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Home Is Where My Dog Is

Rogue Valley Street Dogs 3rd Annual Fundraising Dinner Event. June 8th, 2024 from 5:30-8:30 at Dos Mariposas Vineyard & Lavendar Farm at 3976 Bellinger Lane in Medford.

Register at We serve the community by reducing overpopulation through spay/neuter and we reduce suffering of pets living in poverty through medical help and much needed supplies. Our Mission is to fund and facilitate spay-neuter and essential support services to improve the lives of pets living in poverty.

Come meet a few of our Street Dog clients and their canine companions, enjoy music by Holly & the Healers, a vegan dinner by Drunken Goats Farm, exquisite dessert by Jolene’s Sweets and amazing wine by Dos Mariposas.

Date & Time:

June 8 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm



Dos Mariposas Vineyard & Lavendar Farm

3976 Bellinger Ln
Medford, 97501

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