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|Oxbow Animal Health Announces 2009 Rescue Grant Winners
Posted: Fri, December 11, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Melissa Ross, Marketing Operations Manager
Murdock, NE, December 11, 2009 --Oxbow Animal Health, a leader in the innovative care and
nutrition of small and exotic animals worldwide, has announced the recipients of its 2009
Oxbow Animal Health Rescue Grants. The eight winning organizations will receive funding for
a variety of projects and programs that benefit the welfare of small animals throughout North
America. Grant winners are chosen for excellence in the areas of educational outreach,
public awareness, and project impact, measured by scope of volunteerism and number of
“We are pleased to announce this year’s grant recipients,” said John Miller, President and
Founder of Oxbow. “The applicant pool for this year’s grant program was larger and more
competitive than ever. The winning organizations represent excellence when it comes to the
rehabilitation and welfare of small animals. We are honored to support their efforts.”
"Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary is honored to be chosen as a recipient of the Oxbow
Rescue Grant 2009,” said Beth Randall, Director of the Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary in
German Valley, Illinois. “Literally thousands of people will be enriched by the information we
will now be able to provide due to the generosity of Oxbow Animal Health."
Julia Hinrichs, President of Texas Rustlers Guinea Pig Rescue, expressed similar
sentiments. “The staff at Texas Rustlers Guinea Pig Rescue is thrilled to be a recipient of
Oxbow’s 2009 Education/Outreach Support Grant, as this enables us to blend hands-on
presentations with the latest technology to provide accurate, precise information about small
animal care to various audiences,” said Hinrichs.
Information regarding the 2010 Oxbow Rescue Grant will be available at www.
oxbowanimalhealth.com beginning January 31, 2010. Applications for the 2010 Oxbow
Rescue Grant will be accepted from June 1, 2010, through August 31, 2010, for small animal
rescue and rehabilitation projects throughout all of North America. For more information
about the program and Oxbow Animal Health, visit www.oxbowanimalhealth.com.
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|A DAY IN THE LIFE OF: Beth
By Jane Lethlean
Beth Randall, left is the director of Critter Camp
Exotic Pet Sanctuary in German Valley. Each day
is something new for Randall, but one thing she
does do is take her Arctic marble fox Shadow, for
a walk around her property. Read More!
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