Pets Alive, a no kill animal rescue and advocacy organization in Middletown, NY, will hold its 4th annual Tail Wagger Dog Walk – for dogs and their humans – on Saturday, October 10, 2015 at the Circleville Town Park, 50 Creamery Rd (off Rte 302) Circleville, NY. Registration begins at 10:00am, the ¼ mile walk starts at 11:00am and the event runs through 3:00pm with various fun activities.
This will be a day of fun for dogs – and the entire family! There will be great shopping with a variety of vendors, magic acts by Magician & Illusionist Chris Dare, a raffle, and more. Food will be available from the Cool Bus Cafe. Tom Ciriello Photography will be on hand to take photos of the day’s activities.
Tail Wagger sponsors to date include Best in Show sponsor, Jockey Hollow Veterinary Practice; Lucky Dog sponsors, Goosepond Animal Hospital and Catskill Veterinary Services, PLLC; Furry Friends sponsors, Wild Soul Yoga Studio, Robin’s Nest Pet Sitting, LLC, and the Barlament – Oliver Family; and various in-kind sponsors, donating their services or products including DogPoopBags.com, The Natural Pets Center; Hudson Valley Pawprint Magazine; The Pit Bull Princess; PetsyPlates.com; Wags ‘n Gift; and Pooky’s Pet Treats.
Registration is just $25 per walker. Pre-register by September 17th to be guaranteed an event tee shirt – and the first 100 dogs will be guaranteed a bandana supplied by In-Kind Sponsor Kim Gerhardt.
For questions, please contact Pets Alive at email@example.com. All net proceeds from this event will support the hundreds of animals at Pets Alive. Further information including registration, sponsorship and vendor opportunities are included on the event website at http://www.petsalive.com/dogwalk/2015/.
About Pets Alive
Pets Alive Animal Sanctuary is a private, nonprofit organization supported entirely on donations. Our mission is to improve the lives of companion animals everywhere by any means possible, including rescue, adoption, advocacy, intervention, education and collaboration. The sanctuary is located at 363 Derby Road, Middletown. Visit petsalive.org and follow them on Facebook.com/PetsAlive and Twitter.com/PetsAlive.