Summer is heading to a close! You and your family will soon be shopping for school supplies, new clothing, and your pup will have to readjust to the schedule changes. Looking for something to do? Check out all the events happening next weekend. Bring the family, spend the day, and go home happy and tired.
What: Yapsie’s SoMa Pupcrawl
Where: Caltran Station 4th Street and King Street, San Fran, Ca
When: August 13, 2011 1:30pm to 4:30pm, check-in by 1:15pm
This pupcrawl in San Francisco is the ultimate pup crawl with your dog. Your ticket includes food, snacks, and drinks at some of the most pet-friendly cafes, parks, boutiques, and restaurants, and stores. Discover some of the businesses in your area that love dogs as much as you do.
To buy tickets, please go to Yapsie’s website.
What: Dog Days of Summer
Where: Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Fl
When: August 13, 2011 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Take your pup with you to watch some baseball. Your dog might even catch a homerun! There is a special pet-friendly area set aside in the stadium for you and your buddy. Meet some local businesses and watch the Hammerheads place the Marauders. Money raised from the ticket sales will go to help some of the local rescue organizations.
For more information visit the Hammerheads website.
What: 13th Annual Romp in the Park
Where: Norris-Penrose Equestrian Center 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd Colorado Springs, Co
When: August 13, 2011 10:30am to 4:30pm
Come see demonstrations, play with your dog in the water park, check out some of the local vendors, and enjoy the day with your family. All money raised benefits All Breed Rescue & Training. The day will be filled with a costume contests, dog and owner look-alike contest, best trick contest, and agility demos. You can also purchase a microchip voucher if your dog needs one and there will be a kid’s corner that has a bounce house, face-painting, and other games.
What: The Amazing New York Race
Where: Central Park Bandshell
When: August 14, 2011 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Go on an adventure with your dog. A series of clues will lead you and your best friend around Central Park. Race around and make it to the finish line. There will be mental and physical challenges for you both to solve. The race will take about 2 hours with a party afterwards. Bring a camera, wear good sneakers, and bring a cheering squad. The admission is per dog, so the family can come and watch.
For more info check out the website.