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Salt Lake search and rescue dogs get big donation

Posted - Jun. 5, 2010 at 9:41 p.m.



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SALT LAKE CITY -- Salt Lake City search and rescue dogs will be well fed for the next year, thanks to a large donation from a dog food company.

Iams/Eukanuba gave the Salt Lake Urban Search and Rescue Utah Task Force One $4,800 Saturday.

The money will be used to buy food for six of the unit's 10 dogs for one year.

Because of the donation, search and rescue can now use the money it would have spent on dog food to buy new equipment.

The company presented the donation at the Central Valley Animal Hospital in Salt Lake City. The event also included pet learning stations and pet adoption opportunities.

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