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September 6, 2013

Lucky Dog scratch-off features Indy dogs

INDIANAPOLIS — The Hoosier Lottery's new Lucky Dog Scratch-off encourages Hoosiers to "scratch a lucky dog." In doing so, the Hoosier Lottery hopes to bring awareness to animal adoption opportunities and the importance of spay and neuter programs in communities across Indiana.

The Lucky Dog Scratch-off featuring the local pups is available at approximately 4,000 Hoosier Lottery retailers around the state.

Each individual $2 ticket offers the chance to win cash prizes up to $10,000 and will contain information directing players to log on towww. HoosierLottery.com/LuckyDog to learn more about animal adoption in their area including how to donate winning and unscratched tickets to benefit their local animal shelter, including the Humane Society of Indianapolis.

Each ticket will also include mention of the Lucky Dog of the Week picture contest on Hoosier Lottery's Facebook page, which is open to all Hoosiers 18 and older.

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