Dog appreciation 'pawty' helps man's best friend

Subaru of Pembroke Pines, Abandoned Pet Rescue team up for adoptions


PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – Subaru of Pembroke Pines hosted its second "Dog Appreciation Pawty" to celebrate all dog breeds, pure and mixed, while creating public awareness for dogs that need to be rescued.

The event also honored dogs that selflessly keep us safe and bring comfort with their service.

Subaru of Pembroke Pines, part of the Craig Zinn Automotive Group, teamed up with Abandoned Pet Rescue, which holds the position as Broward County's largest no-kill shelter, to help find good homes for man's best friend.

"By hosting adoptions, we aim to make a vast difference in the lives of defenseless dogs, individuals and families who all benefit from the love and companionship dogs so willingly provide," said Martine Zinn, automotive corporate relations executive at the Craig Zinn Automotive Group.

There was a little something for everyone at the event. Participants enjoyed a complimentary barbecue lunch while experiencing tail-wagging, dog-themed activities.

"Abandoned Pet Rescue was gratified to work with Subaru of Pembroke Pines on an amazing event where our rescues had the opportunity to be adopted," said Larry Wallenstein, an APR volunteer. "It was a doggone good event."


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