PORTLAND, Ore.—Spike’s Hot Dogs and the Oregon Humane Society (OHS) have partnered together to promote dog adoption during July, which is National Hot Dog Month. Through July, anyone who adopts a dog from the OHS can bring their adoption certificate (and their dog) to Spike’s Hot Dog Emporium. There they can enjoy a delicious Doggie Bowl for the dog parent, and a pet-friendly Doggie Bowl for the pup. There will be additional surprises for the dogs to take home.
On hand at Spike’s throughout the month of July will be OHS brochures about dog adoption, as well as a place to donate to the OHS. Twice during July the OHS will bring dogs up for adoption into Spike’s Hot Dog Emporium.
About Spike’s Hot Dogs
SPIKE’S Hot Dogs opened in late March 2016 and is the brainchild of Bob Parsons and Spike Friedman, two Portland restaurateur and marketing legends. Parsons was GM of Jakes, the Benson Hotel and the University Club. Friedman is a longtime Portland marketing guru. Spike’s was recently named by TABELog as the eighth most unique hotdog joint in America, and by Eater Portland as the third best in Portland. 1859 Oregon’s Magazine put them at the top of the list of Portland’s best hog dog spots. Open daily 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Happy Hour is from 4 p.m.-close daily. There is a $5 special hot dog from open to close. Located at 900 SW Alder, downtown Portland in the Galleria/Target Building. SpikesHotDogs.com