Animal Medical Center of Chicago and Integrative Pet Care competed in a two-week food drive, with the goal of seeing whose veterinary practice could collect the most food for Friendship Pet Food Pantry.
Here’s the final tally:
Integrative Pet Care: 2,593 pounds
Animal Medical Center of Chicago: 2,557 pounds
Total: 5,150 pounds
The winner is Integrative Pet Care — by a whisker! There was only a 36-pound difference between the two clinics, proving both were hugely successful in their efforts.
On April 2, the clinics loaded up and delivered the donations to the Friendship Center. Thanks to the generosity of all involved, FP2 can provide food to more Chicago families who may be struggling to make ends meet — making it possible for them to keep their pets at home and out of shelters.
It’s a win for everyone!
A big thank you to clients of both clinics who dropped off bags and cans when bringing their own pets to the vet, and to the pet stores and businesses that supported the food drive by offering discounts, donating food, and setting up collection bins.
Team Integrative Pet Care was supported by:
– Parker’s, A Natural Dog & Cat Market
– Premier Veterinary Group of Chicago
– Alive Rescue
– 6 Legs Foundation
– Chicago School of Canine Massage
– Doggy Style Pet Shop
Thanks again to everyone who got involved. We hope there’s another competition in 2016!