Saturday, August 23rd, 2014
8:00 a.m. to Noon
Red Cedar Vineyard
2180 West Centre St., Shandon, CA
Meade Canine Rescue Foundation invites you & your canine friend to amble, trot, jog, skip or just walk through the vineyard at Clayhouse Wines Red Cedar Vineyard. If you don’t have a furry buddy to walk with, there will be plenty of Meade dogs to borrow for the occasion
Cost is $25 per person/ $40 per couple in advance or $30 pp/$45 per couple at the gate.
Payment can be made before August 15th through PayPal @ email@example.com, (designate event) or by check payable to Meade Canine Rescue & mailed to PO Box 252, Creston, CA 93432
Your ticket automatically enters you in the raffle for prizes from local businesses
Free tasting of Clayhouse wines & refreshments catered by B Albanese
Live music by Starling & Wright
Book signing by Teresa Rhyne, NY Times #1 best seller The Dog Lived (And So Will I)
Participation by KVEC Radio host and animal rescue advocate, Dave Congalton and tips from San Francisco pet CPR certified dog walker, Chris Crofford
What do Yoda, Sammy, Winnie, Aiko and Suzie Q have in common? They are all senior dogs who were adopted by loving people who tell their story of companionship, hope and healing in "Rescue Me." Get your copy and help support Meade Canine Rescue and homeless dogs.
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Meade Canine Rescue Foundation is a 501(c)3 that pulls death-row pound dogs for adoption and hospice. Because of the sheer numbers in serious danger, adopters are always needed. On the 12 acre ranch, owner-surrender seniors are considered and shelter dogs who have limited time are welcomed (dogs that are being killed only because there are too many dogs in a shelter).
California is our sanctuary for dogs with limitations as well as younger dogs lucky enough to make it Meade Canine Rescue Foundation while they look for new homes. On the East Coast, Meade Canine Rescue provides foster care for younger dogs headed for a premature end at a kill shelter.
Funding is through donations and adoption and surrender fees. All monies go directly to care of the dogs. The board and management is volunteer and self-supporting.
We welcome four-legged and two-legged visitors 365 days a year.