On Saturday, September 17, Tremont Center will present the 1st Annual Furry Friend Funday from 10 am to 1 pm. The event is being hosted by Peace for Paws Ohio, a new group that is in the process of receiving their 501 (c) 3 status. To read more about their mission to help homeless animals in Ohio, please visit their web site HERE or their Facebook page HERE.
Our good friend, Caroline Krouse, has been helping her friends at Peace for Paws Ohio organize this big day. Caroline adopted a Plain City dog, Maggie Moo (or just “The Moo” to all her friends), who we adore. We helped Maggie leave a life where she was heartworm positive and living outside to embark on her current spoiled, beloved life with Caroline. We’d try to help Caroline and The Moo with any endeavor, so we wanted to get the word out about this event.
The Furry Friend Funday will feature adoptable dogs, area rescue groups, raffle prizes, a dog/car wash, and tons more fun stuff.
There will also be a dog biscuit eating contest at noon for humans with the chance to win pizza for a year from Donatos. There is a $20 entry fee and contestants will have eight minutes to eat as many dog biscuits as they can. To register for the contest in advance, go HERE.
Additionally, there will be contests for dogs, including “best dressed,” “best dog trick,” “best owner look-a-like,” “best costume,” “best bark, and “best stay.” There is a $2 entry fee per contest and fees can be paid before the start of each contest.
To read more about all of the Funday events, visit the Peace for Paws Ohio Facebook event page HERE.
Tremont Center is located in Upper Arlington across Tremont Road from the Upper Arlington Library. To get directions and a map, please visit the Tremont Center web site HERE.
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