Grab your furry friend and join us for “Doggy’s Day Out,” a FREE pampering event dedicated to your dog and your caring family that provides them a home.
In celebration of Adopt-A-Dog Month, the event will benefit Nemo Paws, an area non-profit that provides pet food and supplies to shelters and the homeless, rescues dogs from crisis zones, and helps them find their “furever” home. Nemo Paws will be accepting monetary donations to support their mission. You can also support Nemo Paws at their Go Fund Me page.
Ooh-La-La Mobile Pet Spa of Grand Rapids, Minn., will be providing complimentary nail trims. Dogs who arrive between 12-1 p.m. can be entered to win a free grooming on site!
Itasca Dog Lodge, also of Grand Rapids, will be giving away a free night's stay.
Paws Unlimited Dog Training of Grand Rapids will give away a private dog training lesson!
All pooches are welcome to FREE doggie treats and to enter the “cutest dog” contest for a chance to win a $100 cash prize. The first 100 furry families will be treated to a complimentary BBQ lunch.
A brand new doghouse and a pair of Ultra Paws Durable Dog Boots will also be given away.
Visitors are also welcome to check out Northwoods Realty’s newly remodeled offices. Local radio station 96.9 FM KMFY will be broadcasting live on site from 12-3 p.m.
Please note: All dogs must be on leashes at all times and vaccinations must be current.
The “Doggy’s Day Out” event will take place at:
Location: Coldwell Banker Northwoods Realty
Address: 812 South Pokegama Ave., Grand Rapids, Minn. 55744
Date: Saturday, October 13
Time: 12 – 4 p.m.
Cost: FREE - open to all dogs and their families
“We are lucky enough to help people in the Grand Rapids community find new homes every day,” said Mike Kellin, owner/broker of Coldwell Banker Northwoods Realty in Grand Rapids, Minn. “Now, we get to extend that service to pets in need by supporting Nemo Paws. It’s a win-win.”
Call us at 218-326-3455 with any questions!
For more on where to adopt a pet in the area visit http://www.adoptapet.com/homesfordogs.