Tractor Supply Company at 1580 E. F St., Oakdale, will host pet and livestock adoptions on Saturday, June 17 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
During the event – which is held in celebration of pet and livestock owners – families will have the opportunity to visit with adoptable animals, and are also invited to interact with adoption volunteers to learn more about the joys and responsibilities associated with owning anything from cats and dogs to rabbits, goats, pigs, horses and more.
Purina Days is an annual in-store event from June 14 to 18 that highlights pets and livestock, as well as the tools needed to properly care for them. Oakdale Tractor Supply team members with experience caring for a wide variety of animals will be on-site to lend expert advice to customers.
“Pets and animals provide families with years of joy and we’re proud to recognize the community organizations that work so hard to ensure as many as possible are going to good homes,” said Larry Johnson, manager of the Oakdale Tractor Supply store. “Whether you own a dog or a goat, Purina Days is all about celebrating our partnership with families who lovingly and responsibly raise animals of all kinds.”
Contact the Oakdale Tractor Supply store at 209-845-2402 for details about Purina Days. Groups looking to participate should visit TSCEventPartners.com and click Purina Days under the “Choose Event” tab.
Tractor Supply, both online and in store, offers a comprehensive selection of products for equine, livestock, pets and small animals, including items necessary for their health, care, growth and containment.
Founded in 1938, Tractor Supply Company is the largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States. As of April 1, 2017, the Company operated 1,617 Tractor Supply stores in 49 states and an e-commerce website at www.tractorsupply.com. Tractor Supply stores are focused on supplying the lifestyle needs of recreational farmers and ranchers and others who enjoy the rural lifestyle, as well as tradesmen and small businesses. Stores are located primarily in towns outlying major metropolitan markets and in rural communities.