Dog Days of Glendale
Saturday, April 9
The 9th Annual Dog Days of Glendale will be held Sat., April 6, 2019 from 8 a.m. to noon. The event will transform downtown Glendale’s Murphy Park into a playground for dogs and their people. Pet owners and their furry friends will enjoy more than 50 pet related exhibitors. The event’s Top Dog sponsor is Midwestern University’s Companion Animal Clinic.
The Dog Days of Glendale event includes a donation drive for pet food and supplies to benefit the Animals & Humans in Disaster-Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry. Visit www.emptybowlpetfoodpantry.org for a wish list of items needed.
Admission and parking are free. The event is coordinated by Ropin’ the West, Papa Ed’s Ice Cream and Out of the Blue AZ. To contact the event coordinators, please send an email to email@example.com or call 480-266-0091. For the latest information, follow the event at www.facebook.com/DogDaysofGlendale, Instagram.com/dogdaysofglendale and Twitter @DogDaysGlendale.
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