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2017 Hope & Friends Photo Book: follow the link below to donate

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$4,000 Donation –  An entire Day of Hope for 45 to 50 animals, which includes spay/neuter, vaccinate, chip and registered with the city...PLUS free food.

$3,500 Donation –  Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate, Chip and provide food for 40 animals.

$2,000  (Two-Page Spread Color) –  Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate, Chip and provide food for 24 animals.

$1,500  (Full-Bleed Color Page) –  Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate, Chip and provide food for 20 animals.

$1,000  (Single Page Color) –  Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate, Chip and provide food for 12 animals.

New Option: $1,000  (Full-Bleed B&W Page) –  Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate, Chip and provide food for 12 animals.

$600 (Two-Page Spread B&W) –  Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate, Chip and provide food for 7 animals.

$250 (Single Page B&W) –  Spay/Neuter, Vaccinate, Chip and provide food for 3 animals.

Please help us welcome sweet Pickle to the Saving Hope Family! We are so grateful that he is safe and receiving the care he deserves.

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Join us for low cost vaccinations plus heartworm testing, bring your four legged family member and enter them in a pet pageant or stop by the The Pet Fur'tographer photo booth for some professional fun photos of your pet (pets adopted that day receive a FREE photo . That's not all; visit multiple animal/wildlife rescues, MEET  "Sassy" the bobcat, have fun in the Kid Zone (bounce houses, McGruff, Facepainting, Creativity Center, H&T  Riddle Train Rides, Sparklette D Clown, and more) listen to LIVE Music, enjoy good food and shop.  The best part of this event, it benefits the Weatherford Parker County Animal ShelterDon't miss out!  "Open to the community and your family!" 


Honorary Chairs, Martha & Paxton Motheral

This is a FREE family-friendly, annual festival of arts and crafts that includes flight demonstrations of majestic wild birds and live music from Texas musicians. Families can learn about hardy Texas native plants that grow on the prairie. 

Visitors will also learn about the cultural and natural history that defines our region through activities and games for the whole family. BRIT wants to further educate the public on the importance of our natural resources and the region's native ecosystems, and how restoring native plants can benefit homeowners as well as wildlife. 

Dog Found With Jar Stuck On His Head Gets New Home With Foster Family

A dog found wandering in the streets of Fort Worth this month with a plastic jar stuck on his head is getting a second chance. 

The dog, known only as "Pickle," got his head stuck in a plastic jar and lived with it for approximately three days, according to Fort Worth Animal Care & Control.

Concerned residents found Pickle in their neighborhood and called animal control services.

Because of Pickle's situation, "he was extremely fearful," said Diane Covey with Fort Worth Animal Care & Control. 

Animal control officers were eventually able to catch Pickle and remove the jar from his head. 

Pickle has been recovering at the Fort Worth animal shelter ever since. On Friday, he was finally able to go home with his new foster family.

Saving Hope is a non-profit rescue group that's taking Pickle.

"Their plan is to rehabilitate and socialize him so that one day he can be adopted," said Covey. 

Published at 10:05 PM CDT on Apr 28, 2017

Source: Dog Found With Jar Stuck On His Head Gets New Home With Foster Family | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth 
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