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Veterinary Forum December 2009 (Vol 26, No 12)

Bayer Contributes $25,000 to Banfield Charitable Trust

    SHAWNEE, KS—Bayer HealthCare Animal Health and Pharmaceutical Divisions have announced that they have contributed $25,000 to the Pet Peace of Mind program, a part of the Banfield Charitable Trust. The Pet Peace of Mind program provides hospices with funding and resources to keep patients and their pets together during hospice care. Bayer's contribution will help the Pet Peace of Mind program raise awareness about the need for pet care during hospice stays as well as develop a network of nonprofits that are ready to provide the needed care.

    "Bayer understands the important bond that exists between humans and their pets," said Joerg Ohle, president and general manager of Bayer HealthCare, LLC, Animal Health Division. "Our financial contribution to Banfield Charitable Trust's Pet Peace of Mind will help people keep and care for their pets even during this final time of need."

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