BEND, Ore., Nov. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Oregrown Industries, Oregon's premier farm to table cannabis company, has partnered with the Humane Society of Central Oregon to cover the costs of adopting older pets.
"Imagine the perfect pet – one that doesn't chew or scratch the furniture, is housetrained from day one, and is full of love," said Oregrown co-founder Christina Hadar. "That's what you tend to get when you adopt an older pet. That's why, for many families, senior pets make the best companions. And right now, adopting a senior pet is easier and more affordable than ever."
The Humane Society of Central Oregon is currently offering a 50 percent discount on adoptions of animals seven years and older. Oregrown will cover the remaining adoption-related costs through the end of November.
On "Giving Tuesday," November 29, customers at Oregrown's flagship dispensary in downtown Bend can earn a 10% discount by donating $5 or more to the Humane Society of Central Oregon. The shelter will use the donations to purchase a much-needed X-ray machine.
Hadar said the partnership with the Humane Society is part of Oregrown's commitment to community and helping those in need, including those who have no voice.
"Pet adoption is a cause that is near and dear to us at Oregrown," Hadar said. "Many of us are lucky to have pets of our own. We want to encourage our neighbors to adopt or foster an animal this holiday season."
Meet your perfect pet today at the Humane Society of Central Oregon at 61179 SE 27th Street in Bend, or see adoptable pets online at http://hsco.org.
Oregrown is Oregon's premier farm-to-table cannabis company, garnering back-to-back awards for Central Oregon's Best Dispensary at its flagship store at 1199 NW Wall Street in Bend, OR. Offering an upscale retail experience with an amazing staff and high-end products including solventless extractions and one-of-a-kind cultivars, Oregrown continues to innovate, develop and release world-class offerings, delivery methods and applications to patients and recreational customers.
PHOTO DOWNLOAD: Seven-year-old Hoku found her new best friends this week at the Humane Society of Central Oregon. (Photo credit: Humane Society of Central Oregon. Cutline: use linked text above)
Karynn Fish, Oregrown Industries
Lynne Ouchida, Humane Society of Central Oregon
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