Sun, Sep 16

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1 Bald Mountain Rd, Scranton, PA 18507

Paws in the Park

This is a free event to benefit Griffin Pond Animal Shelter. Proudly sponsored by Toyota of Scranton. Celebrate our furry friends with over 30 vendors, two food trucks, VCA of Dunmore's low-cost Microchip and Rabies shot tent, and Pet CPR training provided by our Humane Officer, Lisa Devlin.

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Paws in the Park

Time & Location

Sep 16, 2018, 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM

1 Bald Mountain Rd, Scranton, PA 18507

About the event

ABOUT PAWS IN THE PARK – Paws in the Park, is a family friendly event providing humane education and adoption awareness in a fun, relaxed atmosphere along with a variety of animal demonstrations, craft vendors, local merchants, face painting, balloon animals, photo booths, food trucks, and more! This event is proudly sponsored by Toyota of Scranton.

**Interested in becoming a vendor? Please apply online by following this link https://goo.gl/forms/iDd4ZgStkCwg7HUF3

Or email Amber@Griffinpondas.com for downloadable application. Deadline for vendor applications is September 1st!!**

PAWS IN THE PARK is a FREE EVENT but DONATIONS ARE WELCOME! Donations received help fund the care of over 200 animals at the shelter on a daily basis as well as animal welfare programs.

NEW for 2018WE WILL FEATURE WOOLLY BEAR DJ Paws in the Park, in conjunction with volunteers from VCA DUNMORE will be hosting a LOW COST RABIES VACCINE AND MICROCHIP

CLINIC. COST: $10 RABIES VACCINE/ $20 MICROCHIP please note-all animals must be in a leash or in a carrier.

Don’t have a pet? No worries!

PAWS IN THE PARK IS NOT JUST FOR PET OWNERS – ALL ARE WELCOME! While all pets are welcome and encouraged to attend (we especially love to visit with our shelter alumni), attendees do not have to have a pet to attend.

For more information about Griffin Pond Animal Shelter or Paws in the Park, visit www.griffinpondanimalshelter.com

ABOUT THE SHELTER - Griffin Pond Animal Shelter is a 501(c)3, nonprofit organization serving Lackawanna County since 1938. Our Mission is to provide the best quality of life for animals entrusted to our care until new loving homes may be found; to promote humane education, adoption awareness and responsible pet ownership as well as investigate, help prosecute and prevent cruelty to animals; speaking for those that cannot speak for themselves.

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