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Jay Jerrier and Cane Rosso raffling off free pizza for a year to help dog rescue center


Jay Jerrier, owner and top dog at Cane Rosso pizza, is a huge supporter of dog rescue operations. Now he’s raffling off free Cane Rosso pizza for a year to raise funds for his rescue center in Carrollton, a beautiful, clean, safe facility where volunteers take care of up to 15 dogs at a time.

“We have mobile vets that come to treat the dogs and we have a full time trainer on staff to get the dogs socialized and ready for adoption.  The center is nicer than my house,” writes Jerrier in an email plea to Hatch HQ.

“We take in dogs from all over Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana from high-kill shelters, owner surrenders, or dogs dumped by hunters.  We typically work with pointers and other bird dog types (Cane Rosso was named after my first rescue dog – a re-homed bird dog),” writes Jerrier.

“Running a rescue center is nearly as expensive as running a restaurant…so we are kicking off a Spring Fundraiser to go along with our Pups On The Patio events.  We are selling raffle tickets for $50 each for a chance to win free Cane Rosso Pizza for a year.  100% of proceeds go to our 501(c)(3) charity “Cane Rosso Rescue”.  We are only selling 300 tickets.  Once we sell out, we will do a live drawing. The winner will get 1 free pizza per week for 52 weeks.  Any pizza they want. 52 weeks of Honey Bastards. A 1 in 300 chance is not too shabby!”

The raffle ticket site is now live here.

image: courtesy of Jay Jerrier

 

 

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