Celebrate the Howwwl-O-Days at La Palma Dog Park Dec. 12th

A fun new family event is planned for Anaheim’s La Palma Dog Park, where families with four-footed members can participate and enjoy the spirit of the season.

Howwwl-O-Days will be held on Saturday, Dec. 12, from 10 a.m. to noon with activities for the entire family.

Dog activities will include:

  • Ugly Christmas sweater contest
  • Doggie paw print ornament
  • Photo booth
  • Doggie treats, games and refreshments
Pet parents can:
  • Take pictures
  • Take videos
  • Take some more pictures!

La Palma Dog Park is at 1161 N. Anaheim Blvd. Space is limited and pre-registration is recommended.

Registration for each dog is $10, and accessible online at Anaheim.net/ezrecconnect or by calling Anaheim Community Services at (714) 765-5191. Each registration fee is good for one dog and up to two owners.

For more information on the City of Anaheim, please visit Anaheim.net.

This article was released by the City of Anaheim.

New Dog Park Opening on Nov. 24th in Lake Forest

If you live near the Lake Forest area, and are home next Tuesday, check out the grand opening of a brand new dog park in the Baker Ranch Area.  Click on the photos for directions and more info.

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Pug Holiday Portraits

Have a pug, want some awesome pictures, and want to help a great organization all at the same time this holiday season? Check it out!

Dogma

Free Pet Adoptions for Veterans This Weekend at the OC Animal Care Center – Nov. 14th & 15th

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In honor of Veteran’s Day, Animals for Armed Forces is sponsoring a two day adoption event this weekend at 16 different locations in California.  The OC Animal Care Center in Orange is the only Orange County shelter that will be participating in this event, so if you are an active member of the military, or a Veteran, show your I.D. when you go down there and they will wave all adoption fees.  Please help spread the word to anyone you know that would be able to take advantage of this and help clear out the shelter :).

For more details and a full list of the shelters participating in this event, CLICK HERE

Family Dogs of Laguna Beach Residents Reunited After 4 Year in the Most Unlikely Way

Check out this awesome story from Independent Journal about a local Laguna Beach Family who was reunited with their dog 4 years after they had to leave them with another family.  If this isn’t enough proof you should always get your pets microchipped, I don’t know what is.

FOR ORIGINAL ARTICLE CLICK HERE

If you don’t have your pet microchipped yet, there’s a low cost microchipping event this Thursday, November 5th at the OC Animal Care Center in OrangeCLICK HERE for more info.

On September 23, 2015, Dawn Knepper woke up from a nightmare. She had a bad dream that her dog, Cleo, was in trouble. The reality was that she couldn’t check on him personally since her family was forced to leave Cleo and his litter-mate, Samson, back in Texas four years ago.

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6th Annual Fall Pet Days at the OC Fairgrounds – Nov 7th and 8th

NEW – Local Business Spotlight – Featuring Joni from Animal Amour

Local Business Spotlight 

Hey everyone, I’ve decided to start a new category of posts for this blog.  After being heavily active in the dog community around Orange County, I’ve been meeting some great local business owners with a passion for animals and a determination to make sure any animal they come in contact with lead happy and healthy lives.  I think these types of business’s need to get more attention, which is the main reason I’ve decided to start the “Local Business Spotlight” section of the blog. In each post, I will be interviewing a new business owner/Entrepreneur that works out of Orange County, in order to get you a little more aquatinted with all of the people and animal related services that make Orange County such a great place to live, not only for us humans, but our 4-legged friends as well.

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