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All Breeds Welcome Dog Carnival
August 27, 2006
10:30am to 2:30pm
Comments:Raindate September 3, 2006
Greyhound Pets of Atlantic Canada is hosting its 1st annual everyone welcome Dog Carnival. Activities include, carnival style dog games, contests, raffle, Carnival Pageant, Canine Idol, vendors, photographer, BBQ, kids carnival, animal communicator, hundreds of prizes and much, much more. So bring your family, friends and neighbours for a day that promises to be a day full of fun!!
Some events require pre registration. Visit our carnival website at www.gpac.ca for more information and directions to the park.
July 26, 2008
12:00 - 4:00 PM
Dartmouth, NS B2X1Z3
Comments:Pug Pals of HRM & Nova Scotia Pugs are hosting Pugapalooza on July 26th, in support of the Metro SPCA.
Our goal is to raise enough money to purchase 6 Kuranda Dog Beds along with other items on their wishlist. So bring your favourite four-legged friend and join us for BBQ, games, prizes, raffles and much more for our BEACH PARTY!!
We will be having a Best Dressed Beach Babe Contest. So dress-up those pugs and be creative!
2nd Annual Ceilidh for Critters
October 22, 2005
Lord Nelson Ballrooms
Comments:Ceilidh for Critters is an Independent Fundraising Event to benefit homeless dogs and cats in the Halifax Regional Municipality. All proceeds will be donated to the Bide Awhile Animal Shelter and the Animal Rescue Coalition once again in 2005.
3rd Annual Ceilidh for Critters
October 22, 2006
The Westin Nova Scotian Halifax
Comments:Ceilidh for Critters is an Independent Fundraising Event to benefit orphaned pets in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
All proceeds will once again be donated to the Bide Awhile Animal Shelter and the Animal Rescue Coalition.
Sponsored by: Best Friends Pet Supplies in Clayton Park and Tantallon.
Ceilidh for Critters is an evening of top-notch Nova Scotian talent featuring Dave Carmichael, Steven Bowers, Ardyth and Jennifer, and Fuego Flamenco. Lisa Blackburn will be returning as our Emcee and Auction City are coming back to host our live auction. Of course the evening would not be complete without an appearance from our favorite performing canines from the Lietash Demo Dog who are joining us for the 3rd year in a row and always steal the show?
Come on out and party your tail off!
August 5, 2006
4pm to 9pm
1725 Hammonds Plains Rd
Hammonds Plains, NS B4B 1P5
Comments:Hi,we are still not sure on our date as yet but we will be hosting a Yappy Hour for People and the dogs at our facility (see www.pamperedpawsinn.com) We also hold Brunches for charities and we make our own doggie Ice Cream on site all year, as well, we are a B&B specializing for people who travel with their pets. If you need further info please contact myself.
Dogs Gone Wild Weekend!
June 5, 2009
Liscomb, Nova Scotia
Comments:A weekend for dogs and their people!All inclusive - cottage, all meals and a variety of fun activities for canines and people! Sessions on canine first aid, nutrition, agilty etc. Guided nature hikes each morning and fun spending time with other dog minded people! Liscombe Lodge wants everyone to know they welcome dogs and they are hositng their 2nd Annual Dogs Gone Wild Weekend to prove it!Call to day to book for this fun filled weekend being held June 5-7, 2009!1-800-665-6343
Westie Rescue of Canada
September 14, 2008
11:00am to 2:00pm
First Lake Park - Lower Sackville
Sackville, NS, NS
Comments:Every year we rush around at the last minute to organize our Westie Walk, and then call, e-mail or write every Westie owner we can think of who might not already be busy that Sunday.Well, now it's time for a change. We have help, the date, we know the location, so why not plan ahead! Tell all your Westie loving friends to mark the date on their 2008 calendars and plan to have a fun filled day in support of those Westies who need our help.You may not want to rush out with Sponsor sheets right now, but then again, you may want to do just that!There are many ways to start fundraising - how about those recycle items you return all year long? The $5 or $10 you get for returning those cans can go into a jar for Westie Rescue and you'll be amazed at how quickly they add up throughout the year.How about adding a corner to your yard sale table - perhaps cookies or some other item made just to support Westie Rescue? Do you find change in your laundry? "Found" money in pockets (before going to the laundry) is another way to add to the jar.Can you think of any other idea that we can all do to save our pennies or other loose change during the next 12 months, to make our next event the best yet? Share your ideas and let's make 2008 the Best and most successful NS Westie Walk ever!
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