Canine Pet Rescue: Finalist in Gwinnett Chamber IMPACT Awards

    Recognized as a leading organization, Canine Pet Rescue has been designated as a finalist for the IMPACT Regional Business Awards.

    Hosted by the Gwinnett Chamber, the program pays tribute to premier organizations in top industries that are driving economic development and job creation, while enhancing our quality of life.

    “Canine Pet Rescue is honored to make this list and be considered for an IMPACT award,” Canine Pet Rescue President Carla Brown said. “We are able to make a difference in the lives of 75 to 100 dogs a year, as well as improve the quality of life for their owners.”

    Recipients will be selected in the following sectors:
    AEC (Architecture, Engineering & Construction)

    • Education
    • Healthcare
    • Hospitality
    • Information Technology
    • International
    • Nonprofit
    • Service
    • Small Business

    An overall IMPACT Regional Business Awards recipient will be selected from one of the above category winners.

    “Now in its fourth year, the program has provided exposure to more than 1,200 best-in-class businesses,” Gwinnett Chamber President and CEO Dr. Dan Kaufman said. “Bringing together leaders across these important industries is another example of how the Gwinnett Chamber can fulfill its mission to serve as a community forum.”

    The awards ceremony will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 16, at the Infinite Energy Forum. For more information, visit ImpactBusinessAwards.com.

    As a 501c3 non-profit organization, Canine Pet Rescue survives and thrives on donations. It focuses on saving German Shepherds from high-kill shelters in the South but also takes in other breeds as well. Dogs that enter the Canine Pet Rescue facilities are crate trained, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and treated with flea and heartworm preventative care. Once given basic care and treatment, the dogs are put through an extensive temperament evaluation and offered for adoption.

    For more information about Canine Pet Rescue, visit www.CaninePetRescue.com.