A Night to Remember
Knoxville put its “best paw forward” on Saturday, August 8, when PetSafe held its 4th annual Black Tie and Tails Gala benefiting Morris Animal Foundation’s fight against canine cancer.
The event, one of the top charitable galas in Knoxville, is organized, promoted, and staffed entirely by PetSafe employees. With nearly 200 attendees of the two-legged and four-legged variety, the event raised $45,000 through silent and live auctions, with all proceeds donated to Morris Animal Foundation.
Canine cancer is a significant problem in our pet dog population. Studies suggest that 1 in 4 dogs will develop cancer in their lifetime, and cancer is a leading cause of death in dogs over 10 years of age. Nearly 6 million cases of canine cancer are diagnosed each year.
PetSafe employees decided they wanted to change these statistics, and joined together to create two fundraising events. The result of this hard work and dedication is the Black Tie and Tails Gala and the Knoxville K9...Continue Reading
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