Nominations sought for animal hall
The North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association honors the human-animal bond annually by recognizing special animals that have made a difference in someone’s life.
Owners and caretakers whose pet have shown exceptional affection, bravery and/or empathy are encouraged to submit nominations for this year’s 16th annual NDVMA Animal Hall of Fame awards.
Nominations are being sought in the following categories: hero, an animal that has saved or preserved a human life; companion, an animal that has provided extraordinary benefits to its human companion or community; professional, an animal professionally trained to assist humans, such as police dogs, military dogs, search and rescue or guide dogs for the blind; and therapy, an animal beneficial to hospice, nursing homes, prisons or other facilities.
Nomination forms can be downloaded from the NDVMA’s website at www.ndvma.com or by contacting the NDVMA office at 701-221-7740.
Nomination forms can be downloaded from the NDVMA’s website at www.ndvma.com or by calling 701-221-7740. The nomination deadline is June 1.