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Here at Complete Chem-Dry of Lake Orion, we are committed to helping families throughout Michigan maintain healthy, happy homes. This commitment extends to each member of your family, including the ones with tails and paws. We love pets. It’s why we developed a service aimed specifically toward pet owners. Our Pet Urine Removal Treatment (P.U.R.T.) helps to keep your carpets clean, safe, and healthy for all who live under your roof.

Best friends animal societyAs part of our commitment to creating happy homes, Chem-Dry has partnered with Best Friends Animal Society® and is helping to raise money to support animal shelters around the US. We’ve started an initiative, Cleaning for the PAWS, which aims to encourage rescue pet adoption. Right now, for every can of World Famous Spot Remover that we sell, a $1 contribution will be made to Best Friends Animal Society. You can also make a direct donation to support rescue pet adoption through the link below:

Donate to Best Friends Animal Society Today!

The mission of Best Friends Animal Society is to bring about a time when there are no more homeless pets. To achieve this goal, Best Friends has been building effective programs to save animals for over 30 years. Their “No More Homeless Pets Network” coordinates animal shelters and rescue groups from across the country to hold adoption events, public education campaigns and fundraising drives. Some of Best Friends Animal Society’s critical initiatives include combating puppy mills and promoting spay/neuter programs to reduce the number of animals entering shelters.

We hope that you will join us in supporting this worthy cause. All contributions will go directly to Best Friends Animal Society and their ‘No More Homeless Pets Network’, which includes over 1500 animal shelters across the country.

To make a donation to Best Friends Animal Society® and help them in their mission to find happy homes for all rescue pets, visit

To learn more about Best Friends and their ‘No More Homeless Pets Network’, visit