A Fundraiser for Our Life-saving Blood BankSplish splash is it time for a bath?
We want to see that dirty dog of yours! Enter the DoveLewis Dirty Dog Photo Contest and your dog could be one of four winners announced at Dogtoberfest, a dog- and family-friendly Oktoberfest party and fundraiser for the DoveLewis Blood Bank. The top vote getter will receive a spa day for their dirty dog at Sniff Dog hotel and receive two tickets to the DoveLewis Wet Nose Soiree!Proceeds of this contest go to support the DoveLewis Blood Bank whose canine and feline volunteer donors help us provide over 700 transfusions every year!
Enter your dirty dog with a $20 entry donation (and get a copy of the DoveLewis 2020 calendar, a $15 value) or cast a $1 donation vote for your favorite pup.
Top Vote Getter
The top vote getter will receive a spa day for their dirty dog at Sniff Dog hotel and receive two tickets to the DoveLewis Wet Nose Soiree! They will also receive a Dogtoberfest VIP Package that includes a pint glass, t-shirt and premium dog wash and nail trip at Dogtoberfest on Saturday, September 21.
Top Three Finalists
The top three finalists will receive a Dogtoberfest VIP Package that includes a pint glass, t-shirt and premium dog wash and nail trim at Dogtoberfest on Saturday, September 21.
: We care for every animal and every person who cares for them. Always.
For 46 years, DoveLewis has been the trusted place for emergency veterinary care for pet owners across Oregon and Southwest Washington. We are the only nonprofit animal hospital in the region and our expert team of veterinary professionals practices cutting-edge medicine. We are a resource for our entire community. In additional to emergency services we also care for our community by providing:
- Financial assistance for low income pet owners
- Emergency treatment and a chance at a healthy future for animal abuse victims
- Stabilizing care and comfort for sick or injured stray and wild animals
- Animal assisted therapy across the region in schools, courtrooms and hospitals
- Grief support and art therapy to help families process the loss of a pet
- Advanced training and continuing education opportunities for veterinary professionals worldwide