Pet Supermarket Takes To The Ice With The Florida Panthers On January 27 To Support Southeast Veterinary Neurology And Pets In Need Of Neurological Care

Pet Supermarket, a specialty pet supply retailer with locations across the U.S. Southeast, is proudly serving as a hometown partner of the Friday, January 27, Florida Panthers hockey game supporting Southeast Veterinary Neurology’s charitable fund. In addition to a generous contribution from Pet Supermarket as the leading sponsor, the “Florida Cats Help Dogs” game at FLA Live Arena, which will start at 7 p.m. and feature the Florida Panthers hosting the Los Angeles Kings, will benefit pets in need of neurological care with donations from seats purchased.

All proceeds from ticket sales secured through Southeast Veterinary Neurology will be directed to the charitable fund of Florida’s largest veterinary neurology practice. Hockey fans and pet parents should visit to purchase tickets.

“As an organization, Pet Supermarket takes the wellness of all pets seriously. We are privileged to be providing support for Southeast Veterinary Neurology’s charitable fund and assisting pets in need of critical care,” said Allen McClard, CEO of Pet Supermarket. “Our corporate office is headquartered within minutes from the home of the Florida Panthers, so we are equally excited to be teaming up with our neighbors to make a difference in the lives of pets.”

“We truly appreciate the support of the Florida Panthers and Pet Supermarket,” said Jennifer Cohen, Head of Development for Southeast Veterinary Neurology.

“We keep families together by giving second chances to pets and hope to the people who love them,” said Dr. Michael Wong, CEO and Founder of Southeast Veterinary Neurology, about the impact of Pet Supermarket and the Florida Panthers’ contribution.

Pet Supermarket’s participation in the upcoming “Florida Cats Help Dogs” game highlights the company’s ongoing commitment to strengthening the communities it serves. Through its Lend a Paw charitable giving initiative, Pet Supermarket raises thousands of dollars annually for local rescues and shelters, supports its service areas through storewide fundraisers and furthers the mission of its nonprofit partners. Most recently, Pet Supermarket distributed truckloads of pet food, hygienic products and household supplies to communities affected by Hurricane Ian. For more information about the retailer’s charitable impact, visit and follow Pet Supermarket on social media.


Pet Supermarket is a one-stop shop offering a broad selection of premium pet food, supplies and services sold by trained professional staff who provide knowledgeable and friendly assistance. Pet Supermarket has over 200 locations equipped to provide pet parents with the convenience to shop locally in a community-oriented and welcoming environment. In addition, Pet Supermarket’s robust e-commerce experience includes standard and same-day delivery. To learn more about Pet Supermarket, visit


Southeast Veterinary Neurology is a specialty veterinary hospital with three South Florida locations serving Miami, Boynton Beach, and Jupiter, and one coming soon to Virginia Beach, that exclusively treats dogs and cats with neurological conditions such as seizures, strokes, brain tumors, and paralysis. On a mission to help 20,000 pets walk again by 2025, SEVN strives to keep families together by giving second chances to pets and hope to the people who love them. For more information, please visit


Veterinary Care Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity that helps veterinary practices discount or completely cover the cost of treatment for families and rescue groups in need. 100% of every contribution made to Southeast Veterinary Neurology through the Foundation goes directly to a disadvantaged patient’s care. For more information, please visit


The NHL’s Florida Panthers are in their 29th season in the league, competing in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The Florida Panthers won the Presidents Trophy in 2021-22, earning the most points during the regular season. Under General Manager Bill Zito, the Panthers have grown into a tenacious, dynamic and exciting team led by Team Captain Aleksander Barkov, stalwart defenseman Aaron Ekblad, two-time Vezina Trophy recipient Sergei Bobrovsky and a deep roster of proven and promising NHL talent. At home in Sunrise, Fla. at the FLA Live Arena, the Panthers are set to host the 2023 NHL All-Star Game.