Join us for the Annual Spay-Ghetti Dinner!

Dogwood's Annual SPAY-GHETTI DINNER is this Thursday, February 5 from 5-8 PM! Join us at our Lake of the Ozarks Italian restaurant for a great meal and to support a great cause. For just $16.50 you can enjoy an all you can eat pasta and salad dinner with a roll and a soft drink. Fifty percent of the proceeds will be donated to Dogwood to help spay and neuter many dogs and cats in the Lake of the Ozarks area!

About Dogwood Animal Shelter


Volunteers have been the driving force behind Dogwood animal shelter since its beginning.  Through auctions and sales, a handful of dedicated people raised enough money to build a small facility and in 1976, the badly needed shelter was established as a 501(c)3.  It was filled beyond capacity almost immediately.  From the start, Dogwood offered low cost spays and neuters, and since 1997, when the board of directors declared Dogwood a no-kill facility, it has steadily expanded that program.   When the long awaited new shelter facility, located near Osage Beach was built in 2005, a spay/neuter clinic was included so that the surgeries could be done on site.

Low Cost Spay / Neuter


Providing low cost spay and neuter surgeries as a humane approach to reducing our community’s pet overpopulation problem is an important part of Dogwood’s mission. The clinic is located in the medical wing of the shelter facility, and is open to the public each week. Appointments are scheduled, based on veterinarian availability. Costs vary according to the animal’s weight and other variables.

The Spay-Ghetti Dinner for Dogwood animal shelter will take place at our Outlet Mall location. Li'l Rizzo's strives to give our guests a great dining experience in a unique Italian atmosphere. All of our menu items are made from the freshest quality ingredients. Our friendly servers and bartenders are ready to make everyone feel welcome!

Lake of the Ozarks BEST Italian Food and Sports Bar! 


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