About The Event
You are invited to join us at the biggest one-day pet adoption event in New York State at participating Curtis Lumber retail store locations.
PetAPalooza gives you and your family the perfect opportunity to mingle with shelter and rescue pets in a fun, friendly, and supportive environment.
Plus, meet with local veterinarians, groomers, pet sitters, and more to find the perfect caregivers for your new family member!
Many pet service providers will be offering discounts on their services. So, if you are thinking of adopting a new pet, or are just a pet lover - stop by and check us out on Saturday, June 15, 2024!
Curtis Lumber Is Where It's At!
PetAPalooza is taking place at a Curtis Lumber retail store near you! Join us for the day and meet and mingle with adorable adopatables from local shelters and rescue groups!
Most animal shelters and rescue groups in attendance are reducing their adoption fees for PetAPalooza and adoption fees will vary from each shelter or rescue group.
"Given A New Chance"
Dear Jay, Its me Lucky, the dog who finally got adopted after 5 years at Estherville Animal Shelter. I’m so glad they never gave up on me because I now have a wonderful owner. A special thanks to you for hosting the Pet-A-Palooza because of your generosity and kindness, I’ve been given a chance to start a new life. Please thank all those wonderful Curtis Lumber volunteers for making me so happy!"
Just wanted to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. I was able to adopt a cat because you cared. I live on a very fixed income and my last cat had died in Jan. but I knew I could not afford to even adopt a pet because of the cost. Thanks to you and your generous offer I now own a very old but loving cat named Mr. Peeps. Once again, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU."
Mr. Peeps New Mom
On behalf of all the animals you helped today at Petapalooza, a very special Thank You to your family and employees. Many animals now have homes where yesterday they did not. The flip side of that also means that rescuers now have room to help and assist other animals in need. A win/win situation indeed. Thank you for all you do and for having such compassion for God's other creatures.