Isabel Tabachow, 11, runs with her dog Tina during Beth Shalom Synagogue's Bark Mitzvah for dogs on Saturday in Raleigh. Dog owners were invited to bring their pets to the service along with a donation of dog food to benefit Pawfect Match, a pet adoption organization dedicated to rescuing abused and neglected dogs.
Isabel Tabachow, 11, runs with her dog Tina during Beth Shalom Synagogue's Bark Mitzvah for dogs on Saturday in Raleigh. Dog owners were invited to bring their pets to the service along with a donation of dog food to benefit Pawfect Match, a pet adoption organization dedicated to rescuing abused and neglected dogs. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Isabel Tabachow, 11, runs with her dog Tina during Beth Shalom Synagogue's Bark Mitzvah for dogs on Saturday in Raleigh. Dog owners were invited to bring their pets to the service along with a donation of dog food to benefit Pawfect Match, a pet adoption organization dedicated to rescuing abused and neglected dogs. jhknight@newsobserver.com

Raleigh synagogue celebrates dogs with ‘Bark Mitzvah’

November 16, 2014 01:57 PM

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