Dog Days of Summer! DIG in the Park!

August 20, 2007 at 10:04 pm

Last Thursday was DIG’s Dog Days of Summer event! It was held at the Boulevard Brewery and City Pets was glad to be a sponsor and a guest! Owners Tim and Winnie, Manager Ryan and employee ME (Sara), plus my special guest, were pleased to be there!

There was free food and drinks, a silent auction, a fun Frisbee demonstration from a talented little dog, and a MOST exciting raffle drawing! City Pets offered the grand prize; one whole year of free dog food!

Here are Tim and Winnie talking with one of the ladies from Spay and Neuter KC!

Winnie & Tim @ DIG’s Dog Days

Tim & SNKC

Ryan enjoyed the beautiful Boulevard view!

Ryan enjoys beverages @ Boulevard!

Zeke was pleased to be a guest!

Zeke loves doggies!

The Raffle Drawing was so fun and exciting!

Dog Days Raffle Drawing!

Angie Jeffries won the City Pets & Ponds grand prize! One year’s worth of free dog food!

Winning Action Shot!

City Pets & Ponds staff was there to congratulate the lucky winner! :) Angie came in the next day to claim her first bag of free food!

Ryan, Tim, Angie, Sara…

It was a great time and we at City Pets were glad to support such a fun and caring group of pet lovers, like us! See you next time!

~Sara!

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