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WOOF STOCK at Tumbleweed Park!


Woofstock -- The Great Chandler Dog Walk


MEMBERS OF AZ PET PROFESSIONALS and VETEK CHIC ON WHEELS WILL BE THERE!

Schedule of Activities

9:00 am         Event Begins
                     Good Dog Agility Demonstration
9:15 am         Come Back Buddy performs
10:00 am       Good Dog Agility Demonstration
10:45 am       Exit 40 performs
11:15 am       Good Dog Agility Demonstration
12:00 pm       Pets on Parade
12:30 pm       The Villains performs

 
Saturday, November 17, 2012
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tumbleweed Park
Free Admission; Fee to Participate in Walk



Don't forget your FrontLine Plus, flea and tick preventive first! 
You will be walking in grassy areas with lots of dogs around. Make sure your pet does not go home with unwanted "passengers"!


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This will be Pet Butler's fifth year donating our cleanup services at Chandler's Woofstock event.  Our entire staff loves to attend Woofstock.  We all get to meet so many wonderful dogs and their owners.  Although we are constantly monitoring the event area for "piles", we still get to find the time to watch some of the great contests and demonstrations going on as well as to visit some of the interesting booths at Woofstock.  The staff for the American Service Animal Society as well as the City of Chandler are awesome to work with.  They really DOO know how to put on a great event!



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