Foxtail Grass and Your Dog
Some vets in the area have been sending out reminders about foxtails growing more than usual due to the weather in the past few months. Please make sure to check your pet's nooks and crannies after any possibly exposure as these can continue to be an issue for your pet for days to weeks after exposure and can cause quite painful and permanent damage. Paws, ears and noses are common entry points.
If you see anything concerning, contact your vet's office as soon as possible.
Click here for more information from WebMD.
Pearl Street Farmers Market
Pet Adoption Fair
Sunday September 20th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Look for the CBR booth with available dogs, CBR T-shirts and King Soopers Reloadable Fundraising Cards. We will be handing out information about the Beagle breed and available to answer questions about CBR, Beagles and the foster or adoption process.
South Pearl Street is one of Denver’s most historic, charming, and popular shopping districts. Stretching from Buchtel to Jewell Avenues, our tree-lined blocks are the antidote to the modern mega-mall. Here you’ll find an authentic mix of real people, locally-owned one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques, some of the city’s hottest restaurants and night spots, as well as popular seasonal events all year long.
SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2015
1:00 to 4:00 pm
$25.00 PER PERSON
110 E 9th Ave
Longmont, CO 80504
Click here for Entry Form.
If you are able to volunteer to bake something yummy (cookies, bread, cupcakes etc.) for the bake sale (in individually wrapped portions) and deliver them to CBR by Friday September 25th, please contact Phyllis at 303-651-0376 or Carol at 303-466-3534.
UPDATE ON BEAUTIFUL PEBBLES
Hi, I am Pebbles. I wanted to thank all of you for helping me so much!
My teeth are now clean and I did not have to have any extracted, which is amazing! In addition, you provided funds to cure my urinary tract infection. I have had lots of blood work done but the veterinarians at Animal Health Care Denver are great and I hardly feel anything when they draw blood. But I have to have more, dang-it, before they fix my knee. The surgery is scheduled for September 17th if all my new blood work turns out OK.
I have been working hard to lose some weight before they fix my knee’s torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). From June 29th to September 1st I have lost 12 lbs and presently weigh just over 57 lbs. See the picture! I actually have a waist and tuck developing! I looked like a plump sausage before! I’m feeling better, do not pant, limp a bit less, am a little more active, animated and much happier.
I will keep you all updated on my progress. Once again, I want to thank you for helping out a Beagle in need.
Much Love and Care to you and your doggie and kitty family.
You may also mail your donation, payable to Colorado Beagle Rescue at:
PO Box 2704
Littleton CO 80161-2704
Thank you for your continued support in our endeavors to save the lives of beagles in need.
Introducing the King Soopers Reloadable Fundraising Card
Help Colorado Beagle Rescue by shopping at King Soopers!
Click here to learn more.
CBR Customized Wine
Colorado Beagle Rescue is pleased to announce the launch of Beagle Reserve Wine.
Our selection of wine includes: Malbec, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Each label features a beagle rescued by Colorado Beagle Rescue that has been adopted into loving forever homes. Not only is this a great gift for dog lovers, but $6 from each bottle sold goes directly to Colorado Beagle Rescue!
Place your order now at www.BenefitWines.com/cbr and thank you for your support.
Colorado Beagle Rescue
P.O. Box 2704
Littleton, CO 80161-2704
Rescue Phone Line: 303-464-9403 (you may press # to bypass our message)
We are a part of the Colorado Gives Foundation!
Click here to see upcoming fundraising events and how you can help!
Colorado Beagle Rescue, Inc. (CBR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt organization operated 100% by volunteers who are dedicated to preserving the welfare of the Beagle breed. CBR relies completely upon tax-deductible donations to support itself. Your generous donations help us cover the cost of spaying/neutering, veterinary care, food, foster placement, transportation of dogs, identification tags, and basic administrative expenses, etc.
Colorado Beagle Rescue does not discriminate and works with everyone regardless of their age, color, national origin, marital status, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or gender identity and/or expression.
Colorado Beagle Rescue has always had one of the lowest adoption donation amounts amongst our fellow rescue groups. The overwhelming costs to rescue a dog have increased over the years and we must raise our requested adoption donation amounts to help cover the increased expenses we have been facing for several years. Effective February 15, 2014 the following Adoption donation amounts are in place:
For dogs less than a year old $225
For dogs ages 1-5 years old $200
For dogs ages 6-8 years old $175
For dogs ages 9 or older $125
Colorado Beagle Rescue would like to thank Goozmo, INC for maintaining our web site.
Please see their web site at Goozmo.com to start a web site for your personal or business use.