Upcoming Pet Events in Georgia

Check out these great events coming up in Georgia. There are fun Halloween activities, cocktail parties, horse parties and even reading events for kids!


HayDay 2009 and the Halloween Horse Rescue

Northwind Equestrian Center

Cumming, Georgia

October 31

This is a horse-themed Halloween festival, that also contains lots of fun family activities. It will feature hay rides, a petting zoo, barn tours, shopping, hay for sale, arts and crafts, raffles, food and beverages. There will also be a Halloween costume contest for kids. It will take place from 1:00-4:00 PM.

First Annual Halloween Costume Contest

Inman Park Pet Works

Atlanta, Georgia

October 31

Don’t have kids to have fun with on Halloween? Don’t worry! You can dress up your dog for a costume contest, and they will give it a free treat. This event will take place from 11:00 AM-4:00 PM. The winner of the contest will receive a photo shoot with Seinen Photography and a $25 gift certificate to the store. Click here for information about Inman Park Pet Works.

K9 Reading Program

Foxtale Book Shop

Woodstock, Georgia

November 14 & 21

This is an event where children of all ages can come and read to specially trained service dogs. These sessions are open to the public, and are great if you want to encourage your kid to read and bond with animals. Click here for information about the new and used book shop.

Eighth Annual Paws for Cocktails

Park Tavern

Atlanta, Georgia

November 19

This will be a party to benefit dogs, from 5:30-9:00 PM. It is a $15 donation at the door, which includes complimentary food and drink. There will be a live auction, deals on holiday gifts, raffle, trivia, giveaway prizes and more. You can bring a picture of your pet and show it to a pet psychic too. Hundreds of people are expected to show up, so it will be a fun social occasion where you can meet other dog lovers. There will be celebrity hosts, such as Victoria Stilwell from Animal Planet’s “It’s Me or the Dog.”

This organization also often offers lost-cost microchip clinics, if you are interested in that. It costs $35, and usually takes place on Saturdays.

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  1. Monday, July 4th at 4:00pm
    Cannon Park by the gazebo
    Live Music
    Bring your favorite dog in their favorite outfit
    Win prizes for
    Best Outfit
    Funniest Outfit
    Dog Who Looks Most Like their Owner
    Dog Parade
    And Stay for the Human Parade at 6:00pm
    Everyone Welcome
    For DeTAILS Call 770-704-1548
    Fireworks and Music at Riverstone at Dusk