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The 2019 Pet Calendars are on Sale!!!

It is time is to order your 2019 APF Pet Calendar! Calendars will feature all of our contest pet submissions along with important dates and porphyria facts.  

Each calendar is $12 for orders shipped in the US. Want to give a gift that gives back? This is the perfect way to support the porphyria community while brightening the year of your friends and family. We can ship it to the home of a loved one with an included gift message. All funds raised support our Protect the Future program and training up the next generation of porphyria experts. 

This is a great chance to support the APF and the future of porphyria while enjoying 12-months of our furry, fuzzy, and even feathery friends.

To order call the APF office at 866.APF.3635 or email or visit the APF store using the link below.

Bookmark the APF Website as your favorite!

If you have not already done so, please take a moment and bookmark the APF website as one of your favorites! If this is something that you have done in the past, please remove the old bookmark and replace it with the newly updated website address.

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