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Aloha
5th Annual Dog Day Afternoon
August 5, 2007
10 AM to 4PM
Hazeldale Off Leash Park,
Aloha, OR 97006
Phone:
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Comments:A benefit to help pay the yearly Lease of $200.00 per month for the off Leash Park.
Blessing of the Animals, K-9 police dogs, Earthdog Demos, Agility, Flyball,
Canine Good Citizenship Testing, Doggie Contests, Raffle, Vendors and more.
For information, to be a vendor or to donate a prize for our raffle contact us at hazeldaledogpark@yahoo.com



Ashland
ASH*MINSTER
October 6, 2013
12PM TO 4PM
1600 E Nevada Street (Grizzly Peak Winery)
Ashland, OR 97520
Phone:5414889306
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Comments:This event is to raise funds for Ashland Supportive Housing and Community Outreach (ASH Inc). ASH Inc. supports adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in living rich fulfilling and productive lives with dignity and respect. www.ashlandash.orgDogs are great companions and service animals. Currently none of the people we support have dogs living in their homes but we do have a few dog friends that spend time with the people we support. Doggie registration $10 per classes (Trick, Costume, Small, Medium and Large)Suggested donation of $5 for people. Ribbons will be awarded in each classTrophy for Best in Show Special Guest Judge, Channel 10 News Anchor, Trish Glose Music and entertainmentFood by Fresco and Wine by Grizzly Peak available for purchase




Aurora
DoveLewis Golf Tournament
July 13, 2009
7:00AM
Langdon Farms Golf Club - 24377 NE Airport Road
Aurora, OR 97202
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Comments:Grab your clubs and bring your pals to the 9th annual DoveLewis Golf Tournament! It's not your average four-person scramble. On almost every hole you'll find yourself competing in unique contests. Then we treat you to lunch, awards and fabulous prizes. All proceeds benefit DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital. 7:00AM Registration - 8:00AM Shotgun startIndividual Player $150Foursome $500http://dovelewis.org/events/Golf.aspx



Aurora
DoveLewis Golf Tournament
July 22, 2011
7:45a
Langdon Farms - 24377 NE Airport Road
Aurora, OR
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Comments:The 11th Annual DoveLewis Golf Tournament isnt your average fourperson scramble. With unique contests, great raffle prizes, breakfast and lunch, how can you go wrong! Play a round of golf and simultaneously give to a good causeits a winwin!Registration Fee: $150 for individual player and $500 for a team of four.



Beaverton
Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals - Rescue Dog Adoptions
June 14, 2008
Every Saturday, Noon - 4PM
Petco at Tanasbourne, 18200 NW Evergreen Parkway
Beaverton, OR
Phone:503.747.7818
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Comments:Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (OFOSA) is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the living conditions and adoptability of shelter animals. We hold dog adoptions at the Petco in Tanasbourne every Saturday from Noon - 4PM. Please join us for and meet a companion animal to take home or bring your current companion to meet a friend to take home!
Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (OFOSA) is an all volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All of your donations go directly to animal needs.



Beaverton
POOCHES ON THE GREEN -A St. Paw-trick's Day Celebration for Dogs and Their Friends-
March 21, 2009
10 am to 2 pm

Beaverton, OR
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Comments:POOCHES ON THE GREEN A St. Paw-trick?s Day Celebration for Dogs and Their Friends Furry, short-haired, small or large, bring your dog to Beaverton?s first-ever Pooches on the Green event, a St. Paw-trick?s day celebration for dogs and their friends. When: Saturday, March 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Where: Beaverton?s City Park, 5th St. at Hall Blvd. (across from the Beaverton City Library)Who: You and your dog!What?s happening??Wearin? o? the Green parade and costume contest for dogs (and their owners!)?A K-9 demonstration by the Beaverton Police Department?Green energy info from Green Mountain Energy?Demonstration and dance-a-long with Murray School of Irish Dance?Bagpipe performance by Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Pipes and Drums?Dog ear art project for kids with the Beaverton Arts Commission ?Silly pet tricks, best kisser and pet look-a-like contests ??Ask a Vet? with Murray Hill Vet??Read with the Dogs? from the Beaverton City Library and Dove Lewis?Crisis planning for pets from the Beaverton Emergency Management program?Visits with service dogs from the Delta Society?AKC Good Citizen TrainingRegistration is open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Contest winners will be announced at 1:30 p.m. (Check back soon for a registration form!) The first 100 dogs registered will receive goody bags with treats courtesy of Nature?s Pet.When is it happening?10 a.m. Mayor Doyle welcome, Tualatin Valley Pipes and Drums perform10:30 a.m. Beaverton Police Department K-9 Demonstration11 a.m. Agility Course Demonstration11:30 a.m. Murray School of Irish Dance DemonstrationNoon Dog and Owner Dance-a-Long with Murray School of Irish Dance12:30 p.m. Silly Pet Tricks and Best Kiss Contests1 p.m. Wearin? o? the Green dog parade and costume contest1:30 p.m. Contest winners announcedThank you to John Oliver of KUIK Radio for serving as the event emcee!Pooches on the Green is presented by the City of Beaverton and sponsored by KUIK Radio (1360 AM), Green Mountain Energy, Natur



Beaverton
Portland Woof Walk Fun Run
October 15, 2011
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Beaverton, OR 97008
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Comments:Walking with your dog is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways for families to get off that couch and get moving! So bring your furry friend and join us for a free community dog walk and a morning full of family and pet friendly activities, sponsored by THE POWER OF PETS? by Mars Petcare!





Beaverton
Portland Woof Walk Fun Run and Community Dog Walk
October 15, 2011
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
SW Greenway & SW Parkview Loop
Beaverton, OR 97008
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Comments:Walking with your dog is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways for families to get off that couch and get moving! So bring your furry friend and join us for a free community dog walk and a morning full of family and pet friendly activities, sponsored by THE POWER OF PETS? by Mars Petcare!



Additional Activities:

- Free pet wellness checks by veterinarians from Banfield? Pet Hospital

- Arts and Crafts and face painting

- Music and dance party

- Healthy snacks for pets and people



Register at: http://portlandwoofwalkfunrun.eventbrite.com



For more information about THE POWER OF PETS? program: Like us on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/powerofpets




Bend
Ruff Wear Demo Gear Sale
June 20, 2009
11:00am - 2:00pm
2754 NW Crossing Drive
Bend, OR 97701
Phone:888-783-3932
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Comments:Buy new and used Ruff Wear gear for your dog for cheap. Please bring your well-behaved dog for sizing and fitting.


Bend
Ruff Wear Demo Gear Sale
February 13, 2010
2:00 - 4:00
561 NW York Dr.
Bend, OR 97702
Phone:888-783-3932
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Comments:Title: Ruff Wear Demo (Sample) Sale Date: 02/13/2010 Time: 2:00 ? 4:00pm Venue: Ruff Wear World Headquarters, 561 NW York, Bend, ORDescription:Ruff Wear Demo and Used Gear Sale ? Get your Ruff Wear gear for up to 70% off. We will be selling used, sample and returned gear at major discount. Proceeds to benefit COTA (Central Oregon Trail Alliance).CASH ONLY, NO WARRANTIES, ALL SALES ARE FINAL.Don't forget to bring your dog to help with sizing and fit.



COQUILLE
DOG PARK GRAND OPENING DURING GAY 90'S CELEBRATION
June 6, 2009
1:30
5TH STREET PARK
COQUILLE, OR 97423
Phone:541-396-3132
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Comments:GRAND OPENING...........DOG COSTUME CONTEST!




Gresham
AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Day
September 17, 2006
11am-4pm
335 NE 8th Street
Gresham, OR 97030
Phone:503-669-8081
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Comments:CGC Test $10.00. Rally Demo and Fun Run for a small donation to benefit local animal charities, Dove Lewis Blood Donor Typing, Vendors, MCAS Licensing, OHS with Adoptable dogs, Raffle, Kids face painting and coloring contest, contests for your dog and much more!!




Happy Valley
The WEB Foundation & The Aerie at Eagle Landing's Derby for DoveLewis
May 5, 2006
6:00pm
10220 SE Causey
Happy Valley, OR 97086
Phone:503.816.3969
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Comments:The WEB Foundation, Oregon's newest charitable organization, and The Aerie at Eagle Landing are hosting "The Derby for DoveLewis" - a Kentucky Derby cocktail party and silent auction benefiting DoveLewis, Portland's 24 hour a day, 365 day a year, non-profit ICU and Emergency animal hospital, May 5th, 2007 6:00PM. Tickets are $75 (includes food, beer and wine)
Purchase tickets online at www.webfoundationpdx.com




Hillsboro
Streets of Tanasbourne Doggy Costume Contest
October 31, 2009
11 am- 1pm

Hillsboro, OR
Phone:503-533-8015
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Comments:The Streets of Tanasbourne will host a Doggy Costume Contest on Saturday, October 31st from 11am to 1pm. A photographer will be on-site to take pictures of owner with their pets dressed in costume. The photos will be free, but will have a suggested donation. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital. The first 50 dogs in attendance will receive a free dog toy. Prizes will be given away for the best dressed dogs including: $400 weekend at the coast, $300 camera from NW Sony Only and $100 Big Al?s gift certificate. The Halloween themed event will also have a face painter for the kids. The Streets of Tanasbourne is located just off of NW Cornell Road and Stucki Avenue in Hillsboro.The Streets of Tanasbourne is a 400,000 sq. ft. lifestyle shopping center with a variety of shopping and dining options. Located in the heart of Oregon?s Sunset corridor and anchored by Macy?s department store and REI, The Streets of Tanasbourne has a strong mix of well-known national, regional and local stores, all set in a unique and peaceful outdoor setting.




Hubbard
Wine & Wags
June 25, 2011
10am - 6pm
10506 Broadacres Road NE
Hubbard, OR 97032
Phone:503-982-2380
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Comments:Get ready for a beautiful summer Saturday filled with wine tasting, garden seminars, and of course, the main event Dog adoptions! Garden World will be hosting dog shelters, wineries, pet artists, and vendors, along with landscape designers and horticulturalists specializing in pet friendly landscapes! Were looking forward to an exciting day, packed with informative seminars, displays, and fun! Best of all, the event is free for everyone, and pets are welcome. Hope to see you there!




Lincoln City
Mutt Masters Dog Show & Olympics
June 29, 2013
12 noon
1545 SE 50th St. The Old Taft Elementary School
Lincoln City, OR 97365
Phone:541-265-0718
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Comments:Mutt Masters2013 Event information!On Saturday June 29th, the annual Mutt Masters Dog Show and Olympics will be held in Lincoln City, Oregon. Registration begins at 11am with the contests and shows beginning at Noon. Registration fee is $3 per dog, per category ? or $25 per dog for unlimited entries.For humans there will be human food booths and booths with pet-related information, gifts and goodies. Bring the whole family, even if you leave the mutt at home. Spectator suggested donation is $5 per person, kids 12 and under get in for free. A bag of dry pet food will also get spectators in for free. All dry food will be donated to the Lincoln County Animal Shelter. Other donations will also be accepted inside the event.All proceeds will go to support the Lincoln County Animal Shelter




Manzanita
Muttzanita Festival
August 14, 2010
10am
144 Laneda Ave
Manzanita, OR 97130
Phone:503-368-3436
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Comments:Muttzanita Festival is the second annual event to raise money for United Paws, a local spay neuter volunteer organization.




Milton-Freewater
Pooch Pool Party
September 9, 2007
Noon to 4:00 pm
Milton-Freewater Aquatic Center
Milton-Freewater, OR 99362
Phone:509-529-1321
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Comments:Dogs of all sizes are invited to their very own swim day to support the future Walla Walla Dog Park and S.W.A.T. (save wonderful animals team) Rescue group. This is beach slope pool so even non-swimmers can get their paws wet. All dogs must be current on vaccinations. Dog house filled with goodies goes to a lucky winner! Adoptable dogs will be available. PETS (cat rescue) will also have informational booth.




Milwaukie
March for Mutts Expo 2010
March 6, 2010
9AM to Noon
5440 SE Kellogg Creek Dr.
Milwaukie, OR 97222
Phone:503-654-3030
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Comments:Low cost Rabies Vaccinations and Chipping.Agility course,K-9, Flyball and Dog trick demosDog costume and cutest puppy contest with prizes.Free Continental Breakfast



Moreland Hills
Canine Fun Days
August 19, 2006
10:30am-5:00pm
Cleveland Metroparks Polo Field
Moreland Hills, OR 44023
Phone:440-543-6256
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Comments:You've seen them on Inside Edition, Martha Stewart, American Idol, Montel, & Oprah! Now see Tyson, the skateboarding bulldog and Faith, the only two-legged dog known to walk upright, at the 13th annual Canine Fun Days In addition to seeing TYSON AND FAITH, there will be lots of fun things to do and see! Great Demonstrations -- search & rescue, sheep/duck herding, drug detection and more! A "FUN" dog show -- your dog can star in tail waggin contest, prettiest eyes, best buns, kissing contest, dunking for dogs, baldest butt, and more! Open to all breeds -- lure coursing, agility course, the maze, the "fun run", basset hound races, all breed races, and more! This is a weekend event! Rain or shine -- Saturday, August 19 hours 10:30am-5:00pm; Sunday, August 20 hours 10:00am-5:00pm (blessing of the animals @10:30am). Join us! All breeds welcome!




Newberg
Rat Terrier Rally
June 4, 2010
evening
Champoeg Park in the RV loop
Newberg, OR 97223
Phone:503 524-3261
Map
Comments:Have fun with your Rat Terrier! Ratbone Rescues is hosting a fun filled weekend for Rat Terrier adopters, enthusiasts and anyone who has a rattie. Event starts with a get together Fri night and continues with games, silly contests and a Bar B Que and pot luck supper on Saturday. Best Care Animal Clinis will hold a seminar on dog first aid. Bring a raffle prize and join us. Rat Terriers can bring buddies. See our website at www.ratbonerescues.com for more information.



Newberg
Ratbone Rescues Reunion and Rat Terrier Rally
June 4, 2010
5 pm on Friday the 4th, morning of the 5th through Sunday the 6th
Champoeg Park in the RV Loop
Newberg, OR 97223
Phone:503 524-3261
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Comments:Ratbone Rescues, a national Rat Terrier rescue organization, is hosting a fun filled event for Rat Terrier lovers. Join us on Friday evening for a Get Acquainted. Saturday the games and contests beging. There will be prizes for the best trick, the loudest howler, the fastest rattie. The Bar BQ will be around noon followed by a Dog First Aid presntation by Best Care Animal Hospital. Then rattie races followed by a potluck supper. Bring a raffle prize for a great raffle that benefits rescue.



Newport
Central Coast Humane Society Labor Day Dog Wash
September 4, 2005
Noon to 4:00 PM
Rogue Brewery on the Bay
Newport, OR 97365
Phone:541-265-3719
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Comments:Volunteers from the Central Coast Humane Society and the Rogue Brewery in Newport will hold their third dog wash of the year as a fundraiser for projects to benefit homeless pets in Lincoln County.

The dog wash will be held at the Rogue Brewery on the Bay from noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 4. Everyone with a dirty dog is invited to the wash day.

The Central Coast Humane Society, works closely with the Lincoln County Animal Shelter, and has programs to increase adoptions, promote spay/neuter programs, provide pet food assistance, make speakers available on humane education, and provide feral cat assistance.



Newport
Brewer's Memorial Ale Fest
May 16, 2008
Fri - 4pm ot 10pm Sat 12pm - 10pm
2320 OSU Drive SE
Newport, OR 97365
Phone:541-867-3660
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Comments:This is the only Dog Friendly Brew festival that we know of. "Brewer" was our brewmasters black lab. we honor him by holding this event raise money for various Oregon Canine Charities ie: Humane Soc, Therapy Dog Clubs, etc. This is our second year and we hope to double our contributions this year. Please check out our website.
Thank You,



Oregon City
FIDO Frolic
June 9, 2012
11:00 - 3:00
Clackamette Park 1955 Clackamette Drive
Oregon City, OR
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Comments:Come out and join the fun at the FIDO Frolic, a fund raiser and dog food drive to help support FIDO.Saturday June 9Clackamette Park1955 Clackamette Drive Oregon City, Oregon 97045 An All Breed Dog WalkVendorsCostume Contest (with GREAT Prizes)Rabies and Microchip ClinicDog GamesKid GamesLots of fun for the whole family.Bring a bag of dog or cat food to donate to FIDO.




Oregon City
Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Oregon Annual Picnic
September 24, 2005
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Clackamette Park
Oregon City, OR
Phone:971-570-2552
Map
Comments:This event is for members and non-members interested in the club. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on leash, in ex-pens and must be cleaned up after. A raffle will be held, along with door prizes. Bring a pot luck item and raffle item and be ready for fun. We will be having a Berner Fashion Show and a Berner Talent Show this year. See our website for more information about the club. www.bmdco.org



Oregon City
Xoloitzcuintle Club USA - National Specialty
July 25, 2008
8 am to 8 pm
Clackamette Park
Oregon City, OR
Phone:
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Comments:All dogs must be leashed while in Park.
Clean after your dog is mandatory.
Bring a chair for you & water for your dog.



Oregon City
Dog Appreciation Day
September 11, 2010
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
19701 Highway 213, Oregon City
Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone:
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Comments:When: Saturday September 11, 2010 11:00am - 3:00 pmWhere: Haggen Food and Pharmacy, 19701 Highway 213, Oregon CitySeptember 11, 2010 is Dog Appreciation Day at Oregon City Haggen Food & Pharmacy. Haggen Food and Pharmacy has teamed up with Friends Involved in Dog Outreach (F.I.D.O) and FidosCityGuide for a day of doggie fun and adventure.The event will feature a Pet Food Drive for AniMeals and the Dog Food Bank,? doggie contests with great prizes, Low Cost Rabies Vaccinations and Microchipping, and fun games for kids and dogs.? Visit with trainers, groomers, pet psychics, and don't forget to let your dog try out the yummy treats.??Come meet adoptable animals, get your dog washed at the F.I.D.O dog wash, and find out how the Clackamas County Fire Department could save your dogs life with pet resuscitation.?Show your dog how much you appreciate them with a day out at this super fun dog event.?



PORTLAND
POOCH in the Pub
November 29, 2007
5 pm - 8 pm
7675 SW Capitol Highway
PORTLAND, OR
Phone:503-697-0623
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Comments:Project POOCH will hold its first ever "POOCH in the Pub" silent auction fundraiser on Thursday, November 29, 2007 from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. at the Lucky Labrador Public House at 7675 SW Capitol Highway in Portland , Oregon . Cover charge is $20 and includes pizza, salad and 10 raffle tickets. All proceeds from this event will support Project POOCH, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for youth in corrections to develop the personal and vocational skills needed to become productive community members while also saving the lives of unwanted shelter dogs.

For almost 15 years, Project POOCH has successfully paired hundreds of dogs and troubled youth. Many of the POOCH dogs that come to our program have been abused or neglected. With patience and understanding, the youth teach the dogs to trust again. As the trainers manage their dogs, they learn to manage their own behavior. They also develop good work habits, acquire valuable occupational skills and learn to work as a team. Every POOCH dog completes the AKC Canine Good Citizenship certificate and is then placed for adoption into a loving, forever home. POOCH is a big win-win for the dogs, the youth, the families who adopt a POOCH dog and the communities who accept these young men once they leave corrections.




Portand
Portland Pet Expo
October 6, 2012
10:00am-6:00pm
Portland Metropolitan Exposition
Portand, OR
Phone:
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Comments:BRING YOUR PET to the Portland Pet Expo and meet Shorty Rossi, star of "Pit Boss" on Animal Planet!This event takes place Saturday, October 6, 2012, from 10AM to 6PM, INDOORS at Portland Metropolitan Exposition with FREE admission!You¬?re welcome to BRING YOUR DOG or your bird or even your lizard ¬? just make sure that you have proof of current age-appropriate immunizations (if applicable) and that your canine companion is on a non-retractable lead.Check out a special appearance by SHORTY ROSSI (and his pit bull, Hercules), star of ¬?PIT BOSS¬? on Animal Planet, 100 + PET-FRIENDLY EXHIBITORS and RESCUE GROUPS, see live demonstrations in AGILITY, OBEDIENCE TRAINING, PET CARE & ACTIVISM, great giveaways and PRIZES, amazing DISCOUNTS on your favorite pet products, talent contest and COSTUME CONTEST, fabulous RETAILERS and much more FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! And if you¬?re looking to add a new pet to your family, a MEGA-ADOPTION event sponsored by Banfield Pet Hospitals will have more than 150 pets available for adoption.Plus we will be offering LOW-COST IMMUNIZATIONS and MICROCHIPPING for the furry friends that need them!If you¬?re a pet owner ¬? or want to be one ¬? you¬?ll find everything you need under one roof, so that you can PLAY, SHOP, LEARN OR ADOPT in AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT.For more information, visit us at PortlandPetExpo.com or join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PortlandPetExpo?ref=hl, shoot us an email at Expo@portlandpetexpo.com or give us a call at 800-977-3609. View our website for directions, parking information, vaccination pricing, exhibitor list, entertainment schedules and more.



Portland
Pets in The Pearl ? A Festival for Pets and the People that Love Them!
July 22, 2005
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Ecotrust Conference Center - 721 NW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
Phone:503.701.4087
Map
Comments:On Saturday, July 22, 2006, pets and the people that love them will high-tail it to the Ecotrust Conference Center in the heart of the Pearl District for the 1st Annual Pets in The Pearl, a benefit for the nonprofit, no-kill animal organizations, Animal Aid, Inc. and the Cat Adoption Team. Proceeds from Pets in The Pearl will help homeless, neglected and injured animals in our community. There will be fun festivities for the entire family, especially the furry members! Activities will include pet adoptions, vaccine and microchipping clinics, animal experts, pet merchandise gifts and services, games for people and pets, raffles, refreshments??and more!



Portland
1st Annual Dog Day Celebration
August 20, 2005
11:00 am - 3:00 p,

Portland, OR
Phone:503-629-6341
Map
Comments:Come celebrate "Man's Best Friend" at the Garden Home Recreation Center's first annual Dog Days Celebration. The event, scheduled for Saturday, August 20th, from 11am-3pm, features a variety of activities for your dog. Activities include: Obstacle/Agility Course, Dog Grooming, K-9 Demonstrations, Hot Dogs and Soda for humans, Dog Treats, Dog Look-A-like contest, Information booths and more! For more information contact the Garden Home Recreation Center,1


Portland
1st Annual Dog Day Celebration
August 20, 2005
11:00 am - 3:00 p,
Garden Home Rec Center - 7475 SW Oleson Rd
Portland, OR
Phone:503-629-6341
Map
Comments:Come celebrate "Man's Best Friend" at the Garden Home Recreation Center's first annual Dog Days Celebration. The event, scheduled for Saturday, August 20th, from 11am-3pm, features a variety of activities for your dog. Activities include: Obstacle/Agility Course, Dog Grooming, K-9 Demonstrations, Hot Dogs and Soda for humans, Dog Treats, Dog Look-A-like contest, Information booths and more! For more information contact the Garden Home Recreation Center at 503-629-6341


Portland
Barkin Oktoberfest
September 9, 2005
Fri 5pm Sat 12 noon Sun Noon
3131 SE 12th Ave 1 block s of Powell blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-236-6761
Map
Comments:Bark-toberfest
Poochy sausage eating contests & prizes
Dog Friendly Events and Activities
All Weekend
Fund raising events all weekend for Humane Society & Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals.
Oktoberfest
Traditional German Festival Foods
Fresh tortes, pastries and strudels from our own
Berliner Bakerie & of course coffees !
Lots of unique German Beers & Wines
All ages welcome ?
Bring the kids! Bring the Dogs!
Grape stomping competitions & prizes
Sausage eating competitions & prizes
Wine Tent & Beer tents
German wine
Specialty German Beers
Cultural music & entertainment
& more !



Portland
Cascade AIDS Project's AIDSWalk05, presented by Nike
September 25, 2005
8:30 AM -Noon
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Portland, OR 97204
Phone:(503) 223-WALK
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Comments:This 19th annual AIDSWalk, will bring together over 10,000 individuals, corporate teams and volunteers with the goal of raising $300,000 for HIV/AIDS services, public education and outreach to youth and adults most at risk for contracting HIV.

AIDSWalk showcases the Northwest community spirit as people from all walks of life come together in the fight against AIDS. In a festive family-friendly atmosphere, participants enjoy breakfast, entertainment, the Kid?s Corner, live music at the Square and on the 5K Walk route, a hip-hop warm-up and inspirational presentations.

AIDSWalk05 is a dog-friendly event; all well-behaved, leashed dogs with current shots are welcome. We will provide water bowls in Pioneer Courthouse Square and along the route, and offer fun giveaways for dogs, including organic treats from Magic Snacksģ.




Portland
Pets in The Pearl
July 22, 2006
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Ecotrust Conference Center
Portland, OR 97209
Phone:503-701-4087
Map
Comments:On Saturday, July 22, 2006, pets and the people that love them will high-tail it to the Ecotrust Conference Center in the heart of the Pearl District for the 1st Annual Pets in The Pearl, a benefit for the nonprofit, no-kill animal organizations, Animal Aid, Inc. and the Cat Adoption Team. Proceeds from Pets in The Pearl will help homeless, neglected and injured animals in our community. There will be fun festivities for the entire family, especially the furry members! Activities will include pet adoptions, vaccine and microchipping clinics, animal experts, pet merchandise gifts and services, games for people and pets, raffles, refreshments??and more!



Portland
Outdoor Dog Wash Fundraiser
July 23, 2006
11:00am - 4:00pm
Bethany Family Pet Clinic 4744 NW Bethany Blvd
Portland, OR 97209
Phone:503-626-7222
Map
Comments:Outdoor Dog Wash fundraiser benefiting Indigo Rescue.
Prices:
Up to 30lbs $10.00
30lbs to 70lbs $15.00
Over 70lbs $20.00
Nail Trims $5.00



Portland
Bow Wow Bash (formerly Dog Days of Summer)
August 12, 2006
10:00am - 2:00pm
7475 SW Oleson Rd
Portland, OR 97223
Phone:503-629-6341
Map
Comments:Bring your dog for a day of fun activities. There will be demonstrations, Information booths, Obstacle/agility course, Police K-9 Unit, Raffle/Silent Auction, Food and more.


Portland
Barkin Oktoberfest
September 8, 2006
5:00pm
3131 SE 12th
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-236-6761
Map
Comments:The Berlin Inn


German Restaurant, Bakery & Wine Stube


?Portland?s Freshest Taste of Germany Since 1992?
503) 236-6761 3131 SE 12th & Powell Blvd.
www.berlininn.com Portland, Oregon 97202


What stared 5 years ago as a small neighborhood Oktoberfest soon became a fund raising event for local shelters,


Because of our Pooch menu.


We soon found a majority of our customers pets had come from one shelter or another. We decided to work the fund raising into our Oktoberfest to create "Bark'Toberfest".


In the past years we have raised money for the Multnomah County Sheriffs K-9 program when they had gotten the new pups to work with.


Had Greyhounds adopted as well as pets from the the Oregon Humane Society. We Raised money for the Katrina animals and teams of workers who went there to rescue animals.


This year we are staying closer to home and working with organizations who are very local and who work and live with in our community.


If you need more info on the event or us please check the links provided, or give me a call.


Cheers Marty


503-236-6761


The Berlin Inn Restaurant, Bakery & Wine Stube




Portland
Friends of Trees' Fun Run for Restoration
October 8, 2006
8 a.m. registration if not pre-registered; 8:30 a.m. sign-in for those already registered
7100 Oaks Park Way
Portland, OR
Phone:503-282-8846 ext. 17
Map
Comments:Friends of Trees will host its first Fun Run for Restoration, a 5-mile run/3.5-mile walk, on Sun., Oct. 8, beginning at Oaks Amusement Park, 7100 Oaks Park Way. Registration is at 8:30 a.m., the run starts at 9 a.m., and the walk starts at 9:30 a.m. The Fun Run for Restoration is sponsored by the Nike Factory Store, 7UP Natural, Charlie 97.1 FM, 94/7 FM Alternative Portland, the Alliance for Community Trees, and H2O Blast. The Fun Run is a family and dog-friendly event.


Friends of Trees has provided a user-friendly online registration form at www.friendsoftrees.org. The cost is $25 for each adult, $18 for youth ages seven to 14, $50 per family, and free for kids under seven. Registration fees go up $5 after Oct. 2. Participants will receive free Fun Run T-shirts and Nike gymsacks filled with treats.


Fun Run participants are encouraged to bring their old athletic shoes for Nike's Reuse-A-Shoe program. Nike will contribute $2 per pair to Friends of Trees. Nike uses old athletic shoes to create surfaces for basketball and tennis courts, athletic fields and running tracks.


Friends of Trees inspires community stewardship of our urban forest by bringing people in the Portland-Vancouver area together to plant and care for city trees and urban natural areas. For more information about the Fun Run or Friends of Trees, visit www.friendsoftrees.org or call 503-282-8846 ext. 17.



Portland
Pets in The Pearl
July 28, 2007
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Ecotrust Conference Center
Portland, OR 97209
Phone:503.701.4087
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Comments:The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) and DoveLewis Emergency & ICU Animal Hospital invite you to participate in the 2nd annual Pets in The Pearl - a fundraising festival for pets and the people who love them!


The event is scheduled for Saturday, July 28th, 2007, from 10am to 3pm outdoors at the Ecotrust Conference Center near Jamison Square in the heart of Portland's Pearl District (map). Pets in The Pearl will include a community-wide fundraising challenge where animals are helping animals leading up to July 28th.


Enjoy a street fair and fun festivities for the entire family, especially the furry members! Activities will include a pet mall full of merchandise, gifts and services, live entertainment, refreshments, raffle prizes, pet adoptions, vaccine and microchip clinics, animal experts, and more!


How much money can your pet raise to help other animals?
Introducing the Pets in The Pearl Online Challenge!
Benefiting DoveLewis & Cat Adoption Team


How does it work?


* Visit PetsinThePearl.com
* Click the button to sign up your pet
* Create your pet's profile, upload a photo and start them off with an initial donation
* Email your pet's profile & request for donation to everyone you know - they can donate safely online immediately!
* Check your pet's progress throughout the campaign

The top cat and top dog who raises the most money in conjunction with this event wins a super prize, bragging rights and will be publicly announced at the Pets in The Pearl event, on Saturday, July 28th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.


This is a great way to give cats a chance to participate in an outdoor fundraiser which are typically geared for dogs!



Portland
Animal Aid's "Cute Critters in Costume" Photo Contest
October 20, 2007
10 am - 2 pm
Western Pet Supply
Portland, OR 97225
Phone:(503) 297-6644
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Comments:Do you have a critter who looks adorable in a Halloween costume? Get a photo of your pet and help homeless and abandoned animals by entering Animal Aid's "Cute Critters in Costume" Photo Contest.


All entrants receive a "trick or treat" bag. Plus, Western Pet is generously providing gift baskets to the winners in the favorite cat and the top dog photo categories.


A limited number of loaner costumes will be available "just in case."




Portland
APDT Anual Conference Media Demo
October 23, 2007
10:30 am

Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Behave Canine Solutions will be doing a dog training demo including Narcotics detection, Obedience, Agility and freestyle. There will also be a Flyball demo by A Dog Gone Good Place.


Portland
The Healing Power of Pets, an hour of discovery with Delta Society
November 8, 2007
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Rotate monthly between Providence and St. Vincent Medical Centers
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Delta Society, a non-profit organization was founded 30 years ago in Portland. We are dedicated to improving human health through service and therapy animals. We are now holding free, one-hour informational events on the 2nd Thursday of each month. These are a great opportunity to meet and learn how volutneers and their dogs are positively impacting patients in hospitals and nursing homes, helping at rist youth and children learning to read, as well as working side by side Physical Therapists working in rehab centers. Please join us - RSVP to joannt@deltasociety.org.



Portland
Oregon Dog Rescue Visits the Bark Market
July 12, 2008
11 - 3
460-B SW Miller Road
Portland, OR 97225
Phone:503 914 5944
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Comments:
Oregon Dog Rescue will have dogs for adoption
Karylee Photography - $10 sitting fee for 5X7 professional print
Behave Canine Solutions will be providing free training advice
Bark Market will provide lots of treats & free samples
Bring your dog and have some fun!



Portland
Pets in the Pearl
July 19, 2008
10:00am-3:00pm
Ecotrust Conference Center
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:DoveLewis is partnering with Cat Adoption Team to bring you the third annual Pets in The Pearl! Guests at Pets in The Pearl will enjoy an outdoor pet mall including live music, refreshments, raffle prizes, pet adoptions, vaccine and microchip clinics, animal experts, and more! Proceeds benefit the Stray & Wildlife Care Program.



Portland
Dove35 Birthday Party
August 10, 2008
4:00pm-8:00pm
Pioneer Square
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Come celebrate DoveLewis' birthday in Portland's living room. Be a part of our community-wide art project com¨memorating our birthday! Create your custom piece of art at the party to celebrate your family's human-animal bond.



Portland
Multnomah Days Dog Wash
August 16, 2008
10:00am-2:00pm
Lucky Lab Public House
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:The Multnomah Days Parade starts at 10:00AM
Dog Wash 10:30AM-2:00PM
Suggested donation of $5.00 per dog washed
It starts with a fun community parade and ends with a dog wash to benefit our blood bank! Even if you can't make it to the parade, we'll have dog washing teams on standby to scrub your dirty pooch.



Portland
Understanding Your Dog
September 8, 2008
6:00-7:30
DoveLewis NW Animal Hospital
Portland, OR 97209
Phone:503-228-7281
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Comments:Animals speak to us. We'll teach you how to understand what he or she is saying! Does a dog yawn really mean he's tired? What does it mean when he won't look you in the eye? Get the answers to these questions and more. Workshop led by Heather Toland, MAEE, CVT - DoveLewis Animal Assisted Therapy & Education Director. This is a free community event. Donations are welcome. Guests must be at least 12 years old to attend. Pets welcome in spirit only. Thank you for understanding. Parking: our parking lot is very small, and fills up quickly during weekends and evenings when our hospital is at its busiest. For that reason, we ask that you park either on the street or in the DeTemple Plumbing parking lot (after 6pm on weekdays) which is directly across Pettygrove Street from the DoveLewis parking lot entrance. We thank you in advance for leaving our parking lot open for DoveLewis emergency and ICU patients and clients. Click Dates below to RSVP online - FREEMonday, September 8, 2008DoveLewis Community Room1945 NW Pettygrove, Portland6:00PM - 7:30PM Space is limited.You must RSVP using our FREE registration in our online giftshop on DoveLewis' webpage. You will not be buying anything when you register; you are only reserving a space in this popular workshop.DoveLewis community workshops are FREE.Donations are welcome.



Portland
Westie Walk
September 13, 2008
9:00AM
DoveLewis NW Hospital
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Hundreds of "Westies" (West Highland Terriers) take their owners to Northwest Portland for a 1Ĺ mile walk and lots of attention. A break at the half-way point at Couch Park allows for snacks, water, and a time for mingling. (Dogs who are friends of Westies are also welcome.)


Portland
Pet Memorial Art
September 14, 2008
1:00-2:30pm
DoveLewis NW Animal Hospital
Portland, OR 97409
Phone:509-288-7281
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Comments:One of the best ways to navigate your grief when you lose a pet is memorializing them through art. Research shows that art and healing come from the same source. In fact, it is now known that when a person is creating art or is healing, this person will emit the same brain wave patterns. Art and healing is so powerful that hospitals are incorporating art into patient care.Here are some important facts about the healing elements of art.Participation in artistic activities can have measurable physiological results such as, reducing stress, improving the immune system, and easing pain Creating art gives a voice and language to unknown emotions, feelings and behaviors Tapping into our creative energy can help a person to feel more alive, to gain inner wisdom, and to stay more completely in the present moment When creating art, it uses the emotional and intuitive aspects of a person Our Pet Loss Support Director, art therapist and certified grief counselor Enid Traisman, MSW facilitates this series of memorial art workshops. Each month offers a new opportunity to create something unique and take it home with you! This is a free community event. Donations are welcome. Pets welcome in spirit only. Thank you for understanding.Parking: our parking lot is very small, and fills up quickly during weekends and evenings when our hospital is at its busiest. For that reason, we ask that you park either on the street or in the DeTemple Plumbing parking lot (after 6pm on weekdays) which is directly across Pettygrove Street from the DoveLewis parking lot entrance. We thank you in advance for leaving our parking lot open for DoveLewis emergency and ICU patients and clients.Second Sunday of Every MonthDoveLewis Community Room1945 NW Pettygrove, Portland1:00PM - 2:30PM Families Welcome3:00PM - 4:30PM Adults (Age 16 & over)Please bring photocopies of a variety of photos of your pet to incorporate into these memorial art projects.



Portland
DoveLewis Pet First Aid
September 23, 2008
6:30-8:30
DoveLewis NW Animal Hospital
Portland, OR 97409
Phone:503-228-7281
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Comments:DoveLewis Pet First AidLearn the basics of pet first aid so you'll always be prepared in an emergency. This workshop, taught by DoveLewis staff, is geared toward the general public. Veterinary medical professionals should refer to the continuing education page of this website. The pet first aid workshop is offered free of charge. Donations are welcome. Pets welcome in spirit only. Thank you for understanding. Parking: our parking lot is very small, and fills up quickly during weekends and evenings when our hospital is at its busiest. For that reason, we ask that you park either on the street or in the DeTemple Plumbing parking lot (after 6pm on weekdays) which is directly across Pettygrove Street from the DoveLewis parking lot entrance. We thank you in advance for leaving our parking lot open for DoveLewis emergency and ICU patients and clients. Below is a list of our upcoming FREE Pet First Aid classes.Space is limited so please register by clicking on the date you prefer; you won't be charged a thing. Tuesday, September 23, 2008 6:30PM - 8:30PM Tuesday, November 18, 2008 6:30PM - 8:30PM Space is limited.You must RSVP using our FREE registration on DoveLewis' website.You will not be buying anything when you register; you are only reserving a space in this popular workshop.DoveLewis community workshops are FREE.Donations are welcome.



Portland
New Urban High School (youth to action program) 1st annual pet supply donation drive
October 25, 2008
9am - Noon
5933 NE Win sivers Dr
Portland, OR 97220
Phone:503-328-9196
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Comments:New Urban High School (Youth-to-Action Program) Presents 1st Annual Pet Supply Donation DriveDrop-off Donation Site is:ExecuTech Suites 5933 NE Win Sivers Dr. (just off 120th & Airport Way)Portland, OR 97220Saturday, October 25, 2008Time: 9am - 12 NoonFor more information: Taylor Duncan (Project Coordinator) Email: taylorduncann@gmail.comIs a group effort to encourage friends, family, neighbors and the community to donate items such as food, bedding, toys etc. to help meet the needs of each homeless animal. These donations help us to provide top quality care for each animal in the local Animal Shelter.Donations that are in great demand is:Good Quality Dry Dog and Cat FoodGood Quality Dry Puppy and Kitten FoodCanned Cat & Dog FoodUsed/New Blankets Used/New QuiltsUsed/New Towels (hand, wash and bath towels needed)Dog and Cat CollarsCat and Dog Food BowlsCat and Dog ToysHeating PadsTennis Balls/Rawhide BonesCat/Dog Brushes/Flea CombsAdvantage/Frontline Flea ControlCat/Dog Nail ClippersLaundry Detergent/BleachKitten Milk FormulaScratch PostsDonations are also accepted for medical emergency funds or toward their new facility


Portland
POOCH in the Pub
November 20, 2008
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
2730 NW 31st Avenue
Portland, OR 97210
Phone:503-697-0623
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Comments:WHAT: POOCH in the Pub A 15th Anniversary Celebration and Fundraiser with food, live music and a silent auction. 100% of the proceeds will go to Project POOCH, a non-profit organization that matches incarcerated youth with unwanted shelter dogs. www.POOCH.orgWHEN: Thursday, November 20, 20086 p.m. - 9:30 pmWHERE: MacTarnahan's Taproom2730 NW 31st Ave.Portland, OR 97210 MORE INFO & TO PURCHASE TICKETSwww.poochinthepub.org or www.pooch.orgCONTACT: Susie Waki 503*697*0623 pooch_volunteers@yahoo.com



Portland
POOCH in the Pub
November 20, 2008
6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Mac Tarnahan's Taproom-503-228-5269
Portland, OR 97034
Phone:503-697-0623
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Comments:You are invited to help support Project POOCH by attending a fun-filled evening! Your admission includes dinner, 1 beer, and 5 raffle tickets. Bid generously on a huge assortment of auction items. For over 15 years, Project POOCH has provided opportunities for youth in corrections to develop the skills needed to become productive community members while saving the lives of hundreds of unwanted shelter dogs. Project POOCH matches youth incarcerated at the MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility in Woodburn, Oregon with abandoned or abused shelter dogs. The youth work with their dogs daily and practice the principles of positive reinforcement and behavior modification. As the youth manage their dogs, they learn how to manage their own behavior. Project POOCH teaches responsibility and trust while helping the young me build a better future. They provide the dogs with food, shelter, patience and basic obedience training. Once the dogs pass the Canine Good Citizens test, the youth help find the dogs forever, loving homes. Thank you for helping to make POOCH in the Pub a huge success!Admission: $30 in advance; $40 at the door.



Portland
Northwest Challenge X-treme Air Dog Challenge
May 23, 2009
12 noon to 7 pm

Portland, OR
Phone:541-689-3612
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Comments:Join the Northwest Challenge X-treme Air dog competition. Anyone with a dog and toy can play. It's lots of fun for the whole family. Join us Saturday morning for the dog walk and stay for all the jumping fun at Oaks Park. The dog walk benefits canine cancer research. This is an official Rose Festival event.



Portland
Mutt Mixers
June 4, 2009
5:00pm - 7:00pm
Hotel Monaco, Downtown Portland
Portland, OR
Phone:503.261.1162
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Comments:First Thursday Social Hour for Dog Lovers! Mutt Mixers, a First Thursday Social Hour for Dog Lovers, kicks off June 4, 2009 from 5-7 pm at Hotel Monaco in downtown Portland, 506 SW Washington at Sixth Ave. People and their pets will revel in the cabaret atmosphere complete with variety show-style highlights, music, beverages, bites, and great company. The Mixer benefits the Pixie Project ? a young rescue/shelter working in conjunction with Outside In?s Virginia Woof Doggy Daycare. The evening will feature a chance to learn a 2-minute Trick ANYONE can do, taught by Denise Mullenix of Behave Canine Solutions. On June 4th, Denise will teach your dog to back up while you provide the sound effects ? beep beep beep! Included with the take-home goodies will be simple instructions so attendees can try the trick at home. Guests will also get to meet a few sweet adoptable animals from Pixie, and chat with reps from the featured organizations of the evening. This fun, sassy event promises to break the mold in pet-friendly social hours. We hope you?ll put the word out about the fun?and join us for a great evening you won?t soon forget!



Portland
Mutt Mixer by Spot Magazine
August 6, 2009
5:00 PM
Hotel Monaco Downtown, 506 SW Washington Street
Portland, OR
Phone:503.261.1162
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Comments:Mutt Mixers, a First Thursday Social Hour for Dog Lovers. August 6, 2009. FREE cocktails, beer, wine, and appetizers will be served at 5pm; festives start at 6pm. Door Prizes, Goodie Bags, Give-aways! Join us at Hotel Monaco in downtown Portland, 506 SW Washington at Sixth Ave. Bring your 4-legged friends!People and their pets will revel in the cabaret atmosphere complete with variety show-style highlights, music, beverages, bites, and great company. Mingle with other pet lovers, local pet experts, and party with fun folks and their furry friends. Guests will also get to meet a few sweet adoptable animals, and chat with reps from the featured organizations of the evening. Boutique shopping and a silent auction will offer great deals for a good cause. Funds raised at The Mutt Mixer will be donated to local animal rescue organizations. This fun, sassy event promises to break the mold in pet-friendly social hours. We hope you?ll put the word out about the fun?and join us for a great evening you won?t soon forget!



Portland
Multnomah Days Dog Wash
August 15, 2009
10:30AM - 2:00PM
Lucky Lab Public House
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:The Multnomah Days Parade starts at 10:00AMDog Wash 10:30AM?2:00PMSuggested donation of $5.00 per dog washedIt starts with a fun community parade and ends with a dog wash to benefit the DoveLewis Blood Bank! Even if you can?t make it to the parade, we?ll have dog washing teams on standby to scrub your dirty pooch.



Portland
Jake's Dog Day of Summer
August 23, 2009
4:00PM - 10:00PM
Jake's Famous Crawfish
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:This event is so very Portland, and we?re so very grateful to the fine people at Jake?s Famous Crawfish for continuing it another year! For $55 (per person + dog) you will enjoy a 3?course meal made in one of Portland?s finest kitchens, and your beloved dog can sit right at your feet, lapping up his or her very own meal created in the Jake?s Famous kitchen! All proceeds benefit DoveLewis.SPACE IS LIMITED?Make your reservations NOW!Call Jake?s Famous?503.226.1419.Online reservations are not available for this event.You must call to reserve your spot.


Portland
Westie Walk
September 12, 2009
9:00AM - 12:00PM
Wallace Park
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Hundreds of ?Westies? (West Highland Terriers) take their owners to Northwest Portland for a 1? mile walk and lots of attention. Dogs who are friends of Westies are welcome to join the fun.Online Registration available soon at dovelewis.org/giftShop.



Portland
3rd Annual "POOCH in the Pub"
September 26, 2009
6 PM to 10 PM
Staver Locomotive, 2537 NW 29th Avenue
Portland, OR 97210
Phone:503-697-0623
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Comments:POOCH moves to new digs! Mac Tarnahan's Taproom, last year's host, will provide the food and drink. Emcee for the evening will be Helen Raptis, co-host of KATU's AM Northwest. Kellee Beaudry of 4 Muddy Paws will be featuring her unique pet portraits. The Top Dog raffle ticket prize will be a trip to Kona, Hawaii. You will be able to view the auction items online and to pre-register. 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser will go to Project POOCH who, for 16 years, paired unwanted shelter dogs with incarcerated youths. The youths, guided by professionals, train and prepare the dogs for new, "forever" adoptive homes.$30 in advance; $40 at the door. Admission inlcudes light hors d' oeuvres and 1 beer. Tickets are avialable online at www.poochinthepub.org For more information, contact Pam Nichols, 503-697-0623, pam@pooch.org



Portland
Dogtoberfest
September 26, 2009
11:00AM - 5:00PM
Lucky Lab Brew Pub
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Dogtoberfest??Sept 26Lucky Lab Brew Pub915 SE Hawthorne, Portland11:00AM?5:00PMSuggested donation of $5.00 per dog washedBring your dirty dogs to the Lucky Lab and we promise to send them home squeaky clean! If you look closely?you may see a local celebrity doing the dirty work! In the meantime, kick back and enjoy lunch, a live band and a refreshing beverage.dovelewisdogtoberfest.com



Portland
WildCat Haven's Back to the 50's Big Cat Bash
October 10, 2009
6pm
615 SE Alder
Portland, OR 97140
Phone:503-625-0812
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Comments:Guys, roll up those tee-shirt sleeves & slick back your hair! Gals, grab your poodle skirts and saddle shoes! Flash back to the 50's for one night and come to WildCat Haven's "Back to the 50's Big Cat Bash!" Enjoy a buffet, music, contests, and exciting items to bid on at our live/silent auction, including an incredible Photo Safari Trip to Africa & original wildcat art! Enter to win our $500 Raffle, and sign-up for our Twist & Hula-Hoop Contest! You'll see amazing photos of the wildcat rescues and view our newest video telling their stories! We have DJ Alan Peterson spinning the 50's hits & the fun & fabulous auctioneer, Lori Richardson making the magic happen! All proceeds will help support the bobcats, cougars, servals, and lynx rescues that call WCH home. Seating is limited so buy your advance tickets today at: http://www.wildcathaven.org/BCB/bcb.html or send a check to WildCat Haven, PO Box 1071, Sherwood, OR 97140. This is one event you don't want to miss! Feel Good about helping WCH's Mission and have a great time as well! Be there or be square!



Portland
Basic Dog Massage Class
April 25, 2010
11:30-1:00

Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:This class is a great introduction to massage you can use at home with your pets. Learn how to calm them during stressful times, relieve tension in their muscles and joints, as well as refocus their attention during training sessions. Heal provides one-on-one instruction, take-home information and dog beds for the class. Cost is only $45 which includes a spot for you and your dog in the class.



Portland
Arthritis Walk
May 15, 2010
10:00am-12:00pm

Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THROUGH MAY 15, 2010Contact: Kim Lowry 503-245-5695 Ext. 100 klowry@arthritis.orgCALENDAR ANNOUNCEMENTWalk to Fight Arthritis Portland ? The Arthritis Foundation invites you to join us at the 2010 Arthritis Walk on Saturday, May 15th at Willamette Park. The Arthritis Walk is the Arthritis Foundation?s signature event that takes place in communities nationwide to raise funds and awareness to fight arthritis, one of the nation?s leading causes of disability. It kicks off each May during National Arthritis Month. The event features both a three-mile and one-mile course, with activities for the entire family. Participants walk in honor of a friend or family member with arthritis, while those with arthritis wear blue hats to signify their action in taking control of their condition. Pet owners are invited to bring their leashed dogs to walk with them at the event. To participate in the Arthritis Walk, volunteer or to form a team, visit www.letsmovetogether.org or call the Arthritis Foundation at 503-245-5695 or toll-free 1-888-845-5695.



Portland
Animal communication readings-donating money to Oregon Greyhound Adoption
March 5, 2011
11 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Sellwood Dog Supply-8334 SE 17th Ave
Portland, OR 97204
Phone:503-221-2123
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Comments:I am an animal communicator and will be donating part of the proceeds from 10 ($20), 15( $30) and 20($40) minute consultations to this group.



Portland
Northwest Pet and Companion Fair
May 7, 2011
9:30am - 6:00pm

Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Join us for the 10th Annual Northwest Pet and Companion Fair, the largest pet adoption and pet social in the Northwest. Saturday May 7th 9:30am - 6:00pmSunday May 8th 10:00am - 5:00pmPortland Expo CenterFeaturing many exhibits including pet product retailers, humane societies, pet rescue organizations, pet shops and much more. We will also have a Workshop Area with demonstrations and guest speakers.



Portland
The Hip Hound- Celebrating Nob Hill Sidewalk Sale- pet psychic readings
July 10, 2011
12 p.m.- 4 p.m.
610 NW 23rd
Portland, OR 97210
Phone:503-841-5410
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Comments:Northwest animal communicator Faye Pietrokowsky will be offering 10 ($20), 15 ($30) and 20 ($40) private consultations. Animals need not be present. For more information about Faye, visit www.inner-design.net



Portland
Rose City Veterinary Hospital Centennial
July 24, 2011
12:00pm - 4:00pm
809 SE Powell BLVD
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:Established in 1911, Rose City Veterinary Hospital will be turning one hundred years old this year. As the first veterinary practice established in Portland, Rose City is proud to share this historic occasion with the public by offering an open house and celebration at the hospitals location on SE 8th and Powell BLVD, directly before the Ross Island Bridge on the east side. The birthday celebration will be held on Sunday, July 24th, from noon to 4pm, and all are invited to attend. Bring the whole family along to enjoy an afternoon of fun and games, including free food and drinks for vegetarians and meat lovers alike, face painting, balloon animals, door prizes, hospital tours, and a pair of llamas for petting. For your furry family members, there will be a pet costume contest and professional photos with you and your pets. Pets may come dressed in any costume, but Turn of the Century pets are especially encouraged to come dressed like the guys and dolls of the early 1900s when the hospital first opened. A representative from the Portland Animal Welfare (PAW) Team will be on site to educate the public about their mission and accept pet food and supply donations. The Oregon Humane Society will be bringing several dogs available for adoption to feature at the event as well as the adoptable cat that Rose City always holds a space for.



Portland
6th Annual Jakes Dog Day of Summer
August 21, 2011
5p-10p
401 SW 12th
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:DINNER WITH YOUR DOG!This event is so very Portland, and were so very grateful to the fine people at Jakes Famous Crawfish for continuing it for a sixth year! For $55 (per person + dog) you will enjoy a 3course meal made in one of Portlands finest kitchens, and your beloved dog can sit right at your feet, lapping up his or her very own meal created in the Jakes Famous kitchen! All proceeds benefit DoveLewis.SPACE IS LIMITEDMake your reservations NOW!Call Jakes Famous503.226.1419.Online reservations are not available for this event.You must call to reserve your spot.



Portland
Jakes Dog Day of Summer
August 21, 2011
5p-10p
401 SW 12th
Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:DINNER WITH YOUR DOG!This event is so very Portland, and were so very grateful to the fine people at Jakes Famous Crawfish for continuing it for a sixth year! For $55 (per person + dog) you will enjoy a 3course meal made in one of Portlands finest kitchens, and your beloved dog can sit right at your feet, lapping up his or her very own meal created in the Jakes Famous kitchen! All proceeds benefit DoveLewis.SPACE IS LIMITEDMake your reservations NOW!Call Jakes Famous503.226.1419.Online reservations are not available for this event.You must call to reserve your spot.



Portland
Westie Walk
September 10, 2011
9a

Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Hundreds of Westies (West Highland Terriers) take their owners to Northwest Portland for a 1 mile walk and lots of attention. Dogs who are friends of Westies are welcome to join the fun. All proceeds from this walk benefit the Velvet Assistance Fund providing financial assistance for low-income qualified patients treated at DoveLewis for medical emergencies.Registration Fee: $20 per dog



Portland
Dogtoberfest
September 24, 2011
11am 5pm

Portland, OR
Phone:
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Comments:Pack up the pooches and head on down to the Lucky Lab for Portlands biggest dog wash! For a suggested donation of $10 per dog, DoveLewis volunteers will scrub up and dry off your dog. In addition to awesome live music, well also unveil the 2012 DoveLewis calendar! Inside the brew pub youll find great beer and plenty of good food plus have an opportunity to visit with several pet related vendors at the street fair. All proceeds benefit the DoveLewis Blood Bank.



Portland
Animal Communication Class
October 12, 2011
7:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m.
2224 NE Alberta Street
Portland, OR 97211
Phone:(503) 249-6571
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Comments:Northwest people and pet psychic Faye Pietrokowsky will teach techniques to help you communicate with your furry and feathery companions. The cost is $40. For more information about Faye, visit www.inner-design.net. To sign up for the class call (503)249-6571.



Portland
fundraiser for Pongo Fund at Furever Pets
October 29, 2011
12 p.m.- 4p.m.
1902 NE Broadway
Portland, OR 97232
Phone:(503)- 282-4225
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Comments:Furever Pets, located at 1902 NE Broadway, will be celebrating its ninth annual Halloween party on Saturday, October 29th from 12 p.m.- 5 p.m. Pet and people psychic Faye Pietrokowsky will be offering pet readings from 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. for a $5 donation or two cans pet food for the Pongo Fund to help people in need feed their pets. For more information, please call (503) 282-4225.



Portland
5th Annual "POOCH IN THE PUB"
November 18, 2011
6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Melody Ballroom
Portland, OR 97214
Phone:503-697-0623
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Comments:5th Annual ?POOCH IN THE PUB?DATE: Friday, November 18, 2011TIME: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Doors open at 6:00 PM Silent Auction begins at 6:30 PMPLACE: Melody Ballroom 615 SE Alder Street Portland, Oregon 97214-2228 Wheelchair accessibleCOST: $60/person Includes drinks, dinner, dessertTickets are available online at www.poochinthepub.orgCONTACT: Sharlene Erickson, Event and Volunteer Coordinator Sharlene@pooch.org Phone: 503-697-0623 Fax: 503-636-5908Project POOCH and Dave?s Killer Bread invite you celebrate Project POOCH?s 18th anniversary fundraiser! Come and enjoy a casual evening of food, fun and live music by Jay ?Bird? Koder. Meet professional benefit auctioneer, Kelly Russell, who will conduct the live auction.Highlights of this fun-filled event are the silent and live auctions. The proceeds from POOCH in the Pub benefit Project POOCH, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for incarcerated youths to learn patience, responsibility, and compassion for all life through working with shelter dogs.Mark your calendar now to celebrate with Project POOCH! For more information and auction catalogues, please visit: http://www.poochinthepub.org . For further information on Project POOCH, please visit: http://www.pooch.org .



Portland
Pet Psychic Readings
January 7, 2012
10 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Healthy Pets NW-1736 SE Hawthorne
Portland, OR 97214
Phone:(503)236-8036
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Comments:Pet and people psychic Faye Pietrokowsky, owner of Inner Design-Applying Intuition, will be offering 10 ($20),15 ($30) and 20 ($40) minute consultations. Animals need not be present. (Ask people questions too-business and personal.)



Portland
Pet First Aide and Emergencies Class
March 22, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 pm
809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:This year, Rose City Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer Spring Classes for you and your pet! Classes will take place at the Hospital's southeast Portland location at 809 SE Powell Blvd from 7:00-8:00 pm on the days listed. Classes are free unless a fee is stated and all are welcome to attend! Visit the hospital to sign up and reserve your space as seating for some classes will be limited.

Our first class will be Pet First Aide and Emergencies, taught by Megan Brashear, CVT - Dove Lewis? technician supervisor.



Portland
How to Massage Your Dog Class
April 5, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 pm
809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:This year, Rose City Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer Spring Classes for you and your pet! Classes will take place at the Hospital's southeast Portland location at 809 SE Powell Blvd from 7:00-8:00 pm on the days listed. Classes are free unless a fee is stated and all are welcome to attend! Visit the hospital to sign up and reserve your space as seating for some classes will be limited.

The second class in our series will be How to Massage Your Dog, with Rubi from HEAL Animal Massage. There will be a $50 fee for this class and space is limited!



Portland
Laser Therapy for Your Pet
April 19, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 pm
809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:This year, Rose City Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer Spring Classes for you and your pet! Classes will take place at the Hospital's southeast Portland location at 809 SE Powell Blvd from 7:00-8:00 pm on the days listed. Classes are free unless a fee is stated and all are welcome to attend! Visit the hospital to sign up and reserve your space as seating for some classes will be limited.

Our third class in the series will be Laser Therapy for Your Pet, taught by Craig Quirk, DVM.



Portland
Oral Hygiene and Dental Care for Your Pet Class
May 3, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 pm
809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:This year, Rose City Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer Spring Classes for you and your pet! Classes will take place at the Hospital's southeast Portland location at 809 SE Powell Blvd from 7:00-8:00 pm on the days listed. Classes are free unless a fee is stated and all are welcome to attend! Visit the hospital to sign up and reserve your space as seating for some classes will be limited.

The fourth class in our series will be Oral Hygiene and Dental Care for Your Pet, taught by Becky Smith, CVT.



Portland
11th Annual Northwest Pet and Companion Fair
May 5, 2012
10am - 5pm
2060 N Marine Drive
Portland, OR 97217
Phone:503-528-6867
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Comments:Join us at the 2012 - 11th Annual Northwest Pet and Companion Fair! Don't forget to bring your pet with you. The NW Pet Fair features pet entertainment, shopping, adoptions and amazing free pet themed classes all weekend long. Come peruse the exhibits, shop for the newest pet products and services, and find the adoptable pet of your dreams! There is something for everyone at the Pet Fair. Features:Pet fashion show Walk-through aviary Herding dogs Alpaca displayPetting zooTruffle dog tournamentFamily fun zoneExotic animal exhibitReptile exhibit Pet safe cars Pets in the home and gardenFree ask-a-vet and photos with your petAffordable microchipping and vaccinations Also offered are free seminars and classes of priceless value. The pet experts have come together to provide sessions such as gardening with your pet, clicker training, animal massage and reiki, sensational shelter animals, and emergency pet preparedness. See you all there!



Portland
Bonding with Your Pet Class
May 17, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 pm
809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:This year, Rose City Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer Spring Classes for you and your pet! Classes will take place at the Hospital's southeast Portland location at 809 SE Powell Blvd from 7:00-8:00 pm on the days listed. Classes are free unless a fee is stated and all are welcome to attend! Visit the hospital to sign up and reserve your space as seating for some classes will be limited.

The fifth class in our series will be Bonding with Your Pet, taught by Jenn Fiendish, CVT.



Portland
How to Massage Your Dog Class
May 31, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 pm
809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:This year, Rose City Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer Spring Classes for you and your pet! Classes will take place at the Hospital's southeast Portland location at 809 SE Powell Blvd from 7:00-8:00 pm on the days listed. Classes are free unless a fee is stated and all are welcome to attend! Visit the hospital to sign up and reserve your space as seating for some classes will be limited.

Our sixth spring class will be How to Massage Your Dog, with Rubi of HEAL Animal Massage. There will be a $50 fee for this class and space is limited!



Portland
Adopt a Pet at Rose City Vet!
June 9, 2012
2-5pm
809 SE Powell Blvd Portland, OR
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:Adopt a Pet at Rose City Vet! The Oregon Humane Society will have dogs and cats available for adoption at Rose City Veterinary Hospital, 809 SE Powell Blvd, on Saturday, June 9th, from 2-5pm. There will be games, prizes and refreshments. All are welcome to stop by and find a new furry soulmate!



Portland
Puppy Playschool at Rose City Veterinary Hospital
June 16, 2012
3-4pm
809 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:Puppy Play-School Beginning June 16th, Rose City Veterinary Hospital will begin offering Puppy Play-School classes! Instructor Jenn Fiendish, Certified Veterinary Technician/ RCVH Behavior & Training Advisor, will conduct classes on Saturday afternoons from 3-4pm. Fee is $150 for 5 weeks of classes. For more information and to register: Puppy Play-School Beginning June 16th, Rose City Veterinary Hospital will begin offering Puppy Play-School classes! Instructor Jenn Fiendish, Certified Veterinary Technician/ RCVH Behavior & Training Advisor, will conduct classes on Saturday afternoons from 3-4pm. Fee is $150 for 5 weeks of classes. For more information and to register: http://rosecityvet.com/services/behavior-puppy-playschool/ or call 503-232-3105.



Portland
Puppy Preschool at Rose City Veterinary Hospital
July 28, 2012
4:00pm - 5:00pm
809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:Announcing the start of Puppy Preschool classes at Rose City Veterinary Hospital! Rose City Veterinary Hospital is proud to announce the start of Puppy Preschool classes at their hospital in southeast Portland. In partnership with Bravo Dog Training, Puppy Preschool classes will provide an opportunity for critical socialization and training for puppies between 8 and 16 weeks of age. Classes will be held on Saturday afternoons (enrollment and proof of vaccinations required) and taught by Mary Majchrowski, a Certified Professional Dog Trainer with over 15 years experience.Puppy Preschool: Puppy not sleeping through the night? Biting you and your family with those needle-sharp puppy teeth? Want to be sure you raise a happy, well-mannered dog? Then join us for Puppy Preschool, the critical class for learning and socializing! Learn about preventing and solving common behavior problems, teaching foundation obedience skills and get the important (and oh-so-fun) socialization with other people and puppies in a safe and clean environment. All training uses modern, science-based positive motivation methods.Next Class Begins: Saturday, July 28th at 4:00 PMCost: $140 for 5 week courseLocation: Rose City Veterinary Hospital, 809 SE Powell Blvd., PortlandTopics covered include housebreaking, crate training, walking on leash, jumping up, chewing and mouthing, teething, handling exercises, name recognition, teaching attention, sit, down, come when called and establishing the proper owner-pet relationship that will lead you to years of happiness with your dog. Puppies must be between 8 and 16 weeks of age at the start of class and must be current on their vaccine schedule (at least one DAP and Bordatella vaccination no less than one week before class begins). Class size limited to 8 puppies.Mary Majchrowski, CPDT-KA is the owner of Bravo Dog Training. She has been training dogs and their owners for over 15 years. Mary is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer th



Portland
Strut Your Mutt
September 29, 2012
Registration starts at 7:30 am, walk at 9:00 am
Laurelhurst Park, 3756 SE Oak St
Portland, OR
Phone:5037226729
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Comments:Get ready, get set, get your pooch warmed up... it's time for Best Friends animal Society's First Annual Strut Your Mutt in Portland. Join us for a walk to help homeless pets at our shelter! Participate in a leisurely group dog walk followed by a doggie-themed celebration festival that includes pet contests, photo op's, treats for your dogs, fun activities, refreshments and more. Register as a walker or donate to one of the existing CCDS/CDF walkers. Since there are several groups participating, it is crucial that you join the Dog Pack for Clackamas County Dog Services/CDF by going to our link at bit.ly/QFLnA3


Portland
Portland Pet Expo
October 6, 2012
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center
Portland, OR 97217
Phone:800-977-3609
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Comments:BRING YOUR PET to the Portland Pet Expo and meet Shorty Rossi, star of "Pit Boss" on Animal Planet!This event takes place Saturday, October 6, 2012, from 10AM to 6PM, INDOORS at Portland Expo Center ¬? Hall H1 with FREE admission! You¬?re welcome to BRING YOUR DOG or your bird or even your lizard ¬? just make sure that you have proof of current age-appropriate immunizations (if applicable) and that your canine companion is on a non-retractable lead.Check out a special appearance by SHORTY ROSSI (and his pit bull, Hercules), star of ¬?PIT BOSS¬? on Animal Planet, 125 + PET-FRIENDLY EXHIBITORS and RESCUE GROUPS, see live demonstrations in AGILITY, OBEDIENCE TRAINING, PET CARE & ACTIVISM, great giveaways and PRIZES, amazing DISCOUNTS on your favorite pet products, talent contest and COSTUME CONTEST, fabulous RETAILERS and much more FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! And if you¬?re looking to add a new pet to your family, a MEGA-ADOPTION event sponsored by Banfield Pet Hospitals will have more than 300 pets available for adoption.Plus we will be offering LOW-COST IMMUNIZATIONS and MICROCHIPPING for the furry friends that need them!If you¬?re a pet owner ¬? or want to be one ¬? you¬?ll find everything you need under one roof, so that you can PLAY, SHOP, LEARN OR ADOPT in AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT.For more information, visit us at PortlandPetExpo.com or join us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/portlandpetexpo), shoot us an email at expo@portlandpetexpo.com or give us a call at 800-977-3609. View our website for directions, vaccination pricing, exhibitor list, entertainment schedules and more. Admission is FREE. See you there!



Portland
DoveAdore featuring Boutiques Unleashed
November 9, 2012
5:30PM
Portland Art Museum - 1219 SW Park Ave
Portland, OR
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Comments:This year, we are combining two of our most popular fundraisers into one fabulous gala! Hundreds of DoveLewis¬? VIPs gather for a live auction, dinner and benefit, culminating in a fashion show featuring local human and canine boutiques. Watch as celebrity humans and pets showcase the hottest fashions for both ends of the leash. Enjoy hosted cocktails, try your luck in our Unleashed raffle, and support Portland¬?s premiere nonprofit. Keep an eye out for a mystery model on the runway ¬? in past years we¬?ve featured a goat, a llama, and a chicken! You¬?ll never forget this unique and fun-filled evening.TICKET INFORMATIONDoveAdore Event Single Ticket: $150 (includes reception, dinner and fashion show.)DoveAdore Eight-person Front Row Table: $4000 (includes reception, dinner and fashion show for eight people with seating at a front row table along the runway and special gift.)DoveAdore Eight-person Table: $2500 (includes reception, dinner and fashion show for eight people and special gift.)



Portland
Service of Remembrance
December 6, 2012
7:00PM
The Old Church - 1422 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Comments:Dignified Pet Services presents in partnership with the DoveLewis Pet Loss Support Program, Service of Remembrance. Every December we join in celebration of the invisible yet undeniable bond between humans and our beloved companion animals. Together, surrounded by others who understand this bond, we will light candles in memory of those who are no longer here. Free event.



Portland
Northwest Pet & Companion Fair
April 13, 2013
10:00am - 5:00pm
Portland Expo Center
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:5035286867
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Comments:Bring your pet to the Northwest Pet & Companion Fair - the largest pet expo and pet adoption in the Northwest. The show features over one hundred pet related exhibitors. Admission is free for everyone and attendees can enjoy the pet fashion show, entertainment, attractions, and more. Come shop, adopt, and have fun!



Portland
Pet First Aid & Emergency Care
May 2, 2013
7:00pm
Rose City Veterinary Hospital, 809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS, will guide you through evaluating your pet?s basic vital signs, and how to recognize and respond to common emergency situations with your cat or dog. Megan, a Certified Veterinary Technician with an advanced specialty certification in Emergency and Critical Care, is Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital?s Education Manager. This is the first in a series of three classes on pet health and behavior organized by Rose City Veterinary Hospital. Classes are free and open to the public, and attendants are encouraged to RSVP as soon as possible as seating is limited. To reserve your space, please complete Rose City Vet?s online submission form: http://rosecityvet.com/forms/spring-class-registration/.



Portland
Oral Hygiene and Dental Care for Your Pet
May 9, 2013
7:00pm
Rose City Veterinary Hospital, 809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:Aside from the hard-to-ignore stink of our pets? bad breath, we sometimes forget that our canine and feline companions need dental care just as much as we do. To learn how to optimally care for your pet's teeth, join us for an informative talk given by veterinary technician Becky Smith, CVT, VTS, who performs many of the dental cleanings at Rose City Veterinary Hospital. This is the second in a series of three classes on pet health and behavior organized by Rose City Veterinary Hospital. Classes are free and open to the public, and attendants are encouraged to RSVP as soon as possible as seating is limited. To reserve your space, please complete Rose City Vet?s online submission form: http://rosecityvet.com/forms/spring-class-registration/.



Portland
Kitten Kindergarten Class
May 14, 2013
7:00pm
Rose City Veterinary Hospital, 809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:PORTLAND, OR, May, 2013 -- Rose City Veterinary Hospital is offering Kitten Kindergarten classes. An informative course for kittens and their owners, the class provides the fundamentals and skills necessary to live a long, healthy, and happy life together. This course is a series of two classes held on consecutive Tuesdays at 7:00pm. Kittens may be enrolled for a session on either May 14th & 21st or June 4th & 11th. Classes will take place at the hospital?s Southeast Portland location at 809 SE Powell Blvd. This course is free and open to the public, and advanced registration is required to attend. This course is for pet parents AND their kittens. Kittens must be between the ages of 8 and 12 weeks of age and should have at least their first FVR vaccine.Instructor Jenn Fiendish, CVT of the Animal Behavior Clinic will explore topics including litter box hygiene (the number one reason for cat relinquishment), appropriate scratching behavior, carrier training, walking your cat, and much more, all while providing a fun and safe environment to socialize your kitten. Kittens need socialization just like puppies do, and this course will help provide a stable foundation for your new cat to build upon.To register, applicants may submit an online submission form to Rose City Veterinary Hospital?s website: http://rosecityvet.com/forms/kitten-class-registration/. Proof of vaccination for enrolled kittens must be submitted in advance of the first lesson.



Portland
So Happy Together: Bonding with Your Pet
May 16, 2013
7:00pm
Rose City Veterinary Hospital, 809 SE Powell Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:503-232-3105
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Comments:Join us for a fun and informational presentation about the human-animal bond, what it means for you, and how to create, maintain, or repair the bond between you and your pet. Through photos, video, and live presentations, Jenn Fiendish, CVT, will discuss and demonstrate fun and creative ways in which we can interact and enjoy our relationships with our pets. Jenn is a veterinary technician for the Animal Behavior Clinic and the Oregon state representative for the Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians. This is the last in a series of three classes on pet health and behavior organized by Rose City Veterinary Hospital. Classes are free and open to the public, and attendants are encouraged to RSVP as soon as possible as seating is limited. To reserve your space, please complete Rose City Vet?s online submission form: http://rosecityvet.com/forms/spring-class-registration/.



Portland
Run for the Love of Dove 5k
June 9, 2013
9:00 am - Noon
NW 19th & Raleigh,
Portland, OR 97209
Phone:503.535.3384
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Comments:The Run for the Love of Dove 5k Run/WalkSunday - June 9, 2013NW 19th & Raleigh, PortlandOnsite registration: 7:30AMRace starts: 9:00AM? 5K Run/Walk: $30 (does not include race shirt) ? 5K Run/Walk: $35 (includes race shirt) ? Day of Race Registration: $45 (space permitting) ? Limited Edition DoveLewis Knee-High Socks: $10 Socks Lace up those running shoes and get prepared to pound the pavement in support of DoveLewis! The beloved Run for the Love of Dove returns this year as a timed 5K run/walk through the neighborhoods of NW Portland. Runners, both human and canine, at all experience levels are invited to join the fun. Strollers, dogs, music?it?s all allowed! Post?race festivities include food, drink, entertainment and a silly pet tricks contest! All proceeds benefit the Stray Animal & Wildlife Fund.ABOUT THE STRAY ANIMAL & WILDLIFE PROGRAM:DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital provides 24-hour, emergency stabilizing care for injured stray animals and wildlife. As the only after-hours care option, DoveLewis never turns away an injured stray animal or wildlife. Last year, DoveLewis treated 1,119 injured strays and wildlife at the cost of nearly $260,000!Please visit dovelewis.org for more information and to register today!



Portland
Corgi Walk
August 17, 2013
10 am to Noon
NW Everett & Park Street
Portland, OR
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Comments:The Corgi Walk benefits DoveLewis and the Columbia River Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club?Corgi Rescue.Registration is $25 for the first Corgi. Each additional Corgi or doggy sibling is $15.


Portland
Dogtoberfest
September 21, 2013
11 am to 5 pm
Lucky Lab Brew Pub
Portland, OR
Phone:503.535.3384
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Comments:Pack up the pooches and head on down to the Lucky Lab for Portland?s biggest dog wash!For a suggested donation of $10 per dog, DoveLewis volunteers will scrub up and dry off your dog. In addition to awesome live music, we?ll also unveil the 2014 DoveLewis calendar! Inside the brew pub you?ll find great beer and plenty of good food plus have an opportunity to visit with several pet related vendors at the street fair. All proceeds benefit the DoveLewis Blood Bank.



Portland
Dogtoberfest
September 21, 2013
11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Lucky Lab Brew Pub 915 SE Hawthorne
Portland, OR
Phone:503.535.3384
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Comments:Pack up the pooches and head on down to the Lucky Lab for Portland?s biggest dog wash! For a suggested donation of $10 per dog, DoveLewis volunteers will scrub up and dry off your dog. In addition to awesome live music, we?ll also unveil the 2014 DoveLewis calendar! Inside the brew pub you?ll find great beer and plenty of good food plus have an opportunity to visit with several pet related vendors at the street fair. All proceeds benefit the DoveLewis Blood Bank.



Portland
Dog & Cat Dental Care - Free Class
May 22, 2014
7pm
Rose City Veterinary Hospital, 809 SE Powell Blvd.
Portland, OR 97202
Phone:5032323105
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Comments:Aside from the hard-to-ignore stink of our pets? bad breath, we sometimes forget that our canine and feline companions need dental care just as much as we do. To learn more about how to optimally care for your pet?s teeth, join us for an informative talk given by Becky Smith, CVT, VTS, who performs many of the dental cleanings at Rose City Veterinary Hospital.



Salem
Muddy Paws A-Flyin "Fun Fair All Flyball Tournament"
July 14, 2007
All Day - Starting at 9:00 AM
Marion County Fair - Oregon State Fairgrounds
Salem, OR
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Comments:We will be hosting a NAFA (North American Flyball Association) sanctioned Flyball tournament in conjunction with the Marion County Fair on July 14th and 15th. Flyball tournaments are held to provide a venue for regional Flyball competition. We are expecting 18-22 teams of six dogs each to attend for a total of 100-130 participants from Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia.

Flyball is a team sport for dogs that was invented in the late seventies and has been gaining in popularity ever since. Flyball is a relay race that matches two teams of four dogs each, racing side by side. Each dog must run over a series of four jumps at the end of which is a spring loaded box that pops out a tennis ball. All four dogs take turns running the course. As the first dog returns with the tennis ball, the next dog goes. The first team to have all four dogs run without errors wins the heat. It is a fast-paced, fun, and exciting sport for spectators and participants alike.



Salem
Marion County Dog Fest '09
September 12, 2009
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Chemeketa Community College
Salem, OR 97317
Phone:503-566-6966
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Comments:Dog owners throughout the Willamette Valley are invited to bring their dog(s) for a day of fun, games, treats (for humans and dogs), exhibits, free materials, and demonstrations. Dog Fest runs from 10:00 a.m.? 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 12, at Chemeketa Community College inSalem. The cost of admission is free for humans and $3 for dogs. All dogs participating will receive complimentary bandanas, a goodie bag and can participate in several games and events. Some of the events slated this year include a series of contests. Prizes will be given for: best costume, best look alike (looks most like their owner), best trick, biggest dog and littlest dog. Winners will be decided by audience cheer. Other dog events available are an agility course and a water retrieval game, both very popular events at last year?s Dog Fest.There will be a raffle for dozens of prizes such as an overnight stay at the Oregon Coast or at Portland at a dog friendly hotel. Additional raffle items are a dog massage gift certificate, variousdog-related books, and baskets of dog-related goodies. There will be demonstrations by the Salem Police Department K-9 Unit, Joys of Living Assistance Dogs, Search and Rescue, therapy dogs, general dog training and more.



Salem
Chase the Baggie in Salem, Or
September 7, 2011
1 pm till dusk
6325 Fruitland rd
Salem, OR 97317
Phone:503-589-9290
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Comments:Let your dog run, chase the baggie or learn about lure coursing. the dogs run in a fenced area, have a pool to climb in after a good hard run . great form of exercise and great fun to watch. fee $10 per dog for unlimited runs. all dogs all ages, each dog runs indivually. for more info, give us a call. 3 miles east of I-5 at the market st exit in salem.


Sherwood
Discount Microchip Clinic for dogs and cats
April 4, 2009
10 am - 2 pm
14175 SW Galbreath Dr. (Cat Adoption Team)
Sherwood, OR 97140
Phone:503-925-8903
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Comments:Until pets are able to recite your phone number or address to authorities when they become lost and separated from you, visible identification and a microchip are your pets? ticket back home. The Cat Adoption Team urges all pet owners to put an ID tag and license on their pets? collars right now, including indoor only cats. A microchip is a great secondary form of identification ? it is a permanent form of identification that can be scanned at animal shelters and veterinarian offices.What: Discount microchip clinic on National Tag Day at the Cat Adoption TeamWhen: Saturday, April 4 10 am ? 2 pmWhere: Cat Adoption Team 14175 SW Galbreath Drive, Sherwood (503) 925-8903 / catadoptionteam.org Cost: $15 per microchip, includes registrationRestrictions: Owned dogs and cats only Dogs must be on a leash Cats must be in a secure carrierVisit catadoptionteam.org/calendar/event/microchip-clinic-for-national-tag-day/ for all the details Nationally, only 16 percent of lost dogs and 2 percent of lost cats are reunited with their owners. Almost 50,000 stray animals were received by Oregon shelters last year. Indoor only cats should always wear identification just in case they get out. Microchipping is a permanent form of identification and chips can be scanned at your local veterinarian, animal control, or animal shelter. If more pets wore visible identification, the number of animals entering animal shelters would decrease.



Sherwood
CATnip Friday 5k & Mouse Miler: a fundraiser for the Cat Adoption Team.
August 14, 2009
5:00 pm
Sherwood High School
Sherwood, OR
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Comments:Other Details: The 5k will run first, starting at 6:50 pm from Sherwood High School. After a loop through residential streets (mainly flat!), runners and walkers will zoom onto the track at Sherwood High School for about 200 meters before crossing the finish. Then at 7:45 pm, runners and walkers will line up for our second race: The Mouse Mile. This will be a street mile, also finishing with about 200 meters on the track. Both races will be USATF-certified. You can run the CATnip Friday 5k only, the Mouse Mile only, or both. Your registration covers both races. Donate 10 pounds or more of cat food (unopened, unexpired) and receive a free drawing ticket. You can purchase more at $1 for a chance to win some great stuff. Every participant gets one ?free? chance for the CATnip Friday 5k prize drawing with registration. Dogs and strollers are welcomed, and all participants with dogs or strollers - regardless of speed - will be asked to start in the back of the pack. Gather $100 or more in pledges and receive your race t-shirt for freeGo here! www.catnipfriday5k.org



Sherwood
CATnip FRIDAY 5K & MOUSE MILER
August 12, 2011
5:00pm
16956 SW Meinecke Rd
Sherwood, OR 97140
Phone:503-925-8903
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Comments:Benefit 5k run/walk for the Cat Adoption TeamJoin your friends at the CATnip Friday 5k & Mouse Miler - where you have to sweat to purr. The only benefit 5k raising money for homeless cats. You can even bring your dog. And you dont have to get up early!



Silverton
The Oregon Garden Pet Day
May 17, 2008
10am to 6pm

Silverton, OR
Phone:503-874-8100
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Comments:This year following the annual Silverton Pet Parade bring your pet to The Oregon Garden and make a day of it! The Oregon Garden boasts over 20 specialty gardens, including our Pet Friendly Garden designed with your furry friend in mind.




Tigard
Animal Aid's Santa Claws is Coming to Town
December 15, 2007
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
PetSmart (Tigard)
Tigard, OR 97223
Phone:503-684-3234
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Comments:Get a holiday photo of your favorite furry friend with Santa Claws and help the homeless and abandoned pets at Animal Aid.

Animal Aid, a local no-kill animal shelter for cats and dogs, will be taking photos of pets and their family with Santa Claws at the PetSmart in Tigard. Five dollars of every photo purchase goes to Animal Aid in support of its mission of helping the animals of the Portland metro area.



Tigard
Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals - Rescue Dog Adoptions
August 16, 2008
10AM - 3PM
SummerLake Park - 11450 SW Winter Lake Dr
Tigard, OR 97223
Phone:503.747.7818
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Comments:Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (OFOSA) is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the living conditions and adoptability of shelter animals. Our annual fundraiser is FREE and open to you and your dog. We will have a silent auction, Prize wheel, booths, and a Dog Walk (registration form available at OFOSA.org). Your donation of $20 or more will get you an event T-shirt to take home. Please join us!
Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals (OFOSA) is an all volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All of your donations go directly to animal needs.



Tigard
3rd Annual Doggies Day Out
May 16, 2009
9:30-11:30
Cook Park
Tigard, OR 97224
Phone:503-495-5394
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Comments:A "just for fun" amateur dog show! Prizes for best trick, obstacle course, doggie/owner look-a-like, and best in show. All registered participants receive gourmet doggie treats. $5 pre-registration. Call Linda Eaton for more details!



Tualatin
Pet Psychic Readings-Benefit for Cat Adoption Team
October 15, 2011
10 a.m.- 2 p.m.
8775 Tualatin Sherwood Road, Tualatin
Tualatin, OR 97062
Phone:(503)885-9224
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Comments:Northwest People and pet psychic Faye Pietrokowsky will be participating in a fundraiser for the Cat Adoption Team in the Tualatin Petco store (8775 Tualatin Sherwood Road, Tualatin, OR 97062) Saturday, October 15th from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.. Come and have a 10 ($20), 15 ($30), or 20 ($40) minute session with Faye. For more information, call (503) 221-2123 or visit www.inner-design.net. Also attending will be Carol Gardner the author of the book series Zelda the bulldog, numerous pet food vendors and of course our kitties.




WOODBURN
OREGON BASSET GAMES
July 15, 2007
10:30 AM -3:00 PM
LEGION PARK, 1385 PARK AVE.
WOODBURN, OR 97071
Phone:503-588-5277
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Comments:THIS IS A FUN EVENT FOR BASSETS AND THEIR PEOPLE. COST IS $10 PER DOG FOR BASSETS COMPETING IN EVENTS. ALL OTHERS FREE. LOTS OF EVENTS SUCH AS POWER NAPPING, LONGEST EARS, DECATHLON, COSTUME, OWNER-DOG LOOK-ALIKE. FOOD AND DOG ITEMS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE. RAFFLE TO RAISE MONEY FOR OREGON BASSET RESCUE.
HAVE YOU EVEN BEEN AT AN EVENT WITH OVER 200 BASSETS? THIS IS IT! THE PARK IS LOVELY AND TREE-SHADED. DOGS ON LEASH OR CRATED, PLEASE.




West Linn
POOCH in the Park
July 14, 2007
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
20100 Willamette Drive
West Linn, OR
Phone:503-697-0623
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Comments:PUT THE BARK BACK IN SUMMER ! Bring your best friends and meet Project POOCH, Inc., for Fun, Frolic, Contests, Prizes, and Treats for all the four legged friends!

Project POOCH is hosting a first-time-ever doggy Benefit and Fun Raiser at the Mary S. Young Dog Park, West Linn, OR.



West Linn
Paws in the Park benefitting WildCat Haven
September 20, 2008
10am
Mary S Young Park Picnic Shelter
West Linn, OR
Phone:503-625-0812
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Comments:Come walk your dogs and help out the wildcats!!!! WildCat Haven rescues abused and neglected captive born wildcats (bobcats, servals, cougar, lynxes). We are an all volunteer 501c3 organization so all money raised goes directly for the care of the 45 cats who live at our sanctuary.Registration fee is $20.00 per dog (2 owners) and $2.00 for each additional owner (maximum 4 owners per dog) and includes lunch at the Cougar Cafe. We will also have Golden Bond Rescue and Animal Aid at the walk showcasing their special needs dogs who are looking for a forever home.



West Linn
Smooch Your Pooch for Project POOCH
February 9, 2011
9:00:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Dog Club, 18675 Willamette Drive
West Linn, OR
Phone:503-635-3523
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Comments:Smooch Your Pooch for PROJECT POOCH!Plant a big one on your furry friend! Be smothered with big wet ones in return! Join The Dog Club of West Linn in celebrating Valentines Day in a special way-with your special pal!The Dog Club invites you and your canine companion to the Kissing Booth. Spend $1 to kiss your pooch. For $5, have your picture taken with your pooch in the Kissing Booth. If you would like to donate food or gear at a discount to Project POOCH, The Dog Club will take your picture for free. The Dog Club will provide the list of items wanted by Project POOCH. Project POOCH offers you a Project POOCH T-shirt for $25. All proceeds go to help Project POOCH.The Kissing Booth will be open during regular business hours at The Dog Club from Wednesday, February 9 through Valentines Day, Monday, February 14, 2011. The Dog Club is located at 18675 Willamette Drive, West Linn, OR. 503-635-3523.Since 1993, Project POOCH has provided opportunities for youth in corrections to develop the skills needed to become productive community members while saving the lives of hundreds of unwanted shelter dogs. Project POOCH matches youth incarcerated at the state youth correctional facility in Woodburn, Oregon with abandoned or abused shelter dogs.The youth work with their dogs daily and practice the principles of positive reinforcement and behavior modification. As youth manage their dogs, they learn how to manage their own behavior. Project POOCH teaches responsibility and trust while helping the young men build a better future. In turn, the youth provide the dogs with food, shelter, patience and basic obedience training. Once the dogs pass the Canine Good Citizens test, the youth help the dogs find forever homes. Visit http://www.pooch.org or call 503-697-0623 for more information on Project POOCH.



Yachats
Call of the Wild Dog Camp Sept 5-7, 2008
September 5, 2008
Friday 1pm to sunday 4pm

Yachats, OR 97498
Phone:503 7404886
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Comments:Young or old, sporty or couch potato, there is something for every dog at this camp!
Training games, walks on the wild side, classes, nature games (treasure tracking, forest agility, river games), dog sports sampler (pre-agility, flyball and more), Just Chillin' sessions (relax & focus, massage, awareness walks, TTouch) and more. Experienced instructors, fabulous environment!
All activities are designed to help you and your dog relax, unwind, enjoy nature, learn new things, and make new friends. Off-leash trails, beach, river, swimming hole, forest, woodland and open meadow await your pleasure.
People- and dog-friendly dogs only. Limited to 30 dogs and their people. No accommodation on-site - contact www.yachats.org for dog friendly lodging options.








 

 


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