Camden Make a Dog’s Day Event with Subaru Will Be Held October 22nd

Camden Make a Dog’s Day Event with Subaru Will Be Held October 22nd

 

October 15, 2021

 

Voorhees, NJ – Animal Welfare Association has teamed up with Subaru of America, Inc. for Camden Make a Dog’s Day, the local activation of the third annual National Make a Dog’s Day. In 2019, Subaru established National Make a Dog’s Day as a national holiday on October 22 as part of the automaker’s commitment to supporting the well-being of pets. The day is aimed at helping the hard-to-adopt shelter dogs find loving homes and encourages people to do something special for their dog to “make” their day and share their happy dog on social media using #MakeADogsDay.

 

The Make a Dog’s Day event will be held on October 22nd from 3pm until 6pm at Von Neida Park in Camden NJ. The day will include family and dog friendly festivities including a Trunk or Treat featuring decorated Subaru vehicles, dog themed carnival games, pumpkin decorating, dog treats, dog ID tags, ask the vet station, and more.

 

Dozens of Subaru volunteers will be helping out at the event with the prize tables and pet food giveaways. AWA staff members will be on hand to answer dog care questions and conduct dog demonstrations and games.

 

“We are very excited to be hosting this event with Subaru of America for the City of Camden Community,” says Jeana Hoffman, Animal Welfare Association’s Event Planner and Business Liaison. “This is a fun way to interact with residents while providing them with free treats and necessities for their canine family members.”

 

It is suggested that attendees arrive early. Children must attend with a responsible adult. Masks will be required to attend the event and all dogs must be on a non-retractable leash.

 

To learn more about Animal Welfare Association visit: awanj.org

 

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Animal Welfare Association, a private, non-profit, 501(c)3 animal welfare organization, serves the people and animals of southern New Jersey. AWA is dedicated to eliminating animal suffering, promoting the importance of the human-animal bond, and improving the role of animals in the wellbeing of people. Through a variety of programs including adoptions, veterinary services, pet therapy, and humane education. AWA is South Jersey’s leader in progressive companion animal care.

 

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