Austin Spurs to Benefit Texas Humane Heroes with Hoops N Hounds Night at the H-E-B Center

Official Release | March 2, 2018

Fans Invited to Attend the Game, Presented by Cedar Park Overhead Doors, With Their Furry Friends

AUSTIN, Texas (Feb. 28, 2018) – The Austin Spurs, presented by SWBC, will host the Reno Bighorns during their annual Hoops N Hounds game, in partnership with Cedar Park Overhead Doors, on Friday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park. Fans are encouraged to bring their four-legged companions to the game benefiting Texas Humane Heroes.

There will be a designated dog-friendly section at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park, as well as pet relief stations outside the arena to ensure that fans can enjoy the game with their pets. The Austin Spurs will also wear dog friendly themed jerseys for the game. The signed, game-worn jerseys will be auctioned off online during the game. Fans will have the opportunity to cast their bids until 9pm CT March 9 with proceeds benefiting Texas Humane Heroes. Pet-focused nonprofit organizations will be on the concourse with dogs that will be available for adoption throughout the game.

Dog owners must bring proof of up-to-date shots, spaying or neutering, and sign a waiver prior to receiving tickets. There will be a limit of two dogs per person. You can receive two free human tickets with every dog. Aggressive dogs and retractable leashes will not be allowed. Check-in for the dogs at the Hoops N Hounds game will be outside the main entrance. A vet will be onsite in case of any emergencies.

For tickets to the annual Hoops N Hounds game, please go here.

About Texas Humane Heroes

Texas Humane Heroes is a no kill, private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with dog and cat adoption centers in Leander (Greater Austin Metropolitan area) and Killeen, Texas. Established in 1979, Texas Humane Heroes enhances the lives of pets and people through adoption, availability of our low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinics as well as family-friendly community events. The organization is 100 percent funded by donations, grants and modest fees for services. Texas Humane Heroes does not receive any local, state, or federal government funding.