Win a diamond necklace during Humane Society’s ‘Diamonds in the Ruff’ campaign

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is kicking off their Diamonds in the Ruff Campaign in time for Adopt a Shelter Pet Day on April 30.

From April 30 until May 5, the shelter will offer adoption fees at just $30 per animal, and anyone who helps save a shelter pet during this time will be entered for a chance to win a 4k gold diamond paw print pendant necklace from Elizabeth Diamond Company.

If you cannot adopt a pet but still want a chance to win the necklace, every $30 donated to the shelter during this time will buy you one entry. Donations can be made online at this website.

“Supporting one of our Diamonds in the Ruff, be it through donations or adoptions, is a great way to really impact animals in our community,” said Brian Weltge, President & CEO of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton. “We are so honored to work with Elizabeth Diamond Company on this campaign and hope that we will not only raise much needed funds, but ultimately find lots of fantastic animals their forever homes!”

The winning ticket will be drawn at Elizabeth Diamond Company located at 7245 Far Hills Avenue in Dayton on Monday, May 6, at 2 pm. The drawing will also be streamed live on the Humane Society of Greater Dayton’s Facebook page.

All proceeds from the event go toward caring for the homeless pets at the Humane Society of Greater Dayton.

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