Join “Doggie Palooza” to Benefit It Takes a Village Canine Rescue
Saturday, April 13, 2013 “Doggie Palooza” will start with a huge yard sale and will roll into a bierstube and music fest and it is all to benefit It Takes a Village Canine Rescue!
Animalpalooza Animal Benefit and Music Festival proudly presents “Doggie Palooza” benefiting the dogs of It Takes A Village Canine Rescue. The day will start with a huge yard sale beginning at 7am on Saturday April 13th, 2013. At 4pm the bierstube and music fest will get going featuring performances from Andria Reed, No Curfew, Ryan Rigdon & Rita Doubiago with special guests The Hi-Rize Hillbillies. Of course, there will be food and plenty of beer as well! For a 5-dollar-bill, you’ll be able to take part in the bierstube and enjoy the live music.
All of the proceeds from the day’s events will go to benefit It Takes a Village Canine Rescue – a local No-Kill rescue. If you have items to donate to the yard sale, you may drop off your donations – big or small – daily from Noon – 3pm. If you have larger items please contact ITV at ITVrescue@gmail.com.
It Takes A Village Canine Rescue, Inc. is a no-kill canine rescue dedicated to doing what it takes to find loving homes for stray, abandoned, and surrendered animals, and to keep these animals safe and free from further suffering. By working with committed volunteers, foster homes, veterinarians, animal control organizations, and trainers, we are able to rescue countless animals every year and provide them with loving temporary care as we work to find them well-matched forever homes. Although we do not discriminate based on breed, size or color, we have a particular interest in bully breeds, black dogs and other hard-to-place dogs. True to our no-kill policy, all “adoptable” animals are given the time, love and care needed to find their permanent home. We never euthanize for time or space purposes, and only perform humane euthanasia’s in the event of extreme, untreatable illness or aggression.
This is a great opportunity to make a difference in the life of an animal right here in the Tristate.
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