Special thanks to our
Evening of Pawsibilities sponsors, including:
Do you have a yearly birthday portrait of your pup? No? Then enroll your dog at Dogtopia of Raleigh so Fido will get a birthday party, present, and photo each year! Enjoy watching your dog on the webcams as they’re supervised by staff having a blast, socializing, and expending energy…so you can come home and relax!
As part of the Evening of Pawsibilities this year, Glover Corp. will be hosting the World’s Largest Photo Booth! Pick your favorite virtual background for your free photo(s), pile on a huge selection of silly props, and pose with your friends in front of their 16-foot green screen. View, tag, share, and download your pics on Second Chance’s Facebook page that night in high resolution.
Since opening BottleMixx in 2012, owners Ellen and Bruce McKim have donated and matched all of the shop’s tips–over $56,000!–to animal rescue organizations. The dog-friendly shop not only has an amazing selection of beer and wine (and a bar in the back!) but also hosts several events for pets each year. Cheers!
Care First Animal Hospital vets contribute hundreds of hours each year to several local organizations and participate in a number of community service projects. For this reason and more, this network of animal hospitals is award-winning. Care First received the coveted “Practice of Excellence” from one of the most widely read publications in the veterinary industry, Veterinary Economics!
Pet trusts provide security and comfort in knowing that your pet will be taken care of if something happens to you. One pet trust can save all of your fur children and communicate vital information to their new caretaker, from their exercise habits and favorite places to walk, to their favorite toys and food. Contact Triangle Law Group today to set up your pet trust–and bring your pet to your appointment!
Fur kids are happier and healthier because of the many benefits of Camp Bow Wow! The camp provides regular exercise to maintain a healthy weight; relieves boredom, separation anxiety, and destructive behavior at home; improves socialization with dogs and people; and enhances quality of life!