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By Eric Heinz

Breeds of all kinds of canines accompanied their owners at the Outlets at San Clemente on Saturday, Aug. 25, for the annual Barks and Brews fundraiser.

The event garnered more than $11,000 for the Pet Project Foundation.

“We’re thrilled that the community has embraced this event and turned out for the third year, it keeps growing each year,” said Nicky See, the marketing director of the Outlets. “We’re excited to give back to the community and host a fun event for dogs and their humans.”

Pet Project Foundation works with the San Clemente/Dana Point Animal Shelter in order to find pets a loving home. The organization has committed time to volunteer work for more than 30 years, according to its website.

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