Dine With Your Dog
SAVE THE DATE | February 8, 2020

Do you want a treat? Reward your dog (and yourself!) at the Dine With Your Dog brunch on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at Monterra at WestWorld. In 2019 more than 200 guests and 100 dogs attended the annual event. Brunch with us as we pamper our pooches, pose for photos, and enjoy a morning out with our best pals, all while supporting the PetSmart Charities Paws Can Heal Animal-Assisted Therapy Program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

Can’t make the party but want to share some puppy love? Support our therapeutic work with a donation today!

Donate: $250    $500   $1000 

Make a ‘Paws’itive impact as a Sponsor!

Please click here for our full sponsorship kit or contact partnerships@phoenixchildrens.com for more information.

For general event inquiries or if you are interested in donating an auction item, please email cmillan@phoenixchildrens.com.

2020 Dine With Your Dog Committee

Co-Chairs

Kimberly Jacobsen & Lee Courtney

Past Chair Advisor

 Oscar De las salas

Committee

Margaret Anderson / Rachel Freed / Jackie Griffin / Amy Hair / Tina Hilstrom / Cari Kussy / Katee Lauchner / Tracey Lytle / Cynthia Sassi / Michelle Sharp / Sue Singer

 

VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE 2019 ANNUAL DINE WITH YOUR DOG!

 

About PetSmart Paws Can Heal Animal-Assisted Therapy

Dogs are a man’s best friend. They are also a patient’s best friend at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Funded completely by philanthropic support, the PetSmart Charities Paws Can Heal Animal-Assisted Therapy Program has grown to more than 50 therapy animal and owner teams. Animal-assisted therapy provides valuable physical and emotional benefits to children who are faced with a serious illness or injury. Visits from therapy dogs reduce stress levels, help kids forget about their pain and laugh and smile. While a patient may not want to participate in physical therapy, he/she may be willing to go on a walk with a therapy dog or throw a ball to a willing fetcher. Patients, siblings and parents often miss their own dogs, so visits from the therapy dogs provide a comforting sense of normalcy.