Are You Ready For The Paws In The Park Dog Olympics?

dog-olympics-logo-300pxThat’s right, we said Dog Olympics!  All dogs and their handlers are welcome to compete in these most glorious games free of charge!

The great games will start at noon with a Parade to the competition stage and there will begin an epic contest of strength, smarts, and style!!

First the Loudest Bark and Best Tail Wagger contests will determine who are the loudest and proudest among the doggie competitors.

Next a test of love and smarts as we determine which of our four legged Olympians gives the Best Kiss and does the Best Trick!

Finally our canine competitors will show off their most fashionable selves in our Costume Contest!   

An awards ceremony will be full of proud puppies and parents and the winner of each competition receives a $10 gift card courtesy of Especially For Pets!

New Partners Keep On Coming!

Om Obedience Professional Dog Training, Classie Canines, and A Passion Fur Paws Barkery and Apothecary are all joining the support for Paws in the Park.  Classie Canines will be offering dog nail trimming, A Passion Fur Paws Barkery and Apothecary will be offering natural and non-toxic wellness products for pets, and Om Obedience Professional Dog Training will be with us in spirit…and with a raffle basket worth over $125 including a private training session on site for you and your dog!

Register for our walk today and keep checking back to see what else is coming to Paws in the Park!

Bank of Easton Joins Paws In The Park

BoE_2Col_PosiThe Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts and Bank of Easton are proud to announce that they are expanding their long-time partnership to help homeless animals in Southeastern Mass.  The community based Bank of Easton has been a partner of the shelter’s since it’s inception in 2009 and an even sponsor for years.  Now the bank has agreed to partner with the shelter on an annual basis while continuing to sponsor it’s events, including Paws in the Park.  “This is a cause all of us at Bank of Easton are behind.” says bank president John Morley.

You can meet the team from Bank of Easton and hear more about how they support both the animal and human members of our communities at Paws in the Park this September 16th.