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Lucky Lab Rescue Topgolf Party and Fundraiser
Sep 10, 2017 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm$50
Join Lucky Lab Rescue & Adoption at their largest fundraising event of the year at Topgolf in Austin!
Guests will have access to golfing bays, a private bar, dinner buffet and reserved event space. A tournament ambassador will guide guests through a few rounds of golf, much like an outdoor golf tournament, with great prizes. We will also have a silent auction with lots of fabulous goodies, including a few vacation getaways!!
Ticket Price Includes: (THIS IS A GREAT DEAL!)
– Fajita Bar
– Free Beer
– 1 Drink Ticket for Bar Drinks
– 3 Hrs of Topgolf
– Chance to bid on AMAZING silent auction items
– a sweet sWAG bag at the end of the event
– A lifetime of good karma!!!
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To make a donation to our nonprofit, 100% volunteer rescue go to www.luckylabrescue.com
Lucky Lab Rescue and Adoption is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3, nonprofit, rescue organization whose mission is to reduce the euthanasia rates and inhumane treatment of abandoned Labs and lab mixes (and we are pretty open to what we call a “lab mix”) by finding them loving, forever homes. In Texas alone over the last three years, we have saved nearly 3,000 dogs from shelters in the Lone Star State.
When lucky Labs come into Lucky Lab Rescue, they are immediately vetted with vaccinations, spayed or neutered, heartworm tested and wormed for internal parasites.
We also pay to treat every dog for medical conditions they have. This ranges from heartworm treatment to orthopedic surgery, even hospitalization for dogs who are seriously ill. All dogs receive complete veterinary care before they are adopted out. This is expensive and it’s why we need your help. The cost of treating a dog for heartworm averages about $400. Orthopedic surgeries range from $1500 to $4500. Hospitalization for a puppy, or litters of puppies, suffering from Parvo or Distemper can range from $1000-$5000. These costs add up and the bills often cripple our nonprofit rescue from saving more dogs.