Friday, October 14, 2011



Rover Retreat to Host Bulloween Party for Third Year

Metro Denver’s premier non-traditional dog day care and boarding kennel announces the annual English bulldog costume contest and fun play date for the dogs and their owners, with proceeds going to bulldog rescue.  

GOLDEN, CO —October 11, 2011—A steadfast supporter of animal rescue, Rover Retreat is hosting the Bulldog Club of Denver‘s (BCD) Bulloween party for the third consecutive year on Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 17731 W. Colfax Avenue in Golden.

From 11:30 a.m. through 1 p.m., Bulloween events will include a costume contest with prizes and snacks. The cost is $5.00 per family, with all proceeds collected to be matched by BCD and utilized for local rescue efforts by the Bulldog Club of America Rescue Network.

The objective of the Rescue Network is to accept stray or abandoned bulldogs, or those whose owners can no longer keep them, and find loving, stable homes for them. The group provides foster homes, training, and medical treatment when necessary. Prospective new homes are carefully screened, and prospective adopters are fully informed about the breed and each dog’s special needs. Before placement, rescue bulldogs are spayed or neutered to reduce overpopulation.

Therese Morin, owner of Rover Retreat, looks forward to hosting Bulloween each year. “My favorite part is watching the bulldogs running around and playing in costume,” she said. “We also have fun activities planned, so please feel free to join us and support bulldog rescue.”

Guests are asked to bring a snack to share and a chair, if possible. Drinks and tableware will be provided. Anyone wishing to attend is asked to RSVP with the number of humans and dogs by Wednesday, October 26 to Nancy Brown at 720-290-3546.

About The Bulldog Club of Denver:

The Bulldog Club of Denver (BCD) is a nonprofit organization whose members include professional English bulldog breeders and veterinarians, as well as anyone who owns or loves the breed. BCD hosts an annual specialty show and a variety of events, classes, and matches throughout the year. Their goal is to uphold the English bulldog ideal through education, competition, and fellowship. The Bulldog Club of Denver does not sell dogs or advertise puppies for sale.

For more information about the Bulldog Club of Denver, visit their website at

About Rover Retreat:

Rover Retreat offers dog day care and overnight boarding services for dogs four months of age and older. Its experienced staff gives each dog individual attention and learns each dog’s personality, likes, dislikes, and special needs. Dogs enjoy plenty of supervised playtime, and owners have the peace of mind that their dogs are happy and well taken care of. Rover Retreat currently has two locations in the Denver metro area: Golden and Wheat Ridge.

To learn more about your best friend’s home away from home, please visit, or call 303-215-0413.

Therese Morin, Owner
Rover Retreat Golden

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