Beverly’s Pet Campus Hosts Fundraiser for Love of Labs Animal Rescue Group

Fishers, Indiana: October 12, 2009 – Beverly’s Pet Campus hosted a fundraising event on Saturday, October 3, to benefit Love of Labs Indiana (LOLIN,) a not-for-profit group dedicated to the rescue of Labrador Retrievers and Lab mixes in Indiana and the Midwest.

The event, dubbed “Labfest,” was held in celebration of the group’s 500th adoption , and featured the reunion of dogs rescued by LOLIN. The fun-filled day included doggie games, contests, face painting, food, and more! The event, which took place at Bark Park, a private, fully enclosed dog park located on Beverly’s Pet Campus in Fishers, was attended by 25 – 30 adopted dogs and their owners.

Beverly’s Bark Park is a secure, completely enclosed, members-only facility. The beautiful 4-acre park, part of Beverly’s Precious Pet Resort, combines the wide open spaces dogs needs to run and play with amenities their owners want for comfort, convenience and safety.

The Bark Park facility was donated to LOLIN by Beverly’s Pet Campus owner, Kevin DeTrude. The cost to attend “Labfest” was $10.00, and all proceeds from the event went directly to Love of Labs to help fund their ongoing animal rescue efforts.

About Love of Labs Indiana: LOLIN is a group of dedicated Labrador Retriever lovers in Indiana and surrounding states that have united in hopes of saving and re-homing the unwanted, unloved, and neglected Labrador Retrievers through the Midwest. Love of Labs, Indiana is an IRS deemed not-for-profit Public Charity. Donations are tax deductible to the full extent provided by the IRS. Love of Labs receives their operational funds through adoption fees, donations, and various fundraisers ONLY; they do not receive any county, state, or federal funding.

Love of Lab’s mission is to reduce the euthanasia rate of Labrador Retrievers and Retriever mixes throughout animal shelters and animal control agencies of the Midwest (especially Indiana.) LOLIN will accomplish this goal by increasing the public’s knowledge regarding the care, the adoption and the responsible ownership of these wonderful dogs. For more information, visit their website, (opens in new window)

About Beverly’s Pet Campus: Beverly’s, a member of the American Boarding Kennel Association since 1995, serves pets, and their owners, in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and surrounding communities. Their state-of-the-art kennel provides short and long-term boarding, as well as bathing services.

Along with a virtual tour of Beverly’s Boarding Kennel, and the Bark Park, a number of “Recession-Buster Specials” on kennel boarding and Bark Park memberships, as well as a free “Day Pass” for non-members and their dogs is available on their web site,