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This parade is one of America's largest Pooch Parades. There are usually about 2,500 dogs and 9,000 people. It is an annual event that is designed for people and their dogs to have fun. The parade helps to create awareness of homeless pets and is a great place to adopt a dog. If you already have a dog, be sure to bring him or her to the event. The parade is held every year on the fourth Saturday of April. It is held near the intersection of High Street and State Route 161 in Olde Worthington.
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