Doggy Draft | Los Angeles Chargers - chargers.com
The Doggy Draft presented by Pacifico and Lazy Dog Restaurants is here!
Join the Chargers, LA Animal Services, and L.A. Love & Leashes at our Draft Party to meet 10 adorable shelter and rescue dogs who are hoping to find their forever homes. And thanks to the generosity of Lazy Dog and Pacifico, all adoption fees for this special draft class are covered. Plus, adopters will receive a special gift from Pacifico - what's not to love?
Come meet Dougie, ChiChi, Kai and more at the Draft Party this Thursday at Westfield Century City located outside Bloomingdales!
Come meet us and our friends at the Doggy Draft!
Due to limited space on both the Atrium Stage and Terrace levels, fans with QR codes will be admitted to the event on a first-come, first-served basis. Once the event space reaches capacity, fans who were unable to gain entry may still take in the program from public areas surrounding the Atrium space. Access to the Atrium Stage and Terrace levels will begin at 3:30 pm PT.
2023 Doggy Draft Partners:
In 1900, three German brewers established Cervecería del Pacifico in the small Mexican port town of Mazatlán. Word of the exceptionally drinkable pilsner-style lager traveled fast. Soon, thirst for Pacifico spread from Sinaloa and up the rugged Baja coastline. Fast forward to the early 1970s. As the story goes, a group of California surfers ventured south in their van to explore the breaks along the coast. Eventually they found themselves in Baja, where they also discovered hidden surf spots, friendly cantinas, and a beloved local beer called Pacifico.
Excited by their find, the wandering surfers loaded up a few cases of the rich golden lager into their van and returned north, becoming the first importers of Pacifico. Back in Southern California, the Baja-born cerveza gained a passionate following among surfers who journeyed south for the breaks, and returned with a beer well worth the trip.
About Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
Inspired by the lifestyle of the Rocky Mountains where founder Chris Simms spent time with family growing up, Lazy Dog offers the perfect environment for a quick weeknight dinner, a meandering meal with old friends or a big night out. The first Lazy Dog restaurant opened in the Huntington Beach area of California in 2003 and showcased a handcrafted menu of memorable family favorites reinterpreted with bold new flavors and served with small-town hospitality. It is open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch with a full bar program that includes unique and approachable specialty cocktails and a wide selection of craft beers. Guest may continue the experience at home with Lazy Dog's new handcrafted TV Dinners, made in-house, frozen in retro-style trays and ready to pop in the oven. The Lazy Dog at home experience also includes the LD Beer Club, offered at most locations and gives members access to small-batch specialty beers, merchandise and in-restaurant benefits. Lazy Dog has 39 locations throughout California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, Virginia and Texas with more on the way.
About LA Animal Services
LA Animal Services promotes and protects the health, safety, and welfare of animals and the people who love them, and is one of the largest municipal shelter systems in the United States. With six Centers across the City, LA Animal Services serves approximately 60,000 animals annually and responds to 20,000 emergency calls involving animals or people in danger. LA Animal Services is part of the Human Animal Support Services (HASS) international coalition, joining 38 municipal shelters and animal welfare organizations across the country to reimagine and transform the way shelters care for animals and their families, by offering access to resources to help keep families together; getting lost pets home quickly without having to enter the shelter system; providing food and medical assistance; and continuing to build on a strong adoption and foster program so pets find their permanent homes or are placed in foster care. Visit our link.tree for helpful links to the services and resources available to you and your companion animals. Connect with LA Animal Services and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
About L.A. Love & Leashes
Created by the non-profit Friends of L.A. Animal Shelters, L.A. Love & Leashes is located at Westfield Century City in Los Angeles, and started as a way to showcase shelter pets in a more welcoming, serene setting than the typical local shelter offers. The animals are more engaged and less anxious, and potential adopters have an easier time connecting with the individual dogs and cats. The fundamental focus of L.A. Love & Leashes is to help our city shelters save more lives by reaching large numbers of people who might not otherwise visit our shelters, thereby increasing the number of animals adopted.