Dogs On The Dunes Clambake Hosted By American Humane

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As the sun set over Dune Beach in Southampton on Friday, June 23, American Humane hosted a special clambake to honor the brave heroes on both ends of the leash. Military working dogs, who so valiantly serve alongside U.S. troops to keep them safe from IEDs and other dangers, are too often retired overseas and are not able to be brought back to the homes of their former handlers. American Humane aims to reunite Battle Buddies.

“American Humane is honored to have brought together so many fabulous people in support of our efforts to reunite American’s brave military K-9s with their beloved handlers service members,” said Dr. Robin Ganzert, American Humane’s president & CEO. “Every dog who serves in the U.S. Armed Forces deserves our thanks and a restful retirement, which is why we were thrilled to launch our Military Working Dog Reunification fund at our inaugural Dogs on the Dunes Clambake. This critical fund will make it possible to bring even more of our K-9 veterans home thanks to the generous help of our donors and ambassadors.”

Guests enjoyed a stunning moon rise while noshing on clams, lobster, and s’mores roasted over beach bonfire. Guests also kicked off their flip-flops and got down to the musical entertainment provided by the Alex Donner Steel Drum Band. Proceeds from the event will establish the American Humane Military Working Dog Reunification fund.

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