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Old 01-31-2011, 10:04 PM #1
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Vet Dogs..Thinking of doing a charity event?

We have an annual charity scenario game & last summer we teamed up with Vetdogs (we are working with them again this year) and donated $10,000. If you are thinking of having a charity event / paintball game please consider this organization. Once I have a date you can bet I will post it up here and maybe some of you guys can come out for a little fun. This is a one day event that has some of the best raffles & prizes. Last year prizes include A1's, Mini's, PE Guns, Mountain Bikes, Custom cocker pumps, jerseys loaders etc etc) Not only is it a scenario game but there is also a one on one Hyperball game 2 men enter one leave ladder match at lunch with it's own prizes.

If you are interested in your own event just reach out to the folks at Vet dogs and they will be happy to help you out.

Pics from our event..

About Vet dogs..
America’s VetDogs uses guide dogs, service dogs, and innovative technology to help disabled veterans once again live the lives they used to. Not only does a VetDog provide assistance with daily activities, the dog provides the motivation to conquer new challenges. People focus on the dog, not the disability. With a VetDog by his or her side, a veteran is not alone.

VetDogs trains and provides& assistance dogs for veterans who are blind or visually impaired; have disabilities other than blindness. We train physical, occupational, and emotional therapy dogs to work with wounded soldiers and active duty personnel. For a dog to become a VetDog, it must meet our health, safety, and training standards, and must be trained for and matched with to meet the needs of a person with disabilities.

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