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PRESS RELEASE: SPCA Pups treated to a Dogs Day Out by O’Regans KIA Dartmouth

Posted on: Monday, January 16th, 2017

Halifax, NS (January 16, 2017) –  The Nova Scotia SPCA has been proudly partnered with O’Regan’s KIA Dartmouth since 2014. Over the course of the last three years, their team has helped raise significant funds for the animals in our Dartmouth shelter in addition to hosting and participating in several SPCA events.

This past November we were approached by O’Regan’s KIA Dartmouth and asked if they could extend their kindness even further by giving our shelter dogs a ‘day out’. The folks at Kamphyre Studios, along with O’Regan’s KIA Dartmouth created an entire day for our pooches, including a ride in a brand new 2017 KIA Sorento, and they captured it all on film.

View the video here:

“We are so thrilled to be partnered with a business like O’Regan’s KIA Dartmouth, where the partnership extends beyond monetary contributions…not only providing much needed funds for the animals in our care, but also creative enrichment opportunities for shelter pets,” says Elizabeth Murphy, CEO of the Nova Scotia SPCA.

“While a shelter animal is waiting for their forever home, as a proud support of the SPCA we wanted to do something special for the animals.” said Amanda Morvan, GM at O’Regan’s KIA Dartmouth. “We had the best time making this happen and we hope the adorable footage encourages Nova Scotians to consider adopting their next pet from the SPCA.”

O’Regan’s KIA Dartmouth is always driving higher standards. Located at 402 Windmill Road, the team is committed to helping clients find the vehicle that exceeds their needs. Whether it’s a new KIA or a pre-owned vehicle, the auto dealership sells and services all makes and models. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @oreganskia or call 902.466.9550

The Nova Scotia SPCA is recognized as the leading expert in the areas of advocacy and companion animal protection. The NS SPCA operates on a policy of zero tolerance for animal cruelty and sets the standard of animal care for the province of Nova Scotia. If you witness an act of animal cruelty please contact our confidential toll free hotline at: 1 (888) 703-7722.

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Media Contact
Courtney Zylstra

Provincial Fund Development Officer

C: (902) 220-9070

O: (902) 835-4798 ext 223

Czylstra@spcans.ca