NEW DELHI (AP) Veterinarians and dog owners are excited about the latest donation from the United States government to the world’s largest veterinary charity, PetSmart.

The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has donated $4.5 million for a new dog medicine program at PetSmart’s veterinary clinic in New York City.

The program is aimed at dogs that have not received treatment from the FDA’s veterinary medicine center, which vets more than 90 million dogs every year.

The organization is the nation’s largest dog care provider.

The money will be used to establish a veterinary clinic at the PetSmart headquarters in New Jersey.

PetSmart is the country’s largest pet-care company and has about 1,000 veterinary clinics in 34 states.

PetScoop has reported on the new program, which is expected to begin in 2019.

Read more about the program here: The program, called the New York Dog Medicine Initiative, is the first major gift to the organization in decades.

The $4M will be allocated to the program and will be distributed as part of a $6 billion program to improve the health of animals in the United State and abroad.

PetSmart is also the nation “largest dog care company” with more than 1,700 veterinary clinics, according to a 2016 report by PetSciences.

The company also owns more than 10,000 pet stores and sells products that are intended for pets of all ages.