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The Wine Country Cowgirl Color Guard, GM Maren Parrish, Mayor Maryanne Edwards (and the first dog) and Boy Scouts from Troop 309.
The Wine Country Cowgirl Color Guard, GM Maren Parrish, Mayor Maryanne Edwards (and the first dog) and Boy Scouts from Troop 309.

Petco celebrates grand re-opening in Temecula

Friday, April 4th, 2014
Issue 14, Volume 18.

TEMECULA – On Saturday, March 29 Petco celebrated its grand reopening of its Temecula store, located at 40474 Winchester Road. Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards joined in on the festivities, which began with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. 

Several companies and organizations participated in the celebration, including the famous skateboarding bulldog Tillman, Temecula Boy Scouts, Animal Friends of the Valley, Lucky Bunny Rabbit Rescue, the Beak Squad and more.

Temecula Wine Country and Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival hosted giveaways for attendees, and the community also brought their furry friends along for the Advertisement
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family-friendly activities. 

The revamped Temecula Petco store will continue to offer local pet parents everyday necessities and a wide-variety of high quality food options, including natural, organic and raw food selections. The store will also still host monthly companion animal events, which are complimentary, interactive educational forums for families such as the annual hit Reptile Rally. 

In addition, residents can count on the store continuing to help find homes for animals in need by hosting adoption events throughout the year.

For more information about the newly remodeled Temecula Petco, visit or call the store at (951) 296-0388. 



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