Subaru's Love Promise: Pets

Subaru's Love Promise: Pets

Whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy. Follow #SubaruLovesPets or www.subaru.com/pets

 

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Subaru Shows Love for Dogs Through the First-Ever National Make A Dog’s Day
Subaru of America Inc. is furthering its commitment to animals in need and its partnership with the ASPCA® this month by creating the first-ever National Make A Dog’s Day on October 22, 2019. On this day, Subaru and the ASPCA encourage dog lovers nationwide to “do something extra special for their furry best friends.” But this message doesn’t stop with our pets at home. Subaru is also focusing...
Oct 22, 2019 3:40 PM ET
Subaru of America Expands Pet Adoptions to More Than 40 National Auto Shows Nationwide
Camden, NJ, October 9, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced that due to the overwhelming success of pet adoption events at auto shows in 2018, the automaker is expanding its pet adoptions to more than 40 auto shows across the country through the remainder of this year and into 2020. As part of the ...
Oct 14, 2019 9:00 AM ET
Subaru of America Reaffirms Commitment to Pets in Need During October “Subaru Loves Pets” Month and Establishes First-Ever “National Make a Dog’s Day” on October 22
CAMDEN, N.J., October 1, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced the return of its Subaru Loves Pets initiative, dedicating the month of October to supporting the well-being and protection of animals across the country. As in past years, Subaru will continue its partnership with...
Oct 1, 2019 8:30 AM ET
Dogs in Cars: The Trouble with Big Dogs [Part 2]
If you don’t care about your pooch, self-preservation should be enough to restrain your pet properly, right? However, after talking with a friend who has two very large Old English Sheep Dogs that weigh more than 120 pounds each, the resolution isn’t as simple as “put them in a crate or harness.” According to Lindsey Wolko, founder of the Center for Pet Safety, more research and...
Aug 29, 2019 2:15 PM ET
Dogs in Cars: Why Your Dog Should be Restrained [Part 1]
Cute or not cute, physics is physics, and a 60-pound dog can quickly become a projectile hurling through space with 2,700 pounds of force. Which means it could easily be ejected from the vehicle. As Wolko pointed out, most dogs that get thrown from a vehicle are killed – either from the impact or from an on-coming vehicle. So, just as you would put your infant in a car...
Aug 27, 2019 8:10 AM ET

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