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Eleventh Hour Rescue WInter Wonderland 2012

Eleventh Hour Rescue: A Winter Wonderland

Don’t Be Cruel will be at Eleventh Hour Rescue’s A Winter Wonderland tomorrow December 16, 2012.  There will be pet adoptions, pet and family photos with Santa, Gift and Craft Vendors for Holiday Shopping, Pawprint Ornaments, Holiday Cookie Sale, Tricky Tray, snacks, activities and live music.

In addition to our t-shirts, bracelets, dog tags, leashes and collars, we will have our special Don’t Be Cruel Holiday (Peppermint) Bark.

The event will take place at Paws-itive Experience, 114 Beach Street, Rockaway, NJ from 11:00am until 5:00pm

For more information on Eleventh Hour Rescue and their adoptable pets, please visit www.ehrdogs.org.

Eleventh Hour Rescue's Puptoberfest 2012

Don’t Be Cruel Will Be at Puptoberfest 2012

On September 29, 2012 Don’t Be Cruel will be participating in the Eleventh Hour Rescue’s Puptoberfest. It will be held at the Horseshoe Lake on 72 Eyland Avenue in Succasunna, NJ. The fun-filled day will start at 11am and end at 5pm.

There will be live music from Frantic Band. Radio stations, WDHA 105.5 FM and  WMTR 1250 AM will be on site to entertain you while you shop through various vendors or run the agility course with your K9 pal! Also at Puptoberfest, there will be keepsake photos, games and contests for dogs (and kids too!), paw painting, K9 Good Citizen Testing, adopters parade, doggy fashion show…and much much more!

This event will benefit Eleventh Hour Rescue.

Eleventh Hour Rescue is a nonprofit 501c3 that saves dogs & cats from death row. They have rescued thousands and continue to rescue more at their “11th hour”.  They provide animals in need with a place to live, food, medical, & lots of love until they find their forever homes. They rely solely on the generosity of supporters &  volunteers. Puptoberfest is a day where their volunteers get to see their beloved animals walk into the park with their tails wagging, heads held high, shiny, happy and loved by their new families. It’s their “Pay Day”.

To see where we will be next, view our Don’t Be Cruel Events page.