Friday, January 15, 2010

Departments That Received Pet Oxygen Masks in January 2010

We are hereby listing orders placed during the month. Wag’N has no control over when the kits are distributed by sponsors and/or implemented by departments.

Sponsor: Dean Wisner
Location: Fairfield Township, OH
Department Name: Fairfield Township Fire Department
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 2
LINK TO ARTICLE HERE

Sponsor: Puptails Pet Boutique & Louloupooch
Location: West Palm Beach, FL
Department Name: Riviera Beach Fire Rescue
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 1 

Sponsor: Anonymous Sponsor
Location: Rothesay, NB
Department Name: Kennebecasis Valley Fire Department
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 2

Sponsor: Wag'N Fellowship Fund
Location: St John, NB
Department Name: St John Fire Department
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 7
Donation Was Made Following This Article
There is follow up article here

Sponsor: Department Purchase
Location: Dallas, TX
Department Name: Box 4 Fire Buffs - Dallas Fire Rescue
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 3 

Sponsor:
Wag'N Fellowship Fund
Location: Moundville, AL
Department Name: Moundville Volunteer Fire Department
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 2

Sponsor: Anonymous Sponsor
Location: Grass Valley, CA
Department Name: Grass Valley Fire Department
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 3

Sponsor: Wag'N Fellowship Fund
Location: Limestone, ME
Department Name: Aroostook Fire Protection District 1 in Maine
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 3

Sponsor: Department Purchase
Location: Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC (Canada)
Department Name: Service de Sécurité Vaudreuil-Dorion
# of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits: 1

MONTHLY SUMMARY
# of Kits Donated Thru Sponsorship: 8
# of Kits Acquired Through Wag'N O2 Fur Life Fellowship Program: 12
# of Kits Purchased by First Responders: 4
Total # of Kits Provided: 24
Total # of Departments Who Acquired Kits: 9



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