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Hank "The Ballpark Pup" has made his arrival at his Milwaukee home.  The once-homeless dog has taken the hearts of Brewers fans, players employees, and pet lovers everywhere.

"Weeks ago, no one heard of this dog, and now it's a national news story," Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele said when Hank arrived on Sunday.

Brewers fans will be able to take part in the excitement and contribute to a great cause starting on Tuesday, March 17th when Hank T-shirts and other memorabilia will arrive and be available to the public at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park.  With the purchase of any Hank item, 20% of the retail price will be donated to the Wisconsin Humane Society. Plus, fans will have an opportunity to meet Hank that morning at Miller Park.

The Hank-themed apparel has been in huge demand since the news started surround the homeless dog.

"Brewers Chief Operating Officer Rick Schlesinger told hank fans, "We're thrilled to be partnering with the Wisconsin and Arizona Humane Societies in helping not only raise funds to benefit the cause, but also elevate awareness for the problem of stray animals in Wisconsin, Arizona and beyond."

Brewers fans will be able to take part in the excitement and contribute to a great cause starting on Tuesday when Hank T-shirts and other memorabilia will arrive and be available to the public at the Brewers Team Store.  With the purchase of any Hank item, 20% of the retail price will be donated to the Wisconsin Humane Society.

 Fans will also have an opportunity to meet Hank that morning at Miller Park.

"We couldn't be more grateful to the Brewers for this generous and unexpected gift," said Anne Reed, President & CEO of the Wisconsin Humane Society. "We depend upon community support to help more than 25,000 companion and wild animals every year, and it is astounding and inspiring to us that little Hank will help save the lives of so many homeless animals."

As for Hank's new home, he has been permanently adopted by the family of a Milwaukee Brewers executive.

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