Adoption of Paloma’s puppies and dog

NEARLY THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND PEOPLE HAVE JOINED THE PROGRAM THIS AR. THE YE PURE BARRE FITNESS CENTER WELCOMES PUPPIES AND PALOMAS. OUR CLARA FAITH REPORTS ON HOW GUESTS CAN P, IF SWEATSHIRT AND PETS WHILE HELPING DOGS GET ADOPTED THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. THE SOUND YOU HAVE HEARD ALL DAY AT THE PURE BARRE FITNESS…THE FITNESS CENTER HAS HOSTED PUPPIES AND PALOMAS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE HUMA NE SOCIETOFY GREATER SAVANNAH….THIS ADOPTION EVENT IS TO HELP ADOPT MORE DOGS BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS. SOT: THEY MAKE YOU REALLY GOOD. THEY GIVE YOU THAT NICE HOT ENERGY, NES KI LIKE JUST CALM YOUR ENERGY TOO. SO WE THOUGHT IT WOULD BE FUN TO MAKE THEM WORK AND ALSO HELP GET PUPPIES ADOPTED FOR HOMES BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS. VO: PURE BARRE’S GOAL IS TO HELP SAVANNAH NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER SERVE THE COMMUNITY SOT: THIS IS OUR PURRE BARRE GIVING MONTH. ERY EV NOVEMBER WE HAVE CHOSEN A DIFFERENT ORGANIZATION TO SUPPORT

‘Sip, Sweat, and Pet’: Pups and Paloma’s at Pure Barre Savannah

Humane Society of Greater Savannah and Pure Barre are teaming up to host a dog adoption event.

Pure Barre Savannah and Humane Society of Greater Savannah teamed up Friday for Pups and Paloma’s where people “Sip, Sweat, and Pet.” This event was aimed at raising awareness for dog adoption and raising funds for the Humane Society Medical Service. Guests enjoyed fake cocktails, intense workouts, and puppy kisses. Humane Society’s current mission is to get more animals adopted before Christmas. energy, kind of like calming your energy too. “This November is Pure Barre’s giving month, where they partner with a different local organization. Dotterweich said, “Every November we choose a different organization to support, and we try to choose nonprofits. lucrative. Pure Barre is hosting Small Business Day on November 27, 2021 to show support for local businesses.

Pure Barre Savannah and Humane Society of Greater Savannah teamed up Friday for Pups and Paloma’s where people “Sip, Sweat, and Pet.”

This event was aimed at raising awareness about dog adoption and raising funds for the Humane Society Medical Service. Guests enjoyed fake cocktails, intense workouts and puppy kisses.

The Humane Society’s current mission is to get more animals adopted before Christmas.

Pure Barre, Managing Director, Melissa Dotterweich, said: “They make you feel really good. They give you this nice warm energy, kind of like you’re also calming your energy.

This November is Pure Barre Donation Month, where they are teaming up with a different local organization.

Dotterweich said “Each November we choose a different organization to support, and we try to choose non-profit organizations.

Pure Barre is hosting Small Business Day on November 27, 2021 to show support for local businesses.

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