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Kick-off Celebration to Highlight New Pet Partnership

Nov 04, 2014 10:55AM ● By Erica Shames

Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services, a not-for-profit pet therapy service provider based in Lancaster, and Penn Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania are joining forces to provide ongoing canine blood bank services to the greater Lancaster County region.

This is the first service of its kind offered in Lancaster County and a kick-off celebration will be held Nov. 21 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at That Fish Place/That Pet Place, 237 Centerville Road in Lancaster. The Penn Vets Canine Blood Mobile will be at this event which will combine food, fun, games and information about KPETS and the Penn Vets Canine Blood Bank program during the Lancaster County Community Foundations Extraordinary Give.

Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services provides a network of dependable registered pet therapy teams whose passion is Touching Lives & Warming Hearts by providing comfort, encouragement and rehabilitation through human/animal interaction.

For more information about this program or about ways you can lend your support to KPETS visit or call 888-685-7387.

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