Chicago Wolves Adopt Dogs for Animal Control

Chicago Wolves Adopt Dogs for Animal Control

When the Chicago Wolves arranged their first Adopt-A-Dog Night in 2001, Wolves Chairman of the Board Don Levin figured the team would try the promotion once or twice.

That fans loved it....and meanwhile Levin became a major supporter of Animal Care & Control. Other potential supporters saw what Don was doing for the animals, and they were inspired. I personally argue no one has done as much as Don Levin, from supporting the spay/neuter vehicle, to the public exposure of adoption night.

Now the Wolves and their fans are on the verge of achieving a milestone. If 19 dogs are adopted during the team's final Adopt-A-Dog Night on the 2011-12 schedule -- a 7 p.m. game Saturday against the Milwaukee Admirals at Allstate Arena -- then 1,000 dogs will have found happy homes via the Adopt-A-Dog program, which is presented by Pet Supplies Plus, Evo, Natural Balance, and Pedigree.

It costs just $65 to take care of the registration, the vaccinations, and the spaying/neutering for each dog. For information on attending Saturday's game, visit Chicago Wolves online, or call 1-800-THE-WOLVES. Besides, the Wolves and the Admirals - you KNOW that'll be a great game.

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  • Sounds too much like today's Pooch Cafe, where a dog hires wolves for people control.

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