ATLANTA LEGEND BOBBY COX JOINS DR. DEBRA HORWITZ
& THE “KEEP THE LOVE ALIVE” BUS
Turner Field (outside the Front Gate) September 14
3:00 p.m. " 5:00 p.m.
The Homeless Pets Foundation led by Dr. Michael Good with Atlanta legend Bobby Cox and his lovely wife Pam Cox join internationally known veterinary behaviorist Dr. Debra Horwitz for the national “Keep the Love Alive” campaign bus. The Coxes are both huge animal lovers and committed to the Atlanta Braves and The Homeless Pets Foundation partnership to help homeless dogs and cats looking for a chance to find a new home.
CENTENNIAL PARK PET FAIR ON FREE BEHAVIOR
TIPS & ADOPTIONS
Centennial Olympic Park/Game Plaza Pet Fair September 15
10:00 a.m. " 3:00 p.m.
Calling all Atlanta pet owners!!!! Having challenges with your puppy or kitten? Or just looking for a canine or feline companion? Then make sure to visit the free “Keep the Love Alive” tour stop at Centennial Olympic Park to enjoy:
- Free Behavior Tips
- Shelter Pet Adoptions
- Behavior Demonstrations
- Music & Giveaways
- $1 Paw for a Cause Donations & T-Shirt Sales Proceeds for Atlanta Shelters & Rescue Groups
Joining the national Keep the L.O.V.E. Alive Behavior Express Tour 2012 will be some of Atlanta’s best known pet organizations including:
- Atlanta Lab Rescue
- Georgia Veterinary Medical Association
- PAWS Atlanta
- The Atlanta Humane Society
- The Homeless Pets Foundation
Background: Nine out of ten people don’t realize there are solutions to their pet’s behavior problems, and in frustration, often give them up to a shelter. Many of these shelter pets die needlessly. Ceva Animal Health, makers of Feliway® and Adaptil™ pheromone products and the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists want pet owners to know they can “keep their love with their pet alive” with medically sound options from your veterinarian to treat these problems—before it’s too late.
About Debra Horwitz, DVM, DACVB: Dr. Debra Horwitz is an internationally-recognized authority on behavioral issues in pets. She is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (ACVB) and received her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. For more information visit www.goodnewsforpets.com.
About the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (ACVB): Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (DACVB) are veterinarians who are specialists in the field. For more information visit www.dacvb.org.
About Ceva Animal Health: Ceva’s key companion animal products include the Vectra® line of parasiticides, Adaptil™ (formerly D.A.P.) and Feliway® pheromone behavior aids and Senilife® neuroprotection for aging pets. For more information visit www.ceva.us.