Chrysler is teaming up with Canine Companions for Independence – a non-profit organization for assistance dogs – to raise awareness and support for the training and placement of assistance dogs, via the “Give a Dog a Job” campaign.
The campaign helps match Canine Companions for Independence assistance dogs with adults, children, and veterans with disabilities. And through the new social initiative with Chrysler, consumers will get to meet Foley, a Golden Retriever-Labrador cross puppy.
Foley is the first official “PacifiPuppy” and dog lovers can watch his formal training process. The hashtags #RaisingFoley and #FoleyFriday are being used on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to keep in touch with the pup.
The Chrysler and Canine Companions initiative will continue to follow Foley throughout important moments in his life, from holidays like Veterans Day through his Canine Companions National Graduation Day.
It’s clear that Chrysler is dedicated to helping those with disabilities, and recently, the automaker teamed up with BraunAbility to create a wheelchair-accessible Chrysler Pacifica minivan. If you would like to learn more about the many charitable causes Chrysler is working with, don’t hesitate to give us a call or stop by and visit us at Roger Williams CDJR.