Pet Night on Capitol Hill

Thank You for Making Pet Night on Capitol Hill 2019 a Success!

Thank you!

On behalf of the 85 million American homes that have experienced the beneficial effects of pet ownership, the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI), the Pet Food Institute (PFI), and Pet Leadership Council want to thank you for helping to make Pet Night on Capitol Hill 2019 a huge success. With your help, pet care community leaders can continue to raise awareness of the positive effects pets have on our lives and of the life-changing and lifesaving policies that support those effects.

Please continue to support the efforts of HABRI, the Pet Food Institute, and the Pet Leadership Council as they continue to explore ways to make life better for humans and animals alike. We look forward to seeing you at Pet Night on Capitol Hill 2020! Until then, scroll down to check out some additional photos from the evening.

About Pet Night

Hosted by the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI), the Pet Food Institute (PFI), and the Pet Leadership Council (PLC), Pet Night brings the power of pets to Capitol Hill, delivering the message to our elected representatives that pets are important for human health and quality of life. Pet Night convenes elected representatives, industry leaders, the veterinary community, animal welfare advocates and research organizations to learn about the importance of pet ownership in America and the growing scientific evidence that pet ownership leads to improved wellbeing for both people and animals.

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Pet Spotlights at Pet Night!

Photos

Animal Health Institute’s Cutest Dog winner
Henry the avalanche rescue dog
Pet Night sponsor, Purina, with Westminster Best in Show Winner, 2019, King the wire fox terrier
Congressman Roger Marshall (KS-01) with Henry the avalanche rescue dog
Dana Brooks presenting the Pets’ Best Friend Award to James Glueck, accepting the award on behalf of Senator Pat Roberts