Posts Tagged ‘portland’

Portland Oregon – One of the Most Pet-Friendly Cities in America

Monday, August 26th, 2013

When you mention the Portland Oregon dog-friendly scene to any self-respecting well traveled local dog they will immediately think of The Lucky Labrador. There are actually four of them throughout the area. The Lucky Lab is a brewery with a, you guessed it, a Labrador Retreiver mascot on their beer labels. But you don’t have to like beer to go here. They have a menu of salads and deli sandwiches as well. Your dog can accompany you to the outside areas of each of the locations. But Portland is not a one “Lab” town. Also try out the Tin Shed Garden Cafe which comes complete with a dog menu alongside its natural, organic and healthy people foods.

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Portland OR: 5th Annual “POOCH IN THE PUB”

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

DATE: Friday, November 18, 2011

TIME: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Doors open at 6:00 PM
Silent Auction begins at 6:30 PM

PLACE: Melody Ballroom
615 SE Alder Street
Portland, Oregon 97201
Wheelchair accessible

COST: $60/person
Includes drinks, dinner, dessert

Tickets are available online at www.poochinthepub.org

CONTACT: Sharlene Erickson, Event and Volunteer Coordinator
Sharlene@pooch.org
Phone: 503-697-0623
Fax: 503-636-5908

Project POOCH and Dave’s Killer Bread invite you celebrate Project POOCH’s 18th anniversary fundraiser! Come and enjoy a casual evening of food, fun and live music by Jay “Bird” Koder and the smooth sounds of Brooklyn Street Jazz. Meet professional benefit auctioneer, Kelly Russell, who will conduct the live auction.

Highlights of this fun-filled event are the silent and live auctions. The proceeds from POOCH in the Pub benefit Project POOCH, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for incarcerated youths to learn patience, responsibility, and compassion for all life through working with shelter dogs.

Mark your calendar now to celebrate with Project POOCH! For more information and auction items, please visit: http://www.poochinthepub.org . For further information on Project POOCH, please visit: http://www.pooch.org .