Northside SF
“Million Dollar Mutt” benefits Pets Unlimited
Pet Food Express co-owner Michael Levy (with his dog Winston) presents a matching donation check for $25,000 to Pets Unlimited executive director Sally Wortman (photo: Iris Rowlee)

District 2 Supervisor Mark Farrell and “Million Dollar Mutt” Kyoto were on hand at Pets Unlimited in Pacific Heights on Thursday, Feb. 16, to help Pet Food Express co-owner Michael Levy present a $25,000 check to Pets Unlimited executive director Sally Wortman, matching the $25,000 Pets Unlimited raised at the end of 2011 through the My Mutt program.

Since its inception a decade ago, My Mutt has raised over a million dollars, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to help animal shelters, rescue groups and nonprofits. Pet parents who make a donation in support of their favorite organization receive a professional photo shoot for their pet and their pet’s poster hangs at a Pet Food Express store for up to one year. If you would like to help My Mutt raise the next million dollars, or for more information about the program, please call 510-924-3300 or visit for details.

Supervisor Mark Farrell with Kyoto, whose mom Amanda Barnett donated the millionth dollar to the My Mutt program in support of Pets Unlimited (photo: Iris Rowlee)

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