Veterinarian's 'My Pet Information Network' Donates Percentage of Profits to Award Winning No Kill Animal Shelter in New York

Top Quote Veterinarian in Fairfax, Virginia, donates a portion of profits generated by a subscription portal for pet owner information to the 2009 Animal Shelter of the Year. The donation is being made based on their commitment to finding homes for abandoned, homeless, or abused animals. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 30, 2010 - Fairfax, VA - David Jackson, VMD, read about a small shelter on the East end of Long Island, NY that was able to achieve some spectacular results with very little resources. Kent Animal Shelter, located in Calverton, New York, finds homes for over 600 animals each year that are either abandoned or abused. They also have a spay or neuter over 300 animals each year at their clinic, which is a big accomplishment for this shelter that won the 2009 Shelter of the Year award from North Shore Animal League of America.

    "Kent Animal Shelter seems to be at the forefront of animal adoption, and I want to see that trend continue," said Dr. Jackson. "By participating in online pet adoptions, pet therapy programs, and a retirement home program for cats that outlive their owners, they are able to do everything on such a limited budget. I felt it was appropriate to donate a percentage of our profits to this very worthy cause."

    "I'm able to bring pet owners all the information they need to care for their pets on my portal, and part of caring for pets is giving back to those that don't have a home. It certainly isn't their fault. These pets need love, proper health care, and a home too. I know that the community we have built at My Pet Information Network feels just as passionately about animal adoption as I do, so we are going to work together with shelters like Kent Animal Shelter to find more homes for these pets."

    David Jackson, VMD received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech in 1967 and his veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1971, so he has been caring for pets for almost 40 years. Dr. Jackson has developed surgical skills and extensive experience due to his long-term special interest in orthopedic and neuro surgery. More information is available by visiting his site at

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