Thursday, 9 Jul, 2015
Port Coquitlam Pet O2 Mask Kit Donation

Thank you very much to the City of Port Coquitlam Fire & Emergency Services for hosting us today as we donated 4 Pet Oxygen Mask Kits to the Port Coquitlam Fire Department. Thanks to Chief Delmonico, Port Coquitlam Firefighters - IAFF Local 1941, and Councillor Glenn Pollock for coming out to support the initiative. Also, a special thanks to Port Coquitlam Emergency Social Services Program Officer, Tara Stroup, for organizing the donation & presentation.

The Pet Oxygen Mask Kit Fundraiser began in April 2015 with the initial goal of supplying Pet O2 Masks to the Township of Langley and City of Langley fire departments. Due to the incredible generosity of our clients, suppliers and online friends, we have be able to expand it to the cities of Abbotsford, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and Port Alberni.

Just as exciting is the fact that individuals, businesses and fire departments from across BC have also started their own campaigns to get Pet O2 Kits, including City of Vancouver, Campbell River, North Vancouver and Prince George. Combined, we estimate that our little 'Trim Those Paws For a Great Cause' campaign will mean that over 250,000 pets will have access to proper oxygen supply equipment should they need it. To see more, check out recent media coverage by clicking the links:

CTV News Vancouver Videos      CBC News Story     TriCityNow News Story