The rescue dog "Frida" will have its own brand of beer

 
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The famous rescue dog "Frida" will have its own brand of beer, announced the Association of Brewers of the Mexican Republic (Acermex), which will be called "Frida Marina"; the proceeds from its sale will be donated for the reconstruction of houses affected by the earthquakes that occurred during September.

The rescue dog "Frida" will have its own brand of beer

It is a beer, non-profit and represents a recognition to all volunteers, rescuers and anonymous heroes who risked their lives to save that of someone unknown, according to the statement from the Acermex.

The brand has already been registered with the Mexican Property Institute (IMPI), to ensure that it "remains faithful to the ideals that create it and remains non-profit."

The labrador named "Frida", who serves as rescue element of the Secretariat of Marine and is part of a group of 270 trained dogs that exist throughout the Mexican Republic.

With its peculiar uniform: gogles, boots and a harness, this eight-year-old labrador, member of the Canine Unit of the Secretariat of Marine (Semar), became the sensation in social networks.

Fuente: www.adn40.mx
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