Upcoming New England Dog Events

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August 6, 2009
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If you live in the New England region, or plan on traveling there any time soon, bring your dog to some fun events!

Vermont:

Camp Gone to the Dogs

Mountaineer Inn

Stowe, Vermont

September 6-12, 13-19

This camp offers much of Vermont’s well-known natural beauty, with green fields and impressive mountains in the background on a luxurious resort. There are delicious, home cooked meals for everyone, including vegetarians. Veterinarians are at almost all the camps, day and night. At the Stowe Camp, there are 8 grassy, shaded acres surrounded by a brook. There are 25-30 activities offered per day. This inn has also reserved a pond for dogs to swim, and there is a five mile walking path and a gondola ride you can take your dog.

Click here for the schedule.

Massachusetts:

Bark for Life North Shore

Willow Park/North Park District

Northfield, MA

August 9

Bark for Life is a fundraiser event for the American Cancer Society, honoring the value of our canine companions. It is in respect of Canine Caregivers, such as Canine Companions, Guide Dogs, Service Dogs, Rescue Dogs, Therapy Dogs, and Diagnostic Dogs. Dogs and their owners will celebrate surviving cancer, honor those lost to cancer, and fundraise for cancer research, education and awareness. Make sure your dog is up to date in its vaccinations. It costs $25/dog beforehand, and $35/dog at the day of the event.

Barktoberfest 2009

South Chelmsford Fairgrounds

Westford, MA

September 20

This is the only event that raises money for medical care and supplies for desperate dogs in pounds. You can raise money by taking a Walk Fur Dogs, with or without a dog. There are dog contests, such as best trick, best booty wiggle, oldest, looks most similar to owner, fastest sit and highest jump. There will be a Wellness Pavilion, which includes dog massages, Reiki, ask the vet, microchipping and nail clipping. There will be food and a bakesale. It is sponsored by Pound Hounds, a nonprofit organization. Admission is free!

Maine:

Woofstock 2009

Round Top Farm

Damariscotta, ME

September 12, 2009frsb

This event is combining the Animal House Pet Education Fair and the Damariscotta-Newcastle Rotary Club Family Fun Dog Show. There will be pet vendors from all over the region, demonstrations from pet professionals, pet games, free samples and the Family Fun Dog Show. The profits are donated to shelters and rescue institutions.

Dog Day 3

Skyline Farm

North Yarmouth, ME

September 19

This is a fun event, full of demos, free trainer and vet consulting, training clinics, informational presentations, games and vendors. Admission is $10/adult, $5/child.

Comments

2 Responses to “Upcoming New England Dog Events”

  1. Leigh Grady says:

    hi there
    was hoping we could get this posted on your site for the 3rd Annual Whisker Walk… http://www.whiskerwalk.org

    A benefit for NE animal shelters…
    thanks and let me know if you’d like more info!
    we’re happy to add your logo/link to the site as a supporter/promoter

  2. I run Fairy DogParents, a 501c3 charity that assists MA families at risk of surrending their dogs when they cannot afford food or general, chronic or acute vet care. We are sponsoring the South Shore Pet Expo in Marshfield, MA Sunday June 3rd. This family and pet friendly event is free to the public and fun for everyone! Come enjoy live animal demonstrations, visit with our vendors and possibly meet a future furry family member during our adoptable dog mutt strut! Pony rides, interactive dog events, live music and more.

    Is there a way to post this event and our organization via your calendar?

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