Thousands Took the PledgeThroughout the month, more than three thousand people signed the Healthy Puppy Pledge, a commitment showing support for healthy puppies. In addition, more than 75 people made a further donation beyond just signing the pledge. “It is wonderful to see so many individuals ready to commit their support to healthy puppies. Seeing people step up, sign the pledge and donate money to such a worthwhile research study shows how when we all work together, we can make a difference,” says Jim Rossiter, CEO of Revival Animal Health. “We’re so honored to have been a part of Healthy Puppy Month. We have long-been inspired by the Morris Animal Foundation’s outstanding contributions to animal health and were humbled by the opportunity to help support their critically-important parvovirus research – because all dogs deserve healthy and happy lives. In our mission to build a better world for our dogs, we’re thrilled to continue working side-by-side with partners who share our mission, like Revival Animal Health, so that, together, we can give our dogs the world they deserve,” says Cat Matloub, Head of Partnerships, Community & Legal Affairs at Good Dog.
Parvo Research ContinuesThe research on parvovirus isn’t over. Morris Animal Foundation is continuing their study. To learn more about parvovirus in dogs, visit the Revival Animal Health Learning Center and check out the article Parvo in Puppies and Dogs. Or read about the parvo success stories of Nikki, Peggy and Sharon as they share their Pet Care Victories.
Written by: Shelley Hexom
Shelley Hexom is Revival's Content Manager and helps develop educational pet health resources. A three-time Emmy® Award-winning news anchor, Shelley works with Revival's Director of Veterinary Services, Dr. Marty Greer, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, to help create useful and easy-to-understand articles, videos, and webinars. Shelley received her bachelor's degree in Mass Communications from Winona State University in 2002. As a pet owner, Shelley enjoys time with her Boxer mix, Sally. Shelley has been part of the Revival Paw Squad since 2016.