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Dynamite is Tenderheart's Pet of the Week

Posted: 23 September, 2015

Dynamite is a 9 year old male orange tabby. He is a very sweet boy who loves attention and sitting on your lap. He would be best in a one pet home. He is up to date on all shots. 
To adopt Dynamite or any of the other animals waiting for a new home, please call Tenderheart Animal Rescue + Sanctuary at 402-369-6030. Tenderheart Animal Rescue + Sanctuary Pet of the Week is brought to you by The Wayne Vet Clinic.
After recently comparing the major products available, The Wayne Vet Clinic veterinarians have upgraded the current recommendations for prevention of heartworm disease, intestinal parasites and fleas to Sentinel Spectrum due to broader protection, flea prevention, ease of use, cost and better protection. Ask the Wayne Vet Clinic about a rebate of up to $35 on Sentinel Spectrum for your dog.
You can find Tenderheart Animal Rescue + Sanctuary on facebook and on the web at www.tenderheartrescue.com.
You can listen to the Pet of the Week interview on BIG RED COUNTRY 104.9 at 10am each Wednesday morning and on 98.9-FM/1590-AM “The City” at 2:30pm every Wednesday afternoon.

The mission of TENDERHEART ANIMAL RESCUE is to rescue and provide a lifetime of love, companionship and joy for homeless, abandoned and abused animals.
Tenderheart Animal Rescue + Sanctuary
57680 862nd Road
Wayne, NE 68787

The Tenderheart Animal Rescue + Sanctuary Story
Compelled by the loss of a 20 year companion, Renee Jacobsen founded Tenderheart Animal Rescue + Sanctuary in hopes of providing the same love and affinity to other less fortunate animals. A true no-kill animal sanctuary, Tenderheart Animal Rescue operates as a private, non-profit organization supported by the generosity of the community of Wayne Nebraska, federal grants and the devotion of unpaid volunteers. We strive to provide community education, promote rehabilitating adoptions and responsible pet ownership, while providing refuge and sanctuary to those animals who might otherwise be denied a second chance at life.

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