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The following lists contain information that has been sent in by the sponsors of events or other people who are aware of the event. We do not verify all information on these pages. Please call the sponsors or go to the sponsors website to verify all information.
 

Apple Valley
Paws n' Claws Pet Fair & "Obedience Matters" World Record Attempt
October 24, 2015
10am - 3pm
Civic Center Park. 14999 Dale Evans Pkwy.
Apple Valley, CA 92307
Phone:760 240 7000 x 7060
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Comments:Paws n? Claws is an annual celebration of pets and is always pet friendly. With this being our 10th year we wanted to do something special AND still make a difference.

Our goal this year is to break a WORLD RECORD for the "largest dog obedience lesson" by having 500 handlers & dogs go through a class - all at the same time! Information on the event, participating in the lesson, or becoming a sponsor can be found on AVAS?s website, www.avanimals.org or facebook page, www.facebook.com/AVAnimals.

Hope you can join us for the fun & this once in a lifetime opportunity!




Dana Point
The Diamond Ball 2015 at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel
November 7, 2015
5:00 PM
One Ritz-Carlton Drive
Dana Point, CA 92692
Phone:949-240-2000
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Comments:The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel is proud to host The Diamond Ball, an evening of inspiration committed to saving lives. The mission of The Diamond Ball is to raise funds for animal charities that save lives. The evening includes a silent and live auction, a four-course dinner presented by the resort?s Executive Chef, and music and dancing. The evening also includes The Diamond Drop, an opportunity where guests can donate gems and jewelry in support of the cause. For additional information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.thediamondball.org




Los Angeles, 90037
Strut Your Mutt
October 10, 2015
7am
700 Exposition Park Dr.
Los Angeles, 90037, CA 90037
Phone:8184026586
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Comments:Join our Operation Blankets of Love -Strutt Your Mutt team ! All Proceeds go to Operation Blankets of Love!



We guarantee you will have fun and at the same time, raise vital funds to save the lives of homeless animals for our organization!

Strut Your Mutt is community dog walk, 5K run/walk, and a dog-themed festival. (If you do not have a dog you can walk with our team.)

Feel good about knowing you can help save homeless animals. Recruit other runners/walkers, and you'll be helping even more animals find a loving home.



If you can't make it, you can make a contribution. It is simple. Go online today and show us you can make a difference!!

As you know, Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) is a unique animal welfare advocacy and emergency relief nonprofit. Our mission is to improve the well-being of homeless animals and increase chances for survival and adoption ? with the ultimate aim of eliminating animal homelessness.



Each year, we provide donated recycled and new aid/comfort items to shelters, rescues, and pets of the homeless, reaching 24,000 animals!

We donate blankets, pet beds, towels, food, toys, treats, crates, grooming supplies, flea meds, vitamins, first aid supplies, and more.

If we were to close our doors, animal shelters, rescue groups and, most importantly, the homeless animals in their care, would suffer greatly. For more information, visit operationblanketsoflove.org.




Ontario
Doggie POOL-ooza
September 12, 2015
9 am to 4 pm
Cucamonga Guasti Regional Park, 800 N Archibald Ave
Ontario, CA 91764
Phone:909-387-2461
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Comments:As the dog days of summer come to an end and the regular summer swim season closes, San Bernardino County Regional Parks hosts its Doggie Pool-ooza event at Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario on Saturday, September 12th and Sunday, September 13th. During this annual event owners can bring their four legged pals, who have had to endure the summer in a fur coat, for one last dip in the cool pool.



The event is sponsored by the Ontario Spay and Neuter, who will be providing discounted nail trimming for $10, micro-chipping for $15 and various vaccinations ranging from $10-$15. The event will also include vendor booths, Li?l Dog Races and other contests, such as the K-9 Swimsuit Competition, and Talent Show.



If you don?t already have a pet, there will be on-site adoption opportunities from Animals R First Fund and Hope to Home for Cats. There will be a food vendors for all human attendees, including the Baby?s Bad-Ass Burgers and the Rolling Sushi Truck. To cool the humans off, Snowie?s California will have their shaved ice on sale including a syrup station to put your own flavors on the icy treat.



Friends of Regional Parks will there be collecting slightly used/clean blankets, bags of dry dog food, and other dog supplies to be donated to local pet shelters.



Canine participants must be at least six-months-old, have a current license and proof of up-to-date vaccinations. We also ask that all dogs be on a minimum six-foot leash.



Entry fee is $5 per person and $1 per canine participant, parking is free with admission. The event is Saturday, September 12th and Sunday, September 13th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park. The park is located at 800 North Archibald Avenue, Ontario, CA 91764. For more information call the San Bernardino Regional Parks Department at(909) 387-2461.




Pasadena
Pet CPR & First Aid Training
September 13, 2015
9:30am-2:30pm
1102 Oxley St
Pasadena, CA
Phone:626-403-7380
Map
Comments:According to the American Animal Hospital Association ?

92% of dogs and cats will experience an emergency in their lifetime

60% of animal hospital visits are emergency in nature

1 out of 4 pets would survive

if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to veterinary care



Are you prepared to give your pet a fighting chance to survive?

Knowing the skills of Pet CPR & First Aid can make a difference between life and death.



Love & Protect Your Pets with this Comprehensive & Hands-On Workshop



For people ages 12+ years: pet owners & pet professionals/volunteers



Limited seating. Light refreshments provided.





$60 + $25 materials fee in class



See website for more information - http://www.dogmanities.com/workshops/ or call 323-744-0210




Pasadena
17th Annual Wiggle Waggle Walk
September 27, 2015
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Brookside Park
Pasadena, CA 91103
Phone:6267927151
Map
Comments:Join thousands of animal lovers and their canine companions on Sunday, September 27, 2015 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA?s 17th Annual Wiggle Waggle Walk ? a community fundraiser for animals! The walk is the shelter?s biggest fundraising event of the year because of committed and caring people just like you! With your help, we hope to raise $400,000 to provide care for the thousands of animals that come to our shelter annually.



Registration is free and fundraising is encouraged! Your efforts help provide quality food, safe shelter, and veterinary care for the 12,000 animals the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA cares for every year. Register today at www.wigglewagglewalk.org or call 626-792-7151 ext.167.





San Gabriel
Pet CPR & First Aid Training
October 11, 2015
1:00pm-6:00pm
Temple City Animal Hospital
San Gabriel, CA 91776
Phone:3237440210
Map
Comments:According to the American Animal Hospital Association ?

92% of dogs and cats will experience an emergency in their lifetime

60% of animal hospital visits are emergency in nature

1 out of 4 pets would survive

if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to veterinary care



Are you prepared to give your pet a fighting chance to survive?

Knowing the skills of Pet CPR & First Aid can make a difference between life and death.



Love & Protect Your Pets with this Comprehensive & Hands-On Workshop



For people ages 12+ years: pet owners & pet professionals/volunteers



Limited seating. Light refreshments provided.





South Pasadena
Pet CPR & First Aid Training
November 8, 2015
9:30am-2:30pm
South Pasadena Senior Center
South Pasadena, CA 91030
Phone:3237440210
Map
Comments:According to the American Animal Hospital Association ?

92% of dogs and cats will experience an emergency in their lifetime

60% of animal hospital visits are emergency in nature

1 out of 4 pets would survive

if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to veterinary care



Are you prepared to give your pet a fighting chance to survive?

Knowing the skills of Pet CPR & First Aid can make a difference between life and death.



Love & Protect Your Pets with this Comprehensive & Hands-On Workshop



For people ages 12+ years: pet owners & pet professionals/volunteers



Limited seating. Light refreshments provided.



$60 + $25 materials fee in class



See website for more information - http://www.dogmanities.com/workshops/

or call 323-744-0210





Temple City
Pet CPR & First Aid Training
October 11, 2015
1:00pm-6:00pm
Temple City Animal Hospital
Temple City, CA 91780
Phone:3237440210
Map
Comments:According to the American Animal Hospital Association ?

92% of dogs and cats will experience an emergency in their lifetime

60% of animal hospital visits are emergency in nature

1 out of 4 pets would survive

if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to veterinary care



Are you prepared to give your pet a fighting chance to survive?

Knowing the skills of Pet CPR & First Aid can make a difference between life and death.



Love & Protect Your Pets with this Comprehensive & Hands-On Workshop



For people ages 12+ years: pet owners & pet professionals/volunteers



Limited seating. Light refreshments provided.



$60 + $25 materials fee in class



See website for more information - http://www.dogmanities.com/workshops/

or call 323-744-0210








 

 


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