Top 10 Reasons to Pet Adopt


   Chino Hills, CA (May 9, 2016) – Priceless Pet Rescue’s PACK WALK 2016 reminds hundreds of dog owners just why they adopted their gorgeous pet from animal rescue.  What is the number #1 reason to adopt?  “You’ll be saving a life,” says the Humane Society website, as 2.7 million animals are euthanized each year in the United States.  PACK WALK 2016 kicks off its 3rd year on Saturday, May 14 with registration at 8am in front of The Orphanage at 2587 Chino Hills Parkway Unit C, and proceeding at 9am through local trails in 3K and 5K walks before capping off with a family friendly festival in Veterans Park.

   Other Top Reasons to Pet Adopt are (2) “You’ll be getting a great animal!” Shelters and rescue groups are brimming with happy, healthy pets just waiting for someone to take them home. (3) “You’ll get a bargain!” When you adopt a pet, the cost of spay/neuter, first vaccinations and sometimes micro-chipping are usually included in the adoption price, which means you've scored a major deal. (4) “You’ll get new bragging rights!” No one needs to see another selfie of you, unless it’s with an adorable new dog or cat. Another great reason to adopt is (5) “it’s one way to fight puppy mills.”  When you buy online, you are almost sure to be buying from a puppy mill, "factory style" breeding facilities that put profit above the welfare of dogs.

   Join PACK WALK 2016 today!  The registration fee is modest and allows PRICELESS PET RESCUE to continue spreading their lifesaving mission of “Saving One By One Until There Are None!”  Sign up on Raceroster, at:  The shelter invites local businesses to participate in its Vendor Village where PACK WALK 2016 participants can learn about local products and services.  Sponsorship packages are available and affordable.  For info on vending or sponsorship, contact Event Chair Jamie Swartout at  For pictures from last year’s exciting event, search #PACKWALK2015 on Twitter and Instagram. Visit their website at: or email:

For more Top Reasons to Pet Adopt, go to Humane Society of the United States website.