2018 Sponsors

Thank you to those who have sponsored this year’s Kibble and Cocktails: Barking Hound Village, MedVet, Synthetic Grass, DFW Alarm, Park Place Mercedes, Stanley KorshakBogle LtdBriggs Freeman Sotheby’s, Hollywood Feed, LB Productions, Midtown Galleria Media, ThinkHaus Creative, VaridocXL, Wells Fargo Advisors and Winstead PC. While our fabulous kibble will be provided by Carbones, CBD Provisions, Chelsea Corner, Nick & Sam’s, Sachet, Uchi, Up On Knox, Casamigos Tequila, Owen’s Craft Mixers, 3 Nations Brewery and Kendall Jackson Winery.

Beautiful dog photography for this site and the event has been provided by ThankDog Photography

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Barking Hound Village Texas would like to invite you to participate in our seventh annual Kibble and Cocktails event, a fundraiser for DFW Rescue Me, an organization that has adopted out more than 2,800 dogs in less than seven years. Last year, this single event raised more than $76,000 for the organization, for a grand total of $229,000! So with your help we can make an even bigger difference and save the lives of many dogs in need, specifically the “Justice dogs” that are rescued.

The Justice Fund was created to honor Justice, a four-month-old puppy who was doused with lighter fluid by four men and set on re April 4, 2012. DFW Rescue Me spent the next nine days desperately trying to save this sweet puppy’s life. Despite massive efforts, he died April 13.

Every penny of the proceeds raised at Kibble and Cocktails goes directly to the Justice Fund, which works to ensure that other dogs that are victims of abuse or neglect receive the necessary medical care and the opportunity to know the kindness of the human hand that they so deserve.

Please consider being one of our event sponsors. The fun, cocktail party-style event features food from top restaurants paired with creative libations.

 

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It’s not too late to get involved. Be a sponsor TODAY! Our sponsorship opportunity gets your business recognition not only at the event, but on our website and in social media throughout the year. The event itself is capped at 400 guests, but messaging with your logo and information will be seen by thousands of Barking Hound Village clients and DFW Rescue Me donors, volunteers and foster parents.

Kibble and Cocktails is an excellent way to reach generous, influential individuals motivated to learn more about your business. In addition to your generous sponsorship you can also donate to the door prize raffle.

Thank you in advance for your support of this important event. Together, we can make a difference and provide many, many dogs with a better life.  Sponsor our event by filling out the attached form: http://bit.ly/2Bk2PGt

DFW Rescue Me

An all volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose goal is to reduce the number of animals euthanized in Dallas. Our goal is possible by spaying & neutering, adoption programs and educating people about responsible pet ownership.

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DFW Rescue Me created “The Justice Fund”, which honors Justice, a four month old puppy who was doused with lighter fluid by four men and set on re April 4, 2012. DFW Rescue Me spent the next nine days desperately trying to save this sweet puppy’s life. Despite massive efforts, he died April 13. The Justice Fund was created to ensure that other dogs that are the victims of abuse or neglect in the North Texas area receive the necessary medical care and the opportunity to know the kindness of the human hand that they so deserve. Justice will ensure they have a new leash on life. 100% of the proceeds raised at Kibble and Cocktails go directly to the “Justice Fund”. Together we can make difference and save lives!

Jim and Tammy Wenger
dfwrescueme.org
tammy@dfwrescueme.org