Presenting PacifiPuppy Foley, the Star of Chrysler's new Partnership with Canine Companions for Independence

Earlier this month, Chrysler announced that they've united with Canine Companions for Independence (the largest non-profit assistance dog organization in the U.S.) and its "Give a Dog a Job" campaign to promote awareness and support for providing dogs to children, veterans and adults with disabilities. Fans get to watch Foley as he undergoes a training process that takes him from cuddly puppy to fully-trained assistance dog.

 

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In a press release, Tim Kuniskis, Head of Passenger Cars, Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA North America, stated, “Through our partnership with Canine Companions for Independence, the Chrysler brand is able to help bring awareness to its ‘Give a Dog a Job’ program through our new online social initiative. As we follow Foley through his journey, fans will get a first-hand look at watching him grow and learn, from puppy training to becoming a fully trained assistance dog, and also gain an understanding of the huge amount of time and resources it takes to train these amazing dogs.”

Follow Foley's training with his puppy raiser via the #RaisingFoley and #FoleyFriday hashtags on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Contact Jones Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM to discover more about the Chrysler Pacifica and CCI's "Give a Dog a Job" campaign.

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