Animal Planet’s “Dr Jeff Rocky Mountain Vet” Raising Money with January Virtual Challenge


Animal Planet’s Dr. Jeff Rocky Mountain Vet is raising funds with a January virtual fitness challenge. The challenge is called “New Year, New You” and will raise funds for Planned Pethood International, which is headquartered in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

About New Year, New You

Dedicate January 15th to February 15th, 2021 to walking once a day with our dogs, running a 5k, dancing every day, or trying a virtual fitness pilates or yoga class.  The great thing is you get to choose what inspires you. Getting sponsors and updating your progress on social media with the support of your friends and family will keep you on track with your workout goals. 

Step One: Click the JOIN TEAM button below and create a fundraising campaign page. Share your movement goal and why you’re dedicating that movement to Planned Pethood International.

Step Two: Share, Share, Share, your campaign page with everyone you know.  Sharing your goals with others helps to motivate your movement.

Planned Pethood International (PPI) is dedicated to an overall healthy lifestyle for you AND your pets. Many of us have become COVID couch potatoes. Let’s start moving again and COMMIT to get FIT! Here are a list of clubs and workout faciilities in the Denver Metro area supporting this event:  Wheatridge Elixir Wellness & Pilates,  Belmar Running Club.

Athletes raising $250 or more will receive a Planned Pethood International t-shirt, tank top, or face mask.

Learn more about the challenge at:

About Planned Pethood International

At Planned Pethood International (PPI), our mission is to significantly reduce pet overpopulation and suffering of companion animals by offering affordable common sense veterinary medicine to everyone. We are a full service affordable quality care clinic for companion animals. We believe that everyone should be able to afford medical care for their pet. PPI offers exams, vaccinations, spay/neutering and full surgical services. PPI also offers low cost spay/neuter clinics throughout the world, veterinarian training in over thirty-six countries, and adoptable rescued animals.

Our nation euthanizes more than 3.7 million dogs and cats every year according to the American Humane Organization, one of the founding members of the National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy. Affordable veterinary medicine and spay/neuter can prevent so many unnecessary deaths of innocent animals. Your support is crucial to our efforts.

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