Howl-o-ween Pictures

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Saturday, October 28th at the Middletown Humane Society

Halloween pet photo booth, pictures are $10. No worries if you don’t have a costume, they have many to share

 

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Strut Your Pup

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“Strut Your Pup” on Sunday, September 23rd at Francher Davidge Park in Middletown from 8 am – 11 am. There will be a prize for the Best Costume! All proceeds benefit MHS. Adults are $25 and children under 12 are free. Click here to print the registration form and required waiver: http://www.middletownhumanesociety.com/strut-pup-walk-september-23-2018/

Walkin’ the Dog

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Saturday, May 5th at 8:30 AM in New Paltz. Sponsored by the Friends of the Elting Library

Come and join us for our annual Walkin’ the Dog event. We’re proud to be hosting this event to support not only the library but Paws of Ulster County Dog Park as well! This is an easy 1.3-mile walk for both dogs and their humans. There is an entry fee of $15 but if you can raise $35 or more in sponsorships for your pup the entry fee is waived! Meet us in the Gilded Otter parking lot, rain or shine!

Download the registration form from our website: www.eltinglibrary.org

 

 

Bark in the Park

west_point_dog_park-1477257576-1858Military Wife Helps Raise Funds for ‘Dog Park’ Renovation at West Point

via Patch – Thanks to the wife of a West Point colonel, families with dogs at the United State Military Academy will have a new amenity in their future.

Leigh Hansbarger, whose husband Col. Tom Hansbarger is director of cadet activities at West Point, suffered the loss of her dog Stella, a Jack Russell, while on vacation.

Coming back to West Point, after her loss, she would pass the area that was used as a place to exercise dogs of academy families and would think of her Stella.

Leigh Hansbarger said that the area wasn’t really an official dog park; it was just a place that the milltary community used to play with and exercise their dogs.
She said that Stella loved the dog park.

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