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Rays and PetPal Animal Shelter partner for sixth "Players and Pooches" calendar

For the sixth straight year, the Tampa Bay Rays and Pet Pal Animal Shelter have partnered to create the "Players and Pooches" calendar. The calendar, which costs $15, is available online now at raysbaseball.com/ petpal.
November 17, 2017

For the sixth straight year, the Tampa Bay Rays and Pet Pal Animal Shelter have partnered to create the "Players and Pooches" calendar. The calendar, which costs $15, is available online now at raysbaseball.com/ petpal. Calendars can be shipped anywhere in the continental U.S. through the online ordering system for

For the sixth straight year, the Tampa Bay Rays and Pet Pal Animal Shelter have partnered to create the "Players and Pooches" calendar. The calendar, which costs $15, is available online now at raysbaseball.com/ petpal. Calendars can be shipped anywhere in the continental U.S. through the online ordering system for a $7 shipping fee. In addition, the calendar can also be purchased at the Pet Pal Animal Shelter, Pet Pal Veterinary Clinic and Pet Pal Thrift Store in St. Petersburg, starting Monday, November 20. All proceeds from the calendar benefit Pet Pal Animal Shelter.
This year's full-color calendar consists of 12 months, each featuring a Rays player or coach along with either their own dog(s) or a dog from Pet Pal.
The calendar includes: Brad Boxberger, Alex Colomé, Corey Dickerson, Matt Duffy, Jake Faria, Kevin Kiermaier, Evan Longoria, Brad Miller, Jake Odorizzi, Steven Souza Jr. and coach Rocco Baldelli. The calendar is made possible by the Rays Baseball Foundation and Sarah Wood Photography. A Tampa-based lifestyle photographer, Sarah donates her photography services every year to multiple dog rescue groups in the Tampa Bay area. For more information on Sarah, please visit sarahwoodphoto.com.
Pet Pal Animal Shelter is a no-kill, nonprofit 501(c)(3) animal organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from animal shelters that may otherwise be euthanized due to time limitations, illness, injuries or lack of socialization and training. It is also committed to educating the public about the pet overpopulation crisis, the importance of spaying/neutering and responsible pet ownership.
For more information or to donate to Pet Pal Animal Shelter, visit petpalanimalshelter.com or call (727) 328-7738.