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This Beer Company Puts Dog Photos On Cans To Help Them Get Adopted
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This Beer Company Puts Dog Photos On Cans To Help Them Get Adopted

It’s so wholesome to see companies helping those who are in need. This time, it’s a beer company lending a helping hand to dogs who have a hard time finding a forever home. The company in question is North Dakota-based brewery called Fargo. Recently, they teamed up with a local animal shelter and created beer cans that feature adorable pups looking to get adopted. Now beer and cute puppies go hand in hand, making the lovers of both very happy. Who wouldn’t love to crack open a cold one with the boys for the good bois?

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This week, Fargo has introduced the new can of its Original Lager in the event hosted with the 4 Luv of Dog Rescue. The event was dedicated to the 6 featured dogs who happen to be ‘Oneders’. It means that these dogs have a harder time getting adopted because of their socializing issues with other dogs.

Nyx, 8-year-old Jack Russell terrier

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

With so many families and foster carers already having at least one other animal on their hands, these poor puppies are doomed to wait a very long time for good placement.

Virginia, 6-year-old pit bull terrier mix

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

“It’s our hope that through this event we can raise a little awareness about these ‘one’derful pooches and hopefully find them homes of their own!” Fargo wrote on Facebook.

Bizzy, 3-year-old boxer mix

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

The idea for collaboration popped into Jerad Ryan’s head. Ryan who volunteers at the shelter also works at a company that produces beer labels called Northern Plains Label.

Hobie, 2.5-year-old pit bull terrier mix

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

Jensen, 2.5-year-old staffordshire bull terrier

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

“I approached my boss about donating beer can labels to a brewery willing to feature our dogs. He loved the idea. I asked Fargo Brewing if they would be willing to do this for us and they loved it too. They have gone above and beyond with donating profits and having an event where the public can come and meet our Oneder dogs, as they don’t get to attend events with the other dogs. The response from the community has already been amazing and heartwarming,” Ryan Told Food and Wine.

Moby, 11.5-year-old pomeranian – chow mix

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

Image credits: 4luvofdog.org

The limited-edition beer will available at Fargo’s brewery as long as supplies last. Hopefully, it will help the puppies get adopted!

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Night Owl
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2 years ago (edited)

All good boys and girls. Great idea. I'd also consider adding other animals looking for home. Another idea is that maybe some other companies put pictures of animals open for adoption on some nonalcoholic drinks. I hope there is some information about each dog on the can with his or her picture as well as contact info

Anna Müller
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2 years ago

Great idea! <3

Jette Wang Wahnon
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2 years ago

This is a wonderful idea ! I wish Coca-cola and Pepsi would take up this initiative and do it world-wide.Not just dogs and cats,but also endangered species and where a small part of their profit could be donated to the various organisations that fight for the survival of these animals,and sadly always are struggling to find funds.We should not be known as the generation that really messed up.

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Night Owl
Community Member
2 years ago (edited)

All good boys and girls. Great idea. I'd also consider adding other animals looking for home. Another idea is that maybe some other companies put pictures of animals open for adoption on some nonalcoholic drinks. I hope there is some information about each dog on the can with his or her picture as well as contact info

Anna Müller
Community Member
2 years ago

Great idea! <3

Jette Wang Wahnon
Community Member
2 years ago

This is a wonderful idea ! I wish Coca-cola and Pepsi would take up this initiative and do it world-wide.Not just dogs and cats,but also endangered species and where a small part of their profit could be donated to the various organisations that fight for the survival of these animals,and sadly always are struggling to find funds.We should not be known as the generation that really messed up.

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