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Valley Business Donates Air Conditioners to Valley’s Homeless Pets

Written by: Arizona Humane Society
A Generous Gift for AHS’ Trauma Patients Totals More Than $140,000 Over Six Years!

The Arizona Humane Society’s (AHS) pets received a cool gift on May 16th. Day & Night Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing, a local company who is passionate about giving back to the community, generously donated two air conditioning units and a maintenance package, valued at more than $22,000, to the Arizona Humane Society. This is the sixth consecutive year Day & Night has donated to AHS, totaling more than $140,000, to help keep AHS’ pets safe.

Air Conditioner InstallThe new units were installed in AHS’ Marge Wright Veterinary Clinic at its Sunnyslope Campus, which has been in operation since 1957. This generous donation comes just one year after Day & Night donated Air Scrubbers by Aerus to the shelter in an effort to improve air quality for AHS’ staff and pets.

Last year, AHS provided veterinary services to more than 17,500 owned pets through its veterinary clinics. With the hot summer being the most challenging time for shelters throughout the Valley due to dangerous temperatures and a prolonged kitten season, this much-needed donations comes at a critical time for AHS and the pets it cares for.

“Day & Night continues to step up and support AHS in our lifesaving efforts time and time again,” said Dr. Steven Hansen, AHS President and CEO. “From our animal trauma hospital to our veterinary clinics, we could not care for the lives of the Valley’s most vulnerable pets without the help of our community and our amazing partners who continue to support our lifesaving mission.”

Air Conditioner Install Crew“We are happy to be in a position that enables us to partner with an organization like the Arizona Humane Society that is aligned with a cause that is near to our heart.” said Jeff Martin, owner of Day & Night. “I asked our employees for feedback on who they would like to support, and they overwhelmingly chose AHS.”