Small Business Showcase Monthly Raffle Series

To celebrate 15 years of helping labs find their fur-ever homes, we're hosting a monthly raffle event. Each month, we'll partner with a local business to raffle off a product or service that the business has generously contributed. For every 5 dollars donated, your name will be entered into the drawing once. Donate 10 dollars, and your name will be in the pot twice. Donate 50 dollars, and your name will be in the pot ten times.

 

Many labs come to us heartworm positive, and we fully fund their treatment. Others suffer from skin conditions, allergies, arthritis, cancer, and other conditions that require extensive medical treatment. Your donation will go directly to the medical bills of the labs in our care. 

 

In years passed, we hosted in-person fundraising events like Pups in the Pool and our annual 5K at Pony Pasture. We hope to return to holding those events again soon, but until then, we'll stay connected with our lab-loving community with these monthly donation-based raffles.

Our March Prize

Custom Pet Pastel Portrait, 8" x 10" or 9" x 12", depending on the pet's pose

Winner announced Thursday, March 31st at 6pm on Facebook Live

 

Your name will be entered into the drawing one time for every $5 you donate.

 

Please make your donation by Wednesday, March 30th to be included in the April raffle. 

Lisa Baird's Story

I’m a life long animal lover beginning with the hamsters and incubated chicks from a grade school classroom.  My childhood was finally complete when my parents finally relented and got us a dog.  I’ve not been without a dog since I was 10 years old.  We’ve had shelties, bulldogs,  Labradors and foster pups.  In the early 2000’s we raised 2 “Leader Dog for the Blind” puppies for an organization based in Rochester Hills, MI.  I have always enjoyed creating and began spending more time on in person and online art classes after a shoulder surgery 4 years ago.  My love of animals led me to learn about rescue groups and all the great needed work they do.  After fostering for a few years, we foster failed with a bulldog a year ago so now we have 2 dogs.  Now I support rescues by donating portraits, being a transport volunteer and helping to raise awareness of rescues at events.