Paul Ashe of Spey Teams Up with DC Refined to Support Puppy Adoption

Paul Ashe of Spey Joins DC Refined to Support Pet Adoption - Spey Co.
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We can think of no better way to spend an evening than tumbling through a local park with a wagging and wiggling pack of adorable, adoptable dogs. So, when presented with such a cuddly offer, Spey founding chief executive Paul Ashe happily said yes. What, then, inspired this flurry of furry excitement?

 

Posing with pups to stimulate adoption

Our good friends at DC Refined invited Mr. Ashe to join them for the second annual DC’s Most Eligible Bachelors with Adoptable Dogs photoshoot. With the aim to “get single men dates, while helping to get shelter animals adopted,” the campaign has a most noble cause at heart: finding forever homes – for the dogs, that is. The jury is still out on the distinguished gentlemen who, though expectedly unneutered and moderately trained, we’re confident have had all their shots.

Convening at Shirlington Dog Park, the men smiled, charmed, and (dare we say) unbuttoned to shed light on the pups from Lucky Dog Animal Rescue, a volunteer-powered organization dedicated to rescuing homeless, neglected, and abandoned animals in the Washington, DC area. Like Daisy! The incredibly affable and curious model who stole the limelight from our CEO (pictured).

 

Coming up Daisy

Daisy is a beautiful 3-year-old Rottweiler mix who weighs-in at about 72 pounds (though a true lady never reveals her age or weight, Daisy assured us we could share this with you). Originally rescued from South Carolina, Daisy is looking for her second chance at love. She enjoys long walks and even longer snuggles, and behaves perfectly ladylike around children and other dogs. She quarrels with squirrels and views their kind as certain enemies, but then again, we all have our little whimsies.

If you’re interested in learning more about Daisy and perhaps giving her the forever home she dreams of, get in touch with Lucky Dog. Spey is proud to support this incredible organization and to lend our most eligible bachelor for the cause.

 

Image: Paul Ashe and Daisy. Credit: Amanda Andrade-Rhoades, DC Refined