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Tails & Trails
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Date/Time
Saturday, September 21st 2013 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
USD Campus

Heartland Humane Society invites the community to celebrate pets with its annual Tails & Trails event Saturday, September 21st  from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Old Ice Rink on USD campus near North Complex dorms.

The event will include games, a poker walk and pet contests. The event is free and poker cards will be $5. The top three winning hands will receive prizes. Games will include a canine limbo contest, hoola hoop jump and more.

Attendees are encouraged to come with or without a pet. All healthy, friendly and vaccinated animals are welcomed. Heartland Humane Society’s adoptable dogs will also be on hand to meet.

Donations to the shelter will be accepted as well, with all proceeds going toward the care of our shelter pets. Shelter merchandise and a micro-chipping workshop will also be available to purchase.

A pet contest will be held at 10:45a.m. The contest categories are Best Trick, Best Dressed, and Most Unusual. First place prize packages will be awarded.

For more information, contact Schmidt at 605-664-4244.  Visit Heartland Humane Society online at www.heartlandhumanesociety.net.

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