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Every summer there are so many wonderful groups hosting Animal Support Events and Fairs.  If you attended the Walk For Animals in Golden Valley, Pet-A-Palooza at the Minnesota State Fair Grounds, or Dog Days of Summer in Mound, MN, you may have seen us in action. We are huge supporters of animal rights and rescue, and are doing our best to attend as many of these events as we can. You can see in the picture our loyal and loving friend Maggie (the cutie four legger) is ready to get out of the booth and socialize and make some new friends.  She is a rescue from the Animal Humane Society.  My father’s dog, Shadow, was a rescue from Last Hope.  Our lives are forever better because of the rescue dogs who have cared for us! We’d like to thank everyone that visited our booth and let us explain our mission. And thank you to everyone else that has purchased a Pet Link here on our website. Every animal seems to be a little bit happier with a Link Charm on their collar, and even happier when their owners have a Link bracelet to match! Thanks everyone and we will see you again next summer.  In the meantime, you can “link up” anytime on our website!
 
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