Ashley Dike Baganz
1976 - 2015

Ashley Baganz lost her battle with leukemia on March 26, 2015. She was our inspiration, our friend and our biggest supporter. She fought the good fight like a true warrior in her own no nonsense kind of way. She never lost that sense of humor and dry wit that made her so special to those that knew and loved her.
Read Ashley's full obituary here

Black Dog Charity was founded in 2011 to support Ashley as she bravely fought against leukemia. She eventually encouraged us to also support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) and their Light the Night Campaign where she was named the Honored Hero in 2014. An Honored Hero is a person currently in treatment for a blood cancer or a survivor who supports The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) in a number of different ways. We have since become Gold Level Sponsors for Light the Night and we will proudly honor Ashley’s memory by continuing to support The Baganz Family and LLS in the years to come.


Click on the picture to hear Ashley's story in her own words as she talks about the good work LLS does
Black Dog Charity
2825 Bledsoe St.
Fort Worth , TX 76107
Phone: 817-763-9500 817-763-9500
Fax: 817-377-3539
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Friday, March 23, 2018

Saturday, March 24, 2018


Friday: Mopac Event Center

Driving Directions



Saturday: Chula Vista Ranch

Driving Directions

Please Note - Some mapping programs take you to the back side of the ranch. The gate is on Old White Settlement Road. Once you turn left on White Settlement Rd continue for about 1 mile until you see the Black Dog sign. The gate will be on your right.

For reservation and Ticket Information Contact:
Kristen Deweese


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