The Lander Pet Connection Announces The LPC Kennel Club

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In June 2012 The Lander Pet Connection Sent Out Their First LPC Kennel Club Newsletter

The Lander Pet Connection announced in June it would be starting a membership group for pet owners, animal lovers, LPC supporters and adopters, and anyone interested in learning more about responsible pet ownership. Members will receive a free subscription to a periodic e-newsletter containing useful information about articles on pet ownership, (i.e. chewing, shedding, playing, fetching, etc.); coupons to use for our retail items (chew toys, leashes, collars, healthy snacks); stories highlighting recent adoptions and "where they are now;" pre-release access to tickets for events like the Taste of Lander, and much more! Members who sign up will also receive a free LPC Kennel Club logo car magnet.

It is the hope of The Lander Pet Connection that the newsletter will be a great forum for people to get questions answered and keep them up to date with the organization. Board President Deborah Ellis said, "The organization has a large number of supporters in the Lander Community and beyond. This is a way for the group to connect with them. The members are animal owners and lovers and the newsletter can help members of the LPC Kennel Club with advice on problems they may be facing at home. This is also a great way for us to extend education about animals to our growing community."

To sign up for the LPC Kennel Club email publicrelations(at)landerpets(dot)org.


The Lander Pet Connection is a very small organization of unpaid volunteers dedicated to saving the homeless and abandoned companion animals of Lander. The operating budget is tiny and entirely donation and grant - funded. The labor is unpaid; there is almost no governmental support in performing a job that is normally the responsibility of city or county government. Year after year, the city of Lander has contributed $1,000 or $1,500 to our annual operating budget. (By contrast, the city of Riverton contributes $38,000 per year to the Riverton shelter and the city of Sheridan contributes $50,000 per year to theirs). The Lander Pet Connection struggles to survive, but there is a great passion for saving the animals of the community and the organization is extremely fortunate to have so many supporters!

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