Grand Opening Paw-ty!
In Case You Missed It!
Thank you to all who came out to our Grand Opening Paw-ty to benefit our paw-esome animal rescues; Clermont to the Rescue, Sweet Dream House Rescue, and League for Animal Welfare. Here at Camp Bow Wow Milford we donate our services by fostering adoptable dogs allowing them a cozy cabin to sleep in, large social play yards to make lots of friends, and endless love on their journey to finding a furever home!
We are tremendously thankful for the support we received from the community as sponsors, volunteers, etc. making it a success! From donating products for our silent auctions, to sponsoring, to even getting the word out we couldn’t have done it all without the help of these gracious companies/individuals.
We hope everyone had a doggone good time coming together to support animal adoption. We look forward to continuing these relationships in the community and building our pack by making your fur kids part of our family.
Below is more information of the animal rescues along with the sponsors of the event. If you missed out to come to our paw-ty check out some pictures from the event below and feel free to come sniff us out for a tour anytime!
Clermont to the Rescue
Clermont to the Rescue, originally founded in 2013, is a non profit 501C-3 organization whose mission is to help homeless dogs find their forever homes. We will take them in, get the medical help they need, and get them ready to be placed with adopters. We advocate for stray, abandoned and surrendered animals. Our long term goal is to institute programs and offer resources that establish a sense of responsibility, kindness and empathy towards animals, thus dramatically reducing euthanasia. Everyone plays a vital role in making this world a better place for both people and animals.
We believe, “If everyone does a little, it becomes a lot”.
Sweet Dream House Rescue
Sweet Dream House Rescue is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
dedicated to rescuing all breeds of dogs and cats from high-kill shelters.
Our focus is on saving the lives of those who are most likely to not be
saved without our help. We concentrate on the transient creatures who
have been overlooked by adopters and other rescues, becoming the rescue
of 'last resort' for those animals. Before any of our rescued dogs and
cats are adopted, we provide any necessary medical care and age-appropriate
vaccinations to ensure they are healthy. And, they are spayed/neutered
and microchipped. We utilize a network of foster homes for pets ready
Building on a strong foundation of like-minded volunteers in the rescue community, we have built a network of shelters and other rescues in neighboring states who share the same 'no animal left behind' philosophy to ensure that we save as many lives as we can.
League for Animal Welfare
Founded in 1949, League for Animal Welfare is a privately funded, non-profit organization providing much-needed care for unwanted, lost and neglected cats and dogs in our community. As the oldest and one of the largest no-kill shelters in the area, the League serves the Greater Cincinnati area through initiatives to reduce the number of homeless animals and to help people better care for their pets. Using the resources of its dedicated staff, volunteers and supporters, the League provides the medical care, behavioral training and socialization needed to match homeless animals with lifelong homes. The League’s shelter has the capacity to care for approximately 40 dogs and 100 cats with the goal of permanent placement in appropriate, screened, loving homes. Volunteers foster additional dogs and cats and bottle-feed kittens and puppies in their own homes until they are eligible for adoption.
Ohio Valley Wine and Beer Co.
Essenza Studio & Gallery
Parkinson’s Snowflake Project
Brewhaus Dog Bones
Quaker Steak & Lube
Latitudes Bar & Bistro
Faithful Companion Pet Cremation Services
Premier Auto Service Center
State Farm (Quintin Fleig)
Farmers Insurance Group
Forget Me Not Collars