Bring your friends and enjoy an evening of fine wines, delicious food, raffle prizes, silent and live auctions, works by local artists, and meet-and-greet with our service dogs in training!
Circle Tail's 8th Annual
Dinner, Art, & Wine for Canines!
Saturday, March 3rd from 6 - 10 pm
Receptions in Loveland,
10681 Loveland-Madeira Rd
And as a special treat, Maura the painting service dog will be creating works of art during the evening. All proceeds from her paintings support Circle Tail.
Keynote speaker is Dr. Michael Kreines, proud foster parent. He will share his journey of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, and the journey from puppy to partnered service dog.
Your support helps us provide service and hearing dogs to people with disabilities at no charge.
Details and tickets at circletail.org.
Pet first aid classes, dog training classes, campus tours, community education events, and fundraising events!
Your contribution makes a difference in many lives.
Help us help dogs who help people.
Melvin & Service Dog, Landen
Melvin and service dog Landen were partnered in 2017. Landen is the brother of Quinta and Clem, who are also working service dogs.
Melvin writes, “Landen serves multiple roles. He helps me get dressed, picks up after me, retrieves things I can't reach, helps me with my PTSD, and of course provides great companionship. Landen means the world to me. We have such a strong bond. He knows when I'm having or going to have a bad day and is there to comfort me. He’s also a knuckle-head and a chow-hound! He bounces on his hind legs and looks like a merry-go-round horse, he leaps, bounces, and snorts like a horse that ran a fast mile until I put his food in front of him. Then he eats and is ready to get back to work!"
Our volunteer spotlight
shines on Nathalie
Nathalie, center, writes, "I joined Circle Tail as a volunteer in June 2017 and as a board member in September 2017. Originally from Belgium, I have been working in Information Technology for 25+ years. Having three kids, my life was all about work and caring for my family. My kids are now grown up and two are in college. I reached a point in my life where giving back to the community and being able to impact people's lives in a different way is very important to me.
I love pets because I think they bring the best out of people, especially dogs. That is what led me to discover Circle Tail and its wonderful mission. I am proud to represent Circle Tail in the community. I enjoy the interaction with the puppies - how can you possibly not fall in love with all of them? My husband Dominique also volunteers at Circle Tail, and our goal is to be able to foster service dogs in training.
We share our home with two dogs: Balou and Mika, four cats: Coco, Channel,
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