“Subaru Loves Pets” is more than a slogan — it reflects just how serious the company is about protecting and caring for animals. From raising awareness for shelter adoptions to donating millions of dollars toward pet protection and support, Subaru makes this cause one of its top priorities.
In recognition of all that Subaru has done to help pets, the ASPCA® recently named the automaker as its first annual Corporate Compassion Award winner. Over the years, Subaru has donated more than $30 million toward adoption, rescue, and health initiatives for more than 250,000 pets across the United States.
The company is especially passionate about helping every animal find the right home, which is where its “Underdogs” program comes in. This annual awareness-raising campaign encourages people to consider opening their homes to shelter dogs that are aging, deaf, blind, and have other special needs.
“At Subaru, we know that our owners have a passion and love for their pets, but unfortunately not all animals are provided loving homes and families,” said Thomas J. Doll, president and CEO of Subaru of America, Inc. “That’s why Subaru and our retailers are proud to help animals in our communities and be long-time supporters and partners with the ASPCA®. We are excited to accept the first-ever Corporate Compassion Award on behalf of not only Subaru and our retailers, but also for our Subaru community who is devoted to helping all animals feel safe and loved.”
Here at Copeland Subaru Hyannis, we’re proud to play our part in Subaru’s generous animal welfare efforts. Contact our dealership here in Hyannis, Massachusetts, to learn more about how you can get involved, too!