Get your Shotguns ready and join the fun at the 2nd annual Pull for Paws Charity Clay Shoot on Saturday, August 6th at San Angelo's Claybird Association on Duncan Road.

By signing up and taking part in the clay shoot, you will be helping many of our furry friends who count on Concho Valley Paws every year.

Concho Valley PAWS does the adoptions for the city of San Angelo shelter and are the only local rescue that saves dogs from our city shelter. As a matter of fact, they save over 2000 lives a year through local adoptions and transfer programs. Concho Valley Paws also offers low cost vouchers monthly at cvpaws.org. You'll find them open for adoptions Wed – Sat at the Judith & David Hirschfeld Adoption center from 1-7pm.

This is going to be a great outing for all who participate. Registration is $175 per shooter and open to individuals or teams of five. Rotations are filled as entries are received so register early but keep in mind that you can register the day of the event as well. Shooters must provide their own eye and ear protection.

Below is how the event shoot is scheduled:                                                                        8:30 am: Check-in & breakfast (coffee & donuts)
9:30 am: Clay shoot starts
11:30 am: Catered lunch
12:30 pm: Live auction, awards and shooter prize drawings. 1 in 10 wins a prize (must be present to win). All shooters receive a gift from PAWS.

For more information, visit cvpaws.org/pull or call Leland at 325-895-0861. Get signed up and plan on having a lot of fun at the same time you help Concho Valley Paws with the great services they provide in our community!

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