K9 Cancer Walk Program Gets Backing From John Paul Pet, Paul Mitchell Schools

John Paul Pet, Paul Mitchell schools support the K9 Cancer Walk Program.

John Paul Pet and Paul Mitchell Schools have become a national sponsor of Morris Animal Foundation’s K9 Cancer Walk Program. The program helps raise money for the foundation’s Canine Cancer Campaign, a global effort to prevent, treat and, ultimately, cure cancer in dogs.

As sponsors, the two companies have pledged $100,000 to advance canine cancer research.

“Partnering with Morris Animal Foundation and their K9 Cancer Walk program is a way for us to stay connected with our clients and their furry best friends,” said Winn Claybaugh, dean and cofounder of Paul Mitchell Schools. “We have your pet’s needs at heart and we couldn’t think of a better way to help out such a great cause.”

Actress Betty White, a longtime Morris Animal Foundation supporter and trustee, will accept the monetary gift to the foundation from Paul Mitchell Schools at the school’s annual event on Sunday, May 1.


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