Spring is an especially active time for the city, and the festivities aren’t limited to two-legged participants. Deceased Pet Care works to make an appearance or even have a booth at the various pet events in the city so stop by and say hello when you plan to attend any of the following:
Join us as we celebrate with the Gwinnett Humane Society at PAWFest on Saturday, May 5 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The event kicks off early at 9:30 a.m. with a PAWFest “Pack Hike” for the active pet parent and pooch, then continues on with a silent auction and plenty of contests for your pet to show off. Entertainment will include obedience and agility demos from local dog squads, music, and food. Affordable vaccinations will also be offered.
The Atlanta Dog Jog is the perfect time to strap on your running shoes and hit the pavement with your dog. The event, set for May 12, will welcome Victoria Stillwell, star of It’s Me or the Dog, with proceeds going to benefit the Georgia Veterinary Association Foundation and Canine Assistants, a group that breeds and trains service dogs. Runners and walkers of all athletic levels are welcome to join the group on this one mile or two mile course.
Staying active with your pet is a great way to get into shape for bikini season and to enjoy bonding with your furry friend; each of these events involves an activity, from hiking to a 2-mile run, so if you’re up to the challenge, they’re a great opportunity to get your workout in with a smile. Before hitting the course with your canine, review a few tips from - World and the New York Times on hitting the pavement with your companion; their helpful tips will help you to make sure that both you and your pet have the best time possible while out on the trails. Afterwards, be sure to share photos of your day with us on Facebook! We’d love to see you and your pup’s smiling faces after a day at one of these wonderful events.