Paws in the Park

Start Date: April 7, 2018
End Date: April 7, 2018
Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

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Location: 1000 Johnston Drive, Pineville, NC 28134



Join us for our 6th “Paws in the Park”
FREE Family Event!
Rain or Shine

Please bring your pup out, all friendly dogs are welcome and plan on spending the day with us.

Over 150 vendors, 25 dog rescue groups with dogs available for adoption, “Caution Blind Driver” on stage, “Circus Stella” doing 3 shows, demonstrations, food trucks, kids playground, noon dog walk, and 1st 300 dogs will receive a FREE bandana.

We will also be having some fun dog contests, with CASH prizes!
(Smallest dog (1yr & up), Largest Dog, Best Dog Trick, Best Dressed Female & Best Dressed Male)

We look forward to seeing everyone and we want everyone to be safe and have a GREAT time!

A reminder to dog owners:
1. You are responsible for your pet
2. Please bring only friendly dogs (spayed or neutered a must)
3. Please make sure your pet is up to date on all shots
4. Please bring your own “poop” bags (and clean up after your pet)
5. NO RETRACTABLE leashes will be allowed for the safety of everyone. (If you do have one, we will request that it be kept shorten at all times.
NO Parking: In the Park, reserved for vendor permit parking only.
NO Parking: At Gracelife Church at all, private event.

FREE Parking will be available in the following places within walking distance to Pineville Lake Park.

>>PLEASE, make sure when you do park, that you do not park directly infront of businesses, driveways, fire hydrants or clearly marked no parking zones. Thank you 🙂

Our suggestions:
1. Limited parallel parking on Lakeview Drive
2. Downtown Pineville parking around 220 Main Street, Pineville
3. Towne Market Shopping Center at 315 S. Polk Street, Pineville
4. Pineville Elementary School.





Organized by :  Charlotte Black Dogs Organizer's Address : 5120 Rea Road Tel : Mobile : 704-000-0000 Email : Website :

About the Organizers :

We host a yearly event in the Charlotte, North Carolina area "Paws in the Park" to bring awareness to Black Dog Syndrome.

Homeless black dogs get overlooked every day.
They are the last to find homes and the first to be euthanized.

Contact the Organizer

Event categories: Family Friendly, Featured, and Festivals.

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