Amber’s Animal Outreach Hosts Easter ‘Pawty’

Tammy Dugal and Dr. Randall Dugal of Community Animal Hospital with Tequila and the Easter Bunny.

On Saturday, April 1, Amber’s Animal Outreach held its annual Easter “Pawty” at the Community Animal Hospital of Royal Palm Beach. Amber Nelson, founder of Amber’s Animal Outreach, has been rescuing dogs since she was 13 years old. Since then, she and her team have rescued more than 300 dogs. The event started with an Easter egg hunt for very young children, with two other egg hunts to follow for older age groups. Also available were pictures with the Easter Bunny, a raffle and a bonnet contest for dogs. While this was going on, three dogs from Amber’s Animal Rescue were on hand, including two-year-old English bulldog Diesel, abandoned at a turnpike rest stop, and siblings Scotch and Tequila, two-month-old mixed-breed puppies. This year’s event was sponsored by Community Animal Hospital. Learn more about Amber’s Animal Outreach at PHOTOS BY ERIN DAVISSON