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Tails Of Nye County would like to thank the following businesses for their support of our raffle that was held on Aug. 3. Your generosity enables Tails to continue saving lives by helping people in our community spay and neuter their pets to prevent unwanted litters. We are deeply appreciative to the following:

Wimpy’s Storage, Law Offices of Glen Lerner, Wulfy’s, Proactive Pest Control, Saddle West, Gold Town, Pahrump Valley Obedience Club, Wave Direct, Preferred RV Resort, Access Realty, Al’s Auto Body, Pahrump Rentals and Quality Vacuum Superstore.

A special thanks to Ron and Patti Cross of Shadow Mountain Feed for your support, kindness, and advocacy of spaying and neutering.

Jackie Casano

President/Tails Of Nye County

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