EVENTS (Past, Present, Future). . .
Mark Your Calendar Now. . .
PopUp Clinic Coming Soon. . .
Inflation does more than cost us extra dollars, it can cost pets their lives. Please take advantage of LGCR’s upcoming PopUP Clinic for:
Wellness Vaccinations | Rabies Vaccinations | Microchipping
This free community service is a collaborative effort between Hill Country Humane Society, Highland Lakes Canine Rescue, and Living Grace Canine Ranch.
By pooling our volunteers and corporate-giving sponsors, we are determined to prevent the cost of veterinarian services from interfering with one of life's simple joys, our pets and their wellness. First come, first serve while supplies last. Bring photo identification.
Saturday April 1, 2023
8:00am – 1:00pm
Wallace Riddell Park
710 Northington Street
Keep Me Safe & Protected
40th Annual Bluebonnet Festival
April 7 - 9, 2023
A Blast from the Past. . .
Marble Falls Market Day
Saturday March 4, 2023
10:00am - 4:00pm
2nd Annual ValenTails Tea: Moving Beyond OA Pain
Our annual ValenTail's Tea is an opportunity to serve our community of senior dog pet parents in a fun, informative venue. Whether caregiving for one or a pack of one hundred and thirty, certain conditions are common to a senior dog's life journey.
Tapping into our daily caregiving experience and incorporating a medical professional perspective, our goal is to empower the pet parent with knowledge and practical ways to benefit an old friend.
This year, our topic centered around osteoarthritis and precise ways to ‘move beyond pain’ without a heavy dependence on pain pills. At LGCR, we frequently utilize the word ‘joy’ as a reference point to differentiate between 'being alive' vs. 'feeling alive'; it’s the latter of which we strive every day for our residents.
Like humans, when dogs feel alive, they feel connected to the world, healing old hurts and rekindling life's possibilities for companionship and love.
We applaud ValenTail Tea pet parents. Like us, their mission is a lifelong commitment that never grows old.
Close The MicroChip Gap Event
was a huge success. Hopefully none of these pups will ever get lost but if they do, they can be quickly identified and returned to their owners.