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Pup in the Dominican Republic
March 2017

Seeing Impact:
Our Partners in the
Dominican Republic

SYNLawn Partners with
SPCAI to Promote
Adoption and Save Lives

The Truth About Declawing

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Seeing Impact: Our Partners in the Dominican Republic

We love to visit our partner organizations around the world. It energizes us to see firsthand all the amazing work they are accomplishing day in and day out. Visiting our partners allows us to verify the impact our grant funds and veterinary supply aid donations are having - at spay and neuter clinics, treating special needs cases, or responding to animals in emergency situations. SPCAI Executive Director Meredith Ayan visited our partners in the Dominican Republic recently and was thrilled by their trailblazing work. Learn More

SYNLawn Partners With SPCAI to Promote Adoption and Save Lives
SYNLawn PartnershipA major partnership between SYNLawn and SPCA International was announced last month. SYNLawn, the leading innovator in artificial grass products for commercial and residential applications, hopes to bring awareness to the needs of homeless pets and to promote adoption through their financial contributions and product donations. Additionally, SYNLawn is offering $250 off pet turf installations to any customer who has rescued a pet from an animal shelter.
The Truth About Declawing
The Truth About DeclawingHaving a feline friend around is always fun. However, sometimes they can destroy furniture, leading some pet parents to consider declawing. While it may sound like a simple procedure, it isn’t the best option for your cat. The Truth
Hey, Did You Know?
Monarch ButterfliesNorth American monarch butterflies travel roughly 3,000 miles every winter and can live up to 8 months. Monarchs are born in the summer months and embark on their long journey in the early fall. Their wingspan can reach 4.1 inches! Recent studies have shown the monarch population has decreased by roughly one-third since last year and is continuing to decline. For information on how to help this beloved species, check out the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation.
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