Karen Albright pets her dog Amelia, left, and a friend's dog, Pippin, right, during Beth Shalom Synagogue's Bark Mitzvah for dogs on Saturday. 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.
Karen Albright pets her dog Amelia, left, and a friend's dog, Pippin, right, during Beth Shalom Synagogue's Bark Mitzvah for dogs on Saturday. 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
Karen Albright pets her dog Amelia, left, and a friend's dog, Pippin, right, during Beth Shalom Synagogue's Bark Mitzvah for dogs on Saturday. 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’

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