StubbyDog Wins 2014 Broadway Barks Award!

July 29, 2014  

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Earlier this month, StubbyDog had the extreme pleasure of visiting our animal rescue friends in New York City and attending the 16th Annual Broadway Barks Adoption Event! This star-studded event features celebrities from the hottest shows on Broadway and benefits New York City animal shelters and adoption agencies. Broadway Barks was founded by Mary Tyler Moore and Bernadette Peters 16 years ago and has been helping New York City’s shelter animals find permanent homes ever since.

This year, Broadway Barks chose to honor StubbyDog with their annual Broadway Barks award! Our work wouldn’t be possible without all of our supporters, like YOU! So thank you so much to each one of you for standing behind us and helping us fight breed discrimination, promote spay/neuter, and help show the world that pit bulls are loving, family dogs who will make you smile every single day!

Coco, adoptable through Posh Pets in NYC

Coco, adoptable through Posh Pets in NYC

“Since 2003, the lives of more than 250,000 dogs and cats have been saved through the combined efforts of the Alliance Participating Organizations, many of which, including Animal Care & Control of NYC, have participated in Broadway Barks over the years,” says Jane Hoffman, president of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals. “This spirit of a collaborative community, manifested so clearly in BROADWAY BARKS, is moving us closer to the day when no New York City dog or cat of reasonable health and temperament will be killed simply because we do not have a home for them. We congratulate Bernadette Peters and Mary Tyler Moore for 16 brilliant years of saving lives through BROADWAY BARKS.”

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