December 2016 Dog of the Month Contest Winner


We are definitely animal lovers here at the Lindsay Automotive Group which is why we are a major supporter of the Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation. For 2015, as part of our support for Lost Dog and to help raise awareness for their cause, we created a monthly “Dog of the Month” contest for our customers.Send us a photo of your canine companion with a few reasons why you think they deserve to be our featured “Dog of the Month,” and you could win a $100 Gift Certificate to the Lost Dog Cafe!

Congratulations Luna for being selected as Lindsay Cars Dog of the Month for December 2016! Luna is a big dog that believes she is a lap dog. She is a big baby, she enjoys playing with her sister and her hedgehog brother. She is very lovable and photogenic!


All YOU have to do is send an email* to with:

  • A photo of your dog
  • Include his/her name
  • Provide a few short sentences about why they should be our “Dog of the Month

*All submissions become property of Lindsay Automotive Group. By entering contest you understand material is owned by Lindsay Automotive Group and will be used for promotional purposes. Entrants must be 18 years if age. One entry per month per pet per Lindsay Auto Group location. Include owners name, phone & email information with submission. No cash value.

Every month, Lindsay Auto Group will review all of the submissions and announce the winner on the 10th of that month. Winners receive a $100 Lost Dog Café Gift Card!

Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation is the culmination of a long love-affair with animals on the part of two Northern Virginia restaurant owners, Pam McAlwee and Ross Underwood. Sixteen years after opening the Lost Dog Cafe in North Arlington, the pair formalized their ongoing rescue work into the creation of the non-profit corporation, Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation. Since then, both the rescue and the business have grown. Now the Lost Dog family includes The Stray Cat Cafe in North Arlington and two Lost Dog Cafe franchises- one in South Arlington and the soon to be opened Lost Dog Cafe in McLean. All of the restaurants in the Lost Dog Family support our rescue efforts.”

Learn more about the cause at