Nov 2, 2020

DCHS and Subaru Loves Pets Adoption Week

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48 animals find loving homes during the DCHS and Don Miller Subaru West virtual adoption event!

During the last week of October, Dane County Humane Society (DCHS) and Don Miller Subaru West partnered together to help animals find homes through a virtual pet adoption week! From October 24-October 31, DCHS adopters received $25 worth of pet supplies and Lonely Hearts Club animals had their adoption fees reduced. This event was made possible through the ASPCA & Subaru Loves Pets Grant Program.

Community interest kept DCHS Adoption Counselors busy, with almost every available adoption appointment booked through the entire week. DCHS is happy to announce that 48 animals found loving homes during the event, including 24 cats, 22 dogs, 1 duck and 1 chicken!

“We were so excited to partner with Don Miller Subaru West, ASPCA and Subaru to help animals find homes during this virtual adoption event,” says Amy Good, Director of Development and Marketing for DCHS. “Partnerships like this make it possible for us to continue our mission of helping people and animals in our community."

“We wanted to partner with Dane County Humane Society because Don Miller Subaru West and its employees wish to Share the Love that pets bring us every day,” says Steve Roberts, Service Adviser at Don Miller Subaru West.

Thank you so much to the ASPCA, Subaru Loves Pets, Don Miller West Subaru and Subaru for their continued efforts to help homeless pets find loving homes!

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