recovery database. Petland will also offer a lifetime free training program for the animal.

“Rescuers work tirelessly to protect and care for abandoned animals in our local communities. We are grateful to help Boondogs Rescue knowing that they have limited resources and are doing a great job in the areas they serve,” said Carl Swanson, owner of the two Petland locations in Tulsa. and Oklahoma City, said in the statement.1

The company will also make an additional financial donation to Boondogs Rescue for each adopted dog. Prior to this adoptive partnership, Petland Oklahoma City and Petland Tulsa have made other donations to Boondogs Rescue since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. This local rescue, like many others across the country, has struggled to maintain enough resources for homeless animals during the pandemic. To help the rescue center, Petland donated dog food to help with any resource shortages.