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North Texas Basset Hound Rescue Newsletter                                                                             March 2017

 

Bone Soiree Gala to be a Boot Scootin’ Event

A dinner and auction to benefit the North Texas Basset Hound Rescue organization

Join us for a boot scootin' good time at our 10th Annual Bone Soiree Gala.  This year's event    Wear your best country classy outfit to our largest fundraising event of the year.  All to benefit neglected, abused and unwanted basset hounds throughout the greater North Texas area. The evening begins with a surprise guest appearance prior to the Silent Auction where complimentary champagne and appetizers will be served followed by the Live Auction after the sit down dinner. Basset Hounds on the RED CARPET!


  A GLORIOUS EVENING WITH COMPLIMENTARY COCKTAILS, DINNER, SILENT AND LIVE AUCTION TO BENEFIT THE HOUNDS OF NORTH TEXAS     


To purchase tickets and learn more:

  2017 Bone Soiree Gala

  

Don't Miss New Entertainment This Year!

 

MAKING HIS FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE!

MEET ROWDY!

Elvis will be in the building!  Stick around after the live auction for a little more fun!   

You have helped fund his medial care, now come and rub his belly and get some good Rowdy kisses!

         

Incredible Live and Silent auction Items you won't want to miss!

Historic view of the Texas railroad lines that paved the way to industrialization

This silent auction item is a 37" x 31" framed, artist signed poster is a map of the Texas Railroad System in 1900. The intricately detailed poster is set against a rustic, parchment look background. The map includes a list of Railroad Companies and the locations they managed, images of locomotives from the late 1800's, cast iron rail images, and logos for various railroad lines (MKT, Cotton Belt Route, Santa Fe, etc.). The detailed 4" frame has a leather look with shades of black, brown, and ta n.

 

   

Need to get away?

How about a relaxing vacation to Maui? Up for bid in our live auction is this magnificent Maui condo.  You will have six nights/seven days to soak up the sun and decompress.  This condo sleeps 6, with 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, plus trundles for additional sleeping space. Hear the ccean from this island retreat! Enjoy the sound of the waves and the trade winds as the coconut palms sway. Spectacular sunsets, Rainbows and star gazing! What more could you ask for?!


And the Oscar for Oldest Living Basset goes to...Wilson 

 

Meet Wilson, NTBHR's oldest living rescue. Wilson has been with his loving forever family since April 2003, and over the years they have made some wonderful memories together. Wilson proved to his family from the get-go that he was a runner, a barker, and a hungry boy. Every chance he got, Wilson would run out the gate and follow his nose as far as he could before being captured and returned to his yard. Nowadays, he can no longer run, but he still likes to show off his independence. So whenever the gate is left open he will walk around the house and sit at the front door and bark.

 

Wilson has also taken endless pleasure from keeping the squirrels in his yard inline. He has spent hours barking at them through the sliding glass door, and whenever he used to get the chance he would chase them. Wilson has never been a fan of car rides, and on one instance he traveled with his family to North Carolina. They didn't think Wilson was capable of barking for hours on end, but he proved them wrong!

Just like most bassets, Wilson has a great appetite. One time he managed to knock over a 50 pound container of dog food, and when his family got home they found a very messy kitchen and a very full Wilson. Like his squirrel friends, he also has a knack for storing food. On a couple of occasions Wilson managed to get his paws on some uncooked chicken that he promptly took to his yard and buried.

 

These days Wilson has mellowed some, but he has never lost his sweet, affectionate nature. He still loves to cuddle with his forever family every chance he gets. Wilson has been very lucky to get to spend the last 14 amazing years with his family, but as every good basset hound owner knows -- we are really the lucky ones when we get to spend any amount of time with a dog like Wilson. 


We Still Need Your Help!

We are in n eed of still more auction item donations.  Any little thing you can donate for a good cause helps!.  Think about a gift card or a wine for the wine pull.  All items make a difference.

Deadline for donations is March 30th

      We would love your support!

All donations and sponsorship forms may be sent to: NTBHR PO Box 3229 Grapevine, TX 76099

For guaranteed advertising for your business, please submit before March 20th!

For more information or questions, please contact Kat at bone_soiree@yahoo.com

       

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS AND FORMS HERE

 

 

Gift Card Bonanza!

       

Send us gift cards!  You can re-gift to us, or purchase new ones!  Food cards, any merchandise cards, Visa/MC gift cards are all welcomed!

Don't forget that Sams Club and Costco have "buy two" gift cards!  Keep one, and donate one!  Give a gift card to help the hounds!


  Want to volunteer?

Volunteers are needed to help with the event, please contact us if you would like to participate!  If you have items to donate, please contact: Christie Gallaher at bone_soiree@yahoo.com



B asset F riends F orever


NTBHR is only able to save the lives of deserving basset hounds BECAUSE OF YOU!
 

As a supporter and donor, you are making a commitment to partner with us saving the lives of hundreds of homeless basset hounds every year.
YOU make it all happen!
Please consider membership in our new BFF Program, Basset Friends Forever

Your participation will assure that the level of care we provide to our dogs remains high, and that we are able to do all that is necessary to make their lives whole again.
Our adoption fees only cover about 25% of the average medical expenses incurred for our dogs.  That's because we do more than the minimum of care for the dogs in our care.  We work with about 10 area veterinarians who provide discounted services, but they are not free. 
Our average expense on any given dog is nearly $950.  The average adoption fee is $250.


To fine out more details click here.
 


North Texas Basset Hound Rescue | 817-366-5649 | bassetrescuedfw@gmail.com | http://www.bassetrescuedfw.org
P.O Box 3229
Grapevine, TX 76099

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