Cat Adopts Dog

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(PR) (TRENTON,  NJ) – Some dogs “roll over”, some can “shake hands” and others “speak”, but you can bet that newly adopted “Dee Dee’s” favorite trick will be fetching baseballs. 

 Pitching Coach Tom Signore of the visiting New Hampshire Fisher Cats has adopted “Dee Dee”, a year old Yorkshire Terrior, who was featured at ARM & HAMMER Park as the Trenton Thunder and Northstar VETS “Dog of the Day” on Thursday, May 9.  The adoption paperwork with Res-Q-Pets of Trenton was finalized today and “Dee Dee” will be making her first baseball road trip after the game as she rides the team bus back to New Hampshire.  Tom said he’s considering re-naming his new puppy “Thunder”.   

At all 71 Thunder home  games, a different “Dog of the Day” is paraded around the field in front  of the crowd and a description of the potential pet is read over the  public address system.  Fans are invited to “meet” the dog in person or  to pick up a flyer at the NJM Fan Services Center on the concourse.  After the game, the  dog’s picture is posted on the “Dog of the Day” photo gallery accessed  through the team’s facebook page.

The NorthStar VETS “Dog of the Day” program, now in its seventh season, has helped hundreds of dogs find homes with Thunder fans and staff  members over the years but this is the first time a member of one of the  teams has adopted.

NorthStar VETS is a 24 hour emergency vet hospital located in Mercer County, New Jersey. They are revolutionizing traditional hospital visits by not only focusing on specialized patient care but also rolling out the red carpet and providing five star service for everyone who walks through the doors. As part of their commitment to leading the way, NorthStar VETS is currently the only AAHA Accredited Referral Hospital in NJ that provides veterinary emergency, trauma and specialty services for animals and pets including dogs, cats, avian, and exotics.

NorthStar VETS proudly provides emergency veterinarians, board-certified surgeons and internists 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year throughout the New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, and Delaware region to ensure that pets get the care they deserve.

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