Few people would attend a fundraiser intended to keep them from reproducing. And yet, chances are many dogs will show up — wagging tails and all — to the second annual Doggiestock. Doggiestock is the name of the fundraising festival that helps low-income people pay the costs of having their pets spayed or neutered.
This year’s edition is Sept. 18 at Centennial Fields Park, Snoqualmie.
The uncontrolled pet population is a problem in the Valley, said Cathi Linden, of U Dirty Dog Grooming in North Bend. Linden is a member of Valley Animal Partners, which started Doggiestock. Last year, Doggiestock — whose name, slogan and poster come from the Woodstock festival, with a dog instead of a bird atop a guitar neck — helped Valley Animal Partners pay for 90 surgeries.
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