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Swim-a-thon raises $10,000+ for Valley Humane Society

Jack Davis, shown here with a kitty and some of the donated funds during the fundraiser he helped organize. (Photo courtesy Valley Humane Society)

The Livermore Aquacowboys recently held a swim-a-thon and raised more than $10,000 for the Valley Humane Society's Phil Scholz Veterinary Surgery Center, a new facility set to open later this year to offer one-time, non-emergency procedures to shelter animals and community pets.

The event was organized by coach Theresa Davis and her son Jack (shown here with a kitty and some of the donated funds).

"We love animals and understand the companionship and comfort they provide to families," Jack Davis said. "We want all our local families to have access to pet care to keep their pets healthy and create more opportunities for shelter animals to find a home."

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Swim-a-thon raises $10,000+ for Valley Humane Society

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Tue, Oct 11, 2022, 3:35 pm

The Livermore Aquacowboys recently held a swim-a-thon and raised more than $10,000 for the Valley Humane Society's Phil Scholz Veterinary Surgery Center, a new facility set to open later this year to offer one-time, non-emergency procedures to shelter animals and community pets.

The event was organized by coach Theresa Davis and her son Jack (shown here with a kitty and some of the donated funds).

"We love animals and understand the companionship and comfort they provide to families," Jack Davis said. "We want all our local families to have access to pet care to keep their pets healthy and create more opportunities for shelter animals to find a home."

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