RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - Nevada Humane Society’s Bone Appetit program is combining local restaurants with a great cause—offering dining out as a way to give back to homeless pets. Each Monday in April, you can Dine Out With Your Dog at Wild River Grille, raising money and awareness for homeless pets.
“Bone Appetit is a win for everyone, bringing growth to the restaurants, financially supporting homeless pets, and of course, allowing families and couples to enjoy a good night out!” said Kimberly Wade, Communications Director for Nevada Humane Society. “Dine Out With Your Dog makes it even more fun by allowing you to bring your doggies and mingle with other pet lovers!”
If you want to dine out and help homeless pets, it’s simple—when you visit Wild River Grille each Monday in April, just tell your server that you're there to support Nevada Humane Society and a portion of your food bill will be donated back to homeless pets.
Wild River Grille is at 17 South Virginia Street in downtown Reno and their phone number is 775-284-7455.