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Pet House by One Fur All Gives Back to Rescues for Valentine’s Day

The participating rescues are from different parts of the country.




(PRESS RELEASE)NEW YORK — With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Pet House by One Fur All wants to spread love to the animal welfare community. Through its Rescue Fundraiser Program, One Fur All will be donating to thirteen non-profit (501c3), no-kill rescues 20% of the sales price of every Pet House Candle sold on during the first two weeks of February.

One Fur All is best known for its Pet House Candles which are hand-poured in the USA with 100% natural soy wax and are tested and proven to eliminate 99% of pet odors. Its unique and much-loved product line also includes mini candles, wax melts, air fresheners, room sprays and car fresheners. All of Pet House products are made in the USA with premium fragrances that contain no dyes, phthalates or parabens.

“For non-profit animal rescues across the country, fundraising is essential for long-term survival. Between food, veterinary expenses and countless supplies, there’s no doubt that running a rescue or humane group is expensive,” expresses David Neuwirth, founder of One Fur All, “There is a significant amount of love that’s behind a rescue group, and we want to do our part to show our gratitude.”

The participating rescues are from different parts of the country,including: A Dog’s World, No Mutts Left Behind Inc., Animal Shelter. Inc., The Tanzie Project, Pup & Cat Co., Grateful Hearts Senior Dog Rescue, Forever Home Beagle Rescue, South Bay Rabbit Rescue, Pisgah Animal Welfare Society, PAWS Chicago, Ace of Hearts Dog Rescue, Rescue Our Furry Friends, Aussie Rescue.

Both Valentine’s Day and February 20th’s “National Love Your Pet Day” are two occasions celebrating love, which makes February a great time to light a candle, embrace some sweet aromas and create a relaxing ambience within your home. One Fur All’s Fresh Cut Roses Pet House Candle is the perfect Valentine’s fragrance to invite into your home this month. Learn more, shop and GIVE BACK here.




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