Become a member of the Salt Lake County Pet Crew! Let everyone know that you support your local shelter and the no-kill movement.
* All proceeds from this program will continue to help Salt Lake County Animal Services save the lives of thousands of animals every year.
For more information contact: Randee Lueker ~ Development Coordinatorrlueker@slco.org ~ 385-232-4063
• Be a part of the SALT LAKE COUNTY PET CREW! Make a one-time donation and receive a limited-edition sticker for your car window (or water bottle, or anywhere else you and all your cool pet loving friends can admire it!). • These donations help provide lifesaving microchips for dogs, cats, and rabbits that are adopted from our shelter – a microchip is a permanent link to you and your family’s information so that if your pet gets lost we can help it find its way back to you! Each $20 donation will provide one microchip to an adopted animal – making sure that they will always be able to find their way home! BENEFITS:
• You will receive our quarterly email newsletter about all of the cool events we have going on in our community, and a $5 coupon towards any service that we provide here at the shelter. (Does not including licensing.)• Get a super cool sticker and the satisfaction of knowing that you’re cooler than your non-Pet Crew friends. • Donate over $500 and receive a certificate for an Auditorium Reservation for the event of your choice! Reservations come in four hour time slots and are subject to scheduling restrictions.
Display our PAWSOME PET CREW sticker! Let current and potential customers know you’re a pet friendly business and support YOUR local shelter.
PET CREW CORPORATE PERKS:• Your business listed on our website and Facebook page under our pet friendly partners. • Have your business highlighted in our quarterly newsletter. • Host an adoption event at your place. You provide the space we bring the cute adoptable dogs and cats. • Have a booth in the market place at Petapalooza! Thousands of potential adopters attend this annual event to see the hundreds of adoptable animals from rescues and shelters across the Wasatch.