Friendly Ford and The Animal Foundation Present the Fall “Paws for the Cause”
Pet Adoption Event, Saturday, October 27th 10am – 3pm
Friendly Ford and The Animal Foundation have teamed up once again for the “Paws for the Cause” Pet Adoption Event this Saturday, October 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All pets adopted at Friendly Ford during the event are already spayed or neutered and up to date on shots. With every adoption, The Animal Foundation is providing pet gift bags filled with leashes, dog bowls, rope toys, chew toys, Frisbees and more. Also, everyone who adopts a pet that day will receive a complimentary mini-studio portrait session from Pet’ographique. Citizen Protection Dog Club and Rescue will do live on-leash obedience demonstrations and MP K9 All Breed Dog Training will offer 25% discounts to any adopter who signs up for a training package.
“We are thrilled that this has become a bi-annual event and this fall is the perfect time to adopt a dog or cat at Friendly Ford,” said Jason Davis, General Manager of Friendly Ford. “If you are interested in adopting or are a current pet owner, please stop by Friendly Ford for this fun event.”
The Animal Foundation Spay and Neuter Trailer will also be on hand at Friendly Ford and Dr. Lynch of the Desert Inn Animal Hospital and Warm Springs Animal Hospital will be on hand offering free micro chipping for pets courtesy of Friendly Ford.
Located off Decatur at U.S. 95, Friendly Ford has served Las Vegas for 42 years; is a One Ford Elite winner and a 13-time Presidents Award Winner, Ford’s highest honors for customer satisfaction and excellence. For more information, please call 702-870-7221, or visit www.friendlyfordlv.com .
About The Animal Foundation
The Animal Foundation (www.animalfoundation.com ) believes community is essential, education is empowerment and action is everything. Their mission is to inspire and enable people to join the fight against pet overpopulation. Services offered include pet adoptions, low-cost spay and neuter procedures and vaccination services, and volunteering and foster opportunities. Since their reorganization in 2007, The Animal Foundation has put together one of the best teams of animal sheltering professionals in the country and are becoming a shelter model for responsibility, efficiency and effectiveness. The Animal Foundation takes in 50,000 animals per year and feels it is equally important to continually educate about spaying and neutering your animals.