Fun for the whole Family! Featuring Dancing with the Dogs!
- Date: Sunday, April 26, 2009
- Time: 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
- Place: Westchester Park
7000 W. Manchester Ave.
Los Angeles, CA
(Map to location)
Best Friends Pet Adoption Festivals are unique in both scope and scale. Its focus: finding homes for hundreds of homeless animals. The Pet Adoption Festivals consists of rescue groups, shelters, retailers, demonstrations in grooming and training, and pet health care experts to provide information and assistance to the public who have adopted new pets.
The event has made its mark as the largest pet adoption festival in the nation, with an average of 8,000 attendees and 400 adoptions per event. The event creates a festive atmosphere while adopting hundreds of homeless animals. With the help of our sponsor partners, we are well on our way to creating a time when there are No More Homeless Pets, and every cat or dog who is ever born can be guaranteed a good home with a loving family
Best Friends is proud to feature Dancing with the Dogs!
At Dancing with the Dogs – the only STARS you’ll see are furry ones performing in front of celebrity judges. Handlers perform routines with their dog to music created to best fit their dog’s personality. Dancing with the Dogs is a fun competition, showcasing the value a dog can bring to a family. To compete at the April Best Friends Pet Adoption Festival, sign up for the March 14th workshops at Four Legged Friends Foundation or email email@example.com for more information.
The Spring Pet Adoption Festival is presented by PETCO Foundation, Chrissie’s Fund, and Wells Fargo.
Bring cans of pet food to benefit Los Angeles area shelters and rescues. Rachel Ray’s Nutrish is doing their part, too. Visit www.dogvice.com and www.dogfessions.com and earn food for homeless dogs!
Sponsor and vendor opportunities available! Please contact Lisa Dulyea at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.bestfriendsevents.net for more information.
Posted by Sandi Cain, Best Friends Network Volunteer
Logos courtesy of PETCO Foundation, Chrissie’s Fund, and Wells Fargo