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Albuquerque Arthritis Walk
July 30, 2011
5801 Osuna Road NE, Albuquerque, NM
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Comments:More than 415,000 New Mexican live with arthritis on a daily basis-nearly 1000 of them are children. The Arthritis Foundations strategic plan is to help reduce the burden of arthritis. This strategic plan focuses on increasing the awareness of arthritis as a serious health concern, increasing the number of individuals with arthritis participating in Arthritis Foundation programs, increasing research dollars, and changing public policy.Free Event - Open to the publicRegistration 8:00 a.m.Walk begins 9:00 a.m.Visit community booths between 8-11DOGS ARE WELCOME!*Family Fun * Food * Festivities * Entertainment *Register online at: http://2011nmarthritiswalk.kintera.org ORwww.facebook.com/ArthritisFoundationABQ
August 7, 2012
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Comments:Yappy Hour will be August 7th at Marble Brewery (111 Marble AveNW) from 5pm-8pm. Bring your canine companion and enjoy sometunes with Reviva! There will be on-site fundraising and registrationto support the American Cancer Society Bark For Life.Bark For Life a fundraising event honoring the life-long contributionsof our Canine Caregivers. Albuquerque 2012 Bark For Life will be onSaturday, August 18th at El Oso Grande Park from 6pm-8pm. Formore information please visit our website atwww.relayforlife.org/barkalbuquerquenm.
2012 Bark For Life
August 18, 2012
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
EL Oso Grande Park
Comments:The American Cancer Society Bark For LifeTM is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society's fight against cancer.Albuquerque 2012 Bark for LifeSaturday August 18, 2012, El Oso Grande Park (Morris & Osuna)Registration and Activities 6-8 PMOpening Ceremonies begin at 6:15 PM
2 Million Dog Puppy Up New Mexico Walk for Canine Cancer Awareness
September 25, 2011
11 am until 4 pm
Rotary Park, 370 Rotary Park Rd, Bernalillo, NM
Bernalillo, NM 87004
Comments:2MillionDogs.org Puppy Up New Mexico! will hold its first ever Walk for Canine Cancer Awareness and Research on Sunday, September 25, at Rotary Park in Bernalillo. The event begins with registration and activities at 11 am and continues until 4pm. The group walk around the perimeter of the park starts at noon. Other activities include live music, guest speakers, demonstrations, vendors, adoptable pets, games, and a Memory Wall.The funds raised from this event will be used to fund canine cancer and comparative oncology research. Research has shown us that dogs and humans get the same types of cancers. If we study already existing cancers in our canine companions, we can help develop not only better treatments for them, but also better treatments for humans as well. To pre-register for the Walk, sign up at: www.2MillionDogs.org The cost online is $20.00. Or register the day of the event, $25.00, at the park. Every participant receives a gift bag, a Puppy Up! bracelet and a bandana.Other Events are free. For more information contact, Sue Smith at 505-232-7996.Join us for a family-friendly, pet-friendly, celebration of hope and the love of dogs. A cancer-free world starts with one dog, one mile at a time.
CLAIRVUE Pet Reiki Clinic
|Corrales (Albuquerque area)
November 18, 2006
12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
4678 Corrales Rd, Corrales, NM
Corrales (Albuquerque area), NM 87048
Comments:EVERY SATURDAY, CLAIRVUE Psychic Readings and Reiki (Animal Communicators) offers a Pet Reiki Clinic to help your pet feel better, reduce pain, enhance his/her immune system with Reiki, a Japanese method of hands-on energy healing. Reiki is all natural, painless, and energizing. Reiki helps people and animals. For large animals, we can come to you.
Please call (505) 898-7832.
NEEDLE FELT A DOG CLASS
July 25, 2009
10- 4 p.m.
Santa Fe, NM
Comments:Learn to needle felt a dog using wool and a special barbed needle to create a dog sculpture around 7" long. This is a fast and easy craft for all ages. Ages 13 through adult. Cost $95.00 plus tax and small material fee.
Raining Cats and Dogs
April 27, 2013
35 Academy Dr
Westampton, NM 08060
Comments:Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter (FOBCAS) is starting 2013 out with our event Ā?ItĀ?s raining cats and dogsĀ?. It is our pleasure to introduce our Pet Fest, April 27th, 2013 at The Burlington County Animal Shelter, 35 Academy Dr. Westampton NJ, 08060.The event will be 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. and is going to be unforgettable. Rain Date: May 4th. We hope you will be able to attend and enjoy the fun with us.We also need your help with our raffle prizes and sponsorship for the event. $50 buys you a spot at our event. We are hoping you can find it in your heart to help us make this event as grand as possible. It is the time of the year when the weather is breaking and our furry friends need our help more than ever. With your help we will be able to help feed and shelter our friends along with defraying the cost of vet bills for our furry friends. 100% of the proceeds from this event, just as all others, go to the animals of Burlington County.All donations and sponsorship should be mailed to Lisa Cliver, 35 Academy Dr. Westampton NJ, 08060. I would also be more than happy to pick up donations or sponsorships in person, just give me a call at 609-265-5073. The deadline for sponsorships is Sunday, April 21, 2013. We want to thank you in advance for your support and compassion for the animals. Without your support and compassion our mission would not be possible.Sincerely,Lisa Cliver
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