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Looking For A Pet Dog? The Chicago Wolves Can Help!

For the tenth straight year, the AHL's Chicago Wolves are running their popular Adopt-a-Dog nights in conjunction with the Chicago’s Department of Animal Care and Control (ACC) Adopt-a-Dog program. At seven games this season, you can find out more information and even adopt a pet. The first game will be this Saturday when the Wolves take on the Milwaukee Admirals at the Allstate Arena in their home opener:

Fans interested in adopting a dog can visit “Krogger’s Canines” - named after center Jason Krog, team spokesman for the program - in the South lobby throughout the game on Saturday.↵

↵“As always, we’re thrilled to be able to assist this program,” said Wolves Senior Vice President of Operations Courtney Mahoney. “It’s such a unique and successful initiative and the support we get from the fans each year is amazing. We hope to find homes for at least 100 dogs this season.”↵

↵The Adopt-a-Dog program will also make appearances at the Allstate Arena on: Dec. 18, Jan. 8, Feb. 19, March 6, March 26 and April 9.


For more information, call 1-800-THE-WOLVES or contact the ACC at 312-747-1380.