Second Chance Animal Rescue (SCAR) has partnered with Moon Dog Brewery tolaunch a beer collaboration featuring eight rescue pets on the cans.
Through the collaboration, Moon Dog is hoping to raise $20,000 for SCARthrough beer sales, donations, and the new beer launch event taking place atthe end of May.
A nationwide competition will give pet owners the opportunity to uploadpictures of their beloved rescue animal, to be bestowed with the honour ofhaving their furry pal’s face immortalised on one of the beer cans.
The competition closes on Wednesday 6th April with the beer to be released atthe end of May.
SCAR was founded in 2008 after vet nurse and shelter volunteer, MarisaDebattista, witnessed ﬁrsthand how many beautiful animals needed help, versushow few resources were available. SCAR now has a shelter, animal hospital andvet (open to the public) and a dog grooming facility in Craigieburn.
“We offer a number of free services not readily available within the state –such as our Safe House for Pets program, where we find temporary homes forpets whose owners are domestic violence survivors, as well as our OutreachProgram offering free medical care and pet food to those strugglingfinancially. To be able to offer these programs free to those needing them, werely on sponsors, fundraising and donations,” says Debattista.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Moon Dog on this excitingcollaboration. With the word ‘Dog’ in their name and their dog loving ethos itfelt like a natural fit.”
Over the course of the next 12 months, SCAR aims to achieve the following:
- De-sex 300 animals and assist over 300 underprivileged pet owners with free veterinary treatments via the Pet Outreach Program;
- Hand out over 2,000kg of pet food to struggling pet owners via the Free Food Bank;
- Offer free emergency respite care to 50 animals belonging to domestic and family violence survivors via the Safe House for Pets Program.
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