Sep 3, 2018

More Animal Visitors Confirmed for Bark & Wine!

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Meet Brownie, Withnail and Molly, DCHS alumni and friends who will be joining us at Bark & Wine 2018!

Withnail makes friends at a recent Hoppy Hour.

As Bark & Wine draws near, we are confirming our animal visitor line up. We'd like to introduce you to several of our special guests for this year!

Bunny best friends Brownie and Withnail (pronounced With-nil) will be attending the event with their human, Stacey. Withnail is a three year old, black and white rabbit who was surrendered to DCHS. Stacey met Withnail during her shift working at the shelter and thought he might be a perfect fit with her rabbit at home, Brownie. Luckily, they turned out to be a perfect match and Withnail is truly in love with Brownie. Brownie (pictured at the top of this page) is an eight year old rabbit who loves giving kisses and lounging. This outgoing lady will hop right up to meet you. Who wouldn't love a darling like that?

Molly, (the cute pup pictured below) will also be joining us at Bark & Wine. She's a DCHS alumni who met her adopter, Sue, during her time at the shelter. Head to our Animal Medical Services to meet with Molly any time during the event, and be sure to stay until our program at 8:15 pm. Our PR Coordinator, Marissa DeGroot, will tell the tale of Molly's journey to finding a loving home.

We'll also be featuring many opportunities to meet with adoptable cats and dogs, as well as our friendly classroom animals, throughout Bark & Wine. Get your tickets today to meet these wonderful animals and be a part of the community that makes this live-saving work possible!

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Molly getting glammed up for Bark & Wine.

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