According to the ASPCA®, nearly 6.3 million companion animals enter shelters nationwide every year, where many live day after day without the love of a family or a home.
Subaru believes all pets deserve a loving home and that’s why we are the largest corporate donor to the ASPCA. Through our Subaru Loves Pets® initiative, Subaru and our retailers have been committed to improving the lives of as many shelter animals as possible.
Pets make the world a better place. Subaru is proud to help make the world a better place for them with over $51 million donated to national and local organizations, which has supported the adoption, rescue, transport, and health of over 420,000 animals.
Each October, for Subaru Loves Pets Month, Subaru and our retailers will once again partner with hundreds of local animal shelters and donate $100 for every pet adopted throughout the month
Haddad Subaru partnered with the Berkshire Humane Society to help stock their community pet food bank with a “Fill a Subie” event. Haddad Subaru asked the public to fill a Forester with pet food to earn a shopping spree at Benson’s Pet Center in Pittsfield. John Perreault and Cindy Bartlett put on their best running shoes and shopped 'til they dropped! The food they gathered is crucial to the mission of the food bank, allowing those in need to feed their pets, which helps keep those animals in loving homes and out of shelters.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, many animal shelters in Southwest Florida were damaged and their animals needed to be evacuated. Subaru of Naples partnered with Humane Society Naples to help the majority of the more than 400 animals brought there reach new shelters across the country. Subaru of Naples and Humane Society Naples assembled transport crates and used their donated Subaru Ascent to ferry loads of animals to the Naples Airport for the inaugural flight of the nonprofit Race for Life Rescue.
Treasure Valley Subaru and the Idaho Humane Society teamed up for their annual free microchipping event on May 5, 2023. Pet owners from all over the region came together to take advantage of this amazing opportunity to keep their furry friends safe. Treasure Valley Subaru sponsored the first 100 participants just as they had during last year’s microchipping event and even put on a fiesta-style taco bar. Treasure Valley Subaru had previously partnered with the Idaho Humane Society to help 63 animals in need of a home, donated 384 pounds of cat food, and helped cover the veterinary costs of injured and disabled shelter dogs.
With plenty of efforts taking place year-round, contact your local Subaru retailer to learn more about how you can help a pet in need.
On October 22, we’ll be proudly celebrating our 5th annual National Make A Dog's Day, a day created by Subaru to encourage all dog lovers to do something special for their dog. In particular, we’ll celebrate those shelter animals who need our love the most — the older, physically challenged, last-to-be-chosen shelter dogs we lovingly call “the Underdogs.”
Subaru and the ASPCA have partnered since 2008 as part of the Subaru Share the Love® Event. Subaru is the largest corporate donor to the ASPCA.
Subaru and BARK have partnered since 2016 as part of the annual Subaru Loves Pets month to support dog adoptions from participating rescues and shelters.
Interested in becoming a partner with Subaru? Just fill out our partnership request form.