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Whiskers wine + dine 2019

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Charitable Giving

Many of you have connected to Northwest Spay and Neuter Center for different reasons.  Some of you are past clients (well, your pets are); some are regular donors; some attend our annual event, Whiskers Wine and Dine; and some just love dogs and cats.  All are perfect reasons to connect with us and our mission.…
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Do you shop for your pet around the holidays?

The U.S. pet industry is expected to reach $96 billion in sales by 2020. This growing market encompasses a variety of pet species, each taking the lead in a variety of trends. A noteworthy trend among most pet owners, regardless of type of pet they own, report that pet ownership is not influenced by the…
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Comcast Secures Sponsorship for 2019 Whiskers, Wine & Dine

As the Northwest Spay and Neuter Center (NWSNC) works to raise $250,000 for the 2019 Whiskers, Wine & Dine Gala, Comcast has stepped up to provide a $7,500 sponsorship. This generous donation dovetails nicely with Comcast’s philosophy of making a meaningful difference in the communities they serve. They are proud to support the work of…
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2019 Whiskers, Wine & Dine

New Look, New Experience, Same Great Organization Back for our 16th year of fun and fundraising, the 2019 Whiskers, Wine & Dine Event is locked in for Saturday, March 9, 2019 at the McGavick Conference Center on the Clover Park Technical College campus. Our 2018 event raised over $125,000 to help prevent animal overpopulation and we…
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Building on Our 2018 Success

 On March 10, 2018 more than 300 animal lovers, pet pals and critter companions came together to celebrate, honor and raise funds for the Northwest Spay and Neuter Center (NWSNC) at our annual Whiskers, Wine & Dine Event. This event raised nearly $150,000 to help offset the cost for spay and neuter services for our Pierce County pets,…
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PYOMETRA

A lot of times we approach the argument for why spaying your pet is important by advocating for overpopulation prevention. If they are spayed, they cannot bring more puppies or kittens into the world, thus they are not contributing to the 19 million homeless pets in the United States. However, another important aspect of spaying…
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