Pet Advocates Join Forces—Humane Ohio and Toledo’s PET Bull Project

. November 30, 2018.
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Partnering to create a larger food bank, Humane Ohio and Toledo’s PET Bull Project recently joined forces. Humane Ohio is a need-based, low-cost spay/neuter clinic and food bank that distributed over 59,000 lbs. of food last year. Toledo’s PET Bull Project provides free training for pet owners, education about spaying/neutering, and as advocates to eliminate animal cruelty. The new pet food pantry will be located at 2249 Tremainsville Rd (the PET Bull Project location) and will be run with the assistance of G.O.A.L. (Green Options for Autism of Lucas County) volunteers.

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