Join us on Saturday, June 22nd for a night out in Wrigleyville! We will be hanging out at Rebel Bar and Grill and raising some vital funds for the pups at CCR! Tickets are $40 in advance and $50 at the door, and includes silent auction and an open bar from 8-11pm! Click here to buy tickets in advance. Hope to see you there!
Get CREATIVE for your canine (and enjoy some drinks while you’re at it)! Bring a picture of your four-legged friend (not the actual animal, please!) to Bottle and Bottega, 2900 N. Lincoln Ave., on Thursday, July 11th from 7:00-9:00 PM to paint a one-of-a-kind masterpiece dedicated to your cuddly critter. All proceeds go the the dogs!
The ticket price ia $45 and includes all paint supplies, instruction, aprons and a 10×10 take-home canvas! This event is BYOB.
Register now at https://sites.cimplebox.com/c/bb/registration.aspx?s=3291&c=1650&eid=14241&r=0.5986380 before the deadline on July 10th. Space permitting, last-minute or unexpected guests can pay in person via cash or credit card.
Bottle & Bottega will automatically charge an additional $5 per person for every half hour the painting workshop or event runs over the originally scheduled time.
Join us and enjoy a night of painted pooches, friends and fun — and help support CCR’s lifesaving work!
A big thank you to the folks over at BrightUX.com has redesigned Chicago Canine Rescue! We are very happy with the results, and will continue to make more improvements throughout the year!
Ever wonder what happens to shelter dogs that are not perfect, are considered too young, too old, too sick or who have special needs?
Traditionally, these animals were automatically euthanized at area shelters. However, today, Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation exists to give many of these animals a second chance, too!
CCRF was founded in 2001 to help find permanent, loving homes for homeless dogs in our city. CCRF has saved the lives of over 3,000 dogs, cats, kittens (yes, we have started helping a few felines each year, too!) and puppies.
CCRF assists the animals that are the MOST vulnerable in our city – the dogs and cats that are slated for euthanasia because they are too old, too young, too injured, have disabilities, or have simply been overlooked for too long by potential adopters at other shelters.