Tri-County Animal Shelter will hold the Fourth Annual Peppermint Bark & Brunch on Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 11 a.m. at Trump International in West Palm Beach. The event includes an extravagant pet friendly brunch, live music and an array of boutiques with holiday gifts for humans and pets alike.
Luncheon guests can bring their dog(s) and volunteers will walk the dogs while the guests eat. Dogs sit with their owners in the dining room. Party favors include a professional photo of the guest with their dog, swag from Adrienne Arpel plus peppermint bark. Pups get pawty favors, too.
Proceeds from this event will benefit Tri-County Animal Shelter's Emergency Medical Fund to assist in the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of the countless animals that walk through the shelter's doors.
For more information, call 561-482-8110 or visit tricountyanimalrescue.com. Tickets are $350.
Tri-County Animal Rescue has just announced a much-needed expansion which will replace the private shelter’s too small, run down facilities. The first phase of the expansion is under construction. The construction will be funded with a $10 million capital campaign, which was announced on September 10, 2018. $3 million has been pledged to the campaign already. Tri-County is the only non-profit in South Palm Beach County that focuses on animals.
The new state of the art 64,000 square foot campus will feature a canine adoption center, feline adoption center, long-term housing, a veterinary surgical center, care and isolation areas for rescues and Hospets for animals with medical needs. Much of the new facility will be available to the public including a mausoleum with a serenity garden, increased in-ground burial plots, an agility course, in ground pool, dog park and boarding and grooming, as well as public spaces for education and training programs.
About Tri County Animal Rescue: Tri-County Animal Rescue is a 100% No-Kill, 501(c)3, nonprofit animal shelter working to prevent the killing of over 170,000 unwanted animals in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties each year. Since its inception, Tri County has saved over 55,000 domestic animals from being euthanized, placing them in homes through their adoption center. Tri County also works with organizations, businesses, and the local school districts to educate the community on animal awareness.
Tri-County Animal Rescue believes that every cat and dog—regardless of breed, gender, temperament, etc.—deserves to live a happy and healthy life. The organizations mission aims to shelter and provide a comfortable home for all animals placed in its facility.
Tri-County has a four-star rating and 100% perfect score by Charity Navigator.