The Miami Marlins and Pet Supermarket recently helped hit a home run for pets in need! Southeast Veterinary Neurology's charitable fund was selected as the nonprofit partner of the July 17 baseball game occurring in conjunction with the “Bark at the Park Presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka” event at loanDepot park. The game featured the Miami Marlins facing off against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Pet Supermarket, a specialty pet supply retailer with over 200 stores throughout the U.S. Southeast, was SEVN’s game-day partner for this pet- and family-friendly event.
Animal fans were able to bring their dog to the game! All proceeds from ticket sales made through Southeast Veterinary Neurology benefitted pets in need of neurological care.
“The number one obstacle to providing lifesaving neurological care to pets in need is finances. The reality is that some families struggle to afford veterinary services. But we want to fix them all. That’s why we have partnered with the Miami Marlins to help raise money for our charitable fund with the Veterinary Care Foundation,” said Dr. Michael Wong, Founder and Veterinary Neurologist at Southeast Veterinary Neurology, Florida’s largest veterinary neurology practice. “This support from the Miami Marlins and Pet Supermarket will make it possible for us to provide essential neurological care to beloved pets and homeless animals whose families and shelters do not have the means to do so.”
“At Pet Supermarket, our number one priority is the health and well-being of all pets, and we are honored to be partnering with Southeast Veterinary Neurology’s charitable organization,” said Pet Supermarket CEO Allen McClard. “Being able to give back to our pet parents when their animals are in need is a tremendous privilege. With our corporate office headquartered in South Florida, participating in local events across our communities allows us to connect on a more personal level with our customers.”
Allen threw out the ceremonial pitch to start the game that helped give hope to pets and keep families together.
The Miami Marlins will host one last Bark at the Park before the season ends when the Marlins host the New York Mets on Sunday, September 11th.
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