Thursday, April 12, 2018

Paws in the Park 2018

Save a Dog in Sudbury is once again sponsoring one of our favorite yearly events, Paws in the Park at the historic Wayside Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts on Sunday May 6 from 10-3. Come join other walkers for a one mile walk around the beautiful area and then you can enjoy what we do, shop. There are always wonderful vendors and we love getting treats. It is a family friendly event so bring the kids along with us fur babies. Admission is $10 for adults. $5 for children, and free for kids under 5. More information available here.

Many local shelters and rescues also have booths at the event so come and learn more about the local rescue movement in the area. If your interested in adoption or volunteering, this is a great place to start meeting people involved in the local rescue community.

This was Bailey and I several years ago resting at the Grist Mill.

This was Annie last year. For some reason Mom and Dad can never understand we don't like drinking water out of any bowls but our own at home, despite how warm we are or how thirsty we might be we rarely drink away from home.

Dog Dad took Annie through the agility course they had. She did really well, but Mom had trouble getting pictures as it moved pretty quickly.

I know many of you who visit our aren't local, but I encourage all of us to share pet friendly events as it may encourage other areas to try someting new.


  1. That is a super cool event. Hey, I would smooch a pooch, I like doggies!

  2. Oops, forgot to say thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

  3. Mom and I are signed up for Run with the Big Dogs on the 21st - a fundraiser for our local shelter. The following weekend we may participate in an agility demo at the 2nd annual Pet Expo at our fairgrounds!
    Hazel too

  4. Mommy would definitely cheat on us and do the smooch a pooch booth.

  5. This looks like a wonderful event!
    Jakey, Arty & Rosy

  6. I know you look forward to this every year, hoping it is a huge success!!

  7. That looks like a lot of fun! I'd love the agility course ... and the kissing booth!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher


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