- Category: Events
- Published: Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:46
2014 Surf Dog
2014 Surf Dog
Save the date for these upcoming Fall events.
The famous Chicago bulldog Manny the Frenchie came to San Diego and a party was thrown in his honor. French bulldogs from all over San Diego gathered to have some fun, mingle and sniff each other. On a warm afternoon in downtown fun games, treats and cool business such as Pet Box joined in the fun.
San Diego Humane Society celebrated four-legged Superheroes at their annual Walk for Animals at NTC Liberty Station. Together, walkers and their supporters raised over $450,000 for the animals and programs of the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA, making this the biggest and best Walk for Animals to date.
National Mutt's Day
On July 31 love and celebrate the mutt dog in your life! Adopt a mutt from your local shelter or rescue organization. Have a National Mutt Day party and invite all your furry four-legged friends and their parents! Whichever you choose make sure you shower you mutt with love.
Every 65 minutes a veteran commits suicide; most of them suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).The K9s For Warriors Program/Rescue saves dogs from being euthanized and trains them to be service dogs for veterans with PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury. a pet’s life magazine was proud to be a media partner and help support The Bark Business Breakfast along with celebrated pet author Wendy Diamond to benefit K9 for Warriors.
Two great events took place this summer, Hounds for Hope sponsored by Furlocity and Doggie Street Festival. Hounds of Hope was a fun-filled event helping raise funds for canine cancer awareness & wellness while Doggie Street Festival, California's largest pet adoption focused on helping place dogs and cats in loving homes.
Bunnyfest was held at Balboa Park featuring an open-air fair with veterinary information booths, grooming services, bunny-themed apparel and more. Proceeds benefited rescue, education, spay/neuter and adoption of abandoned domestic rabbits through San Diego House Rabbit Society and local shelters.