FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“Little Red Riding Hood Lied. . .”
Bring Rover Over Dog Training
2nd Annual Wolf Dog Fundraiser
Benefiting Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoption of Sacramento, California
Martinez, California –Bring Rover Over Dog Training will present a Wolf Dog Fundraiser on April 14 at Bring Rover Over Dog Training in Martinez and will feature Sam Blake, founder and President of Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoption (NCWRA) and his Wolf Dog Ambassadors, Kenny, Duke and Timber.
Bring Rover Over is proud to bring the Wolf Dog Fundraiser to Martinez for the second year in a row. The Wolf Dog Fundraiser will take place in Martinez at Bring Rover Over Dog Training. During the fundraiser, you spend time with wolf-hybrid dogs, Kenny, Duke and Timber as you learn about NCWRA’s mission and work. It’s amazing to see Blake with his wolf dogs as he has established a modern-day brotherhood with his canine charges, similar to Native Americans. Witnessing the love and adoration that the wolves have for him is truly a sight to behold.
As Blake states on the NCWRA website, “Little Red Riding Hood lied! Wolves are not the demons of the dark. Wolves, Buffaloes and the Native Americans are an intricate part of American heritage. We came very close to annihilating [all of] them. Concerning the wolves, we have not yet learned as a society how to live with them. Native Americans did. They did more than just live side by side, they lived in brotherhood. The wolves were and are a part of their culture.”
During this fundraiser you will:
The cost is $75 and advanced registration is required as space is limited. Tickets can be purchased by calling 925.671.9208 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also register by visiting www.animalmuse.com.
Never Cry Wolf Rescue and Adoption of Sacramento, California, is a unique non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing wolves and wolf-hybrids who have been abused or abandoned. In addition, NCWRA founder, Sam Blake, provides Native American and Wolf Educational programs to local schools, libraries and events both public and private. To learn more about NCRWA visit: http://nevercrywolfrescue.org/