Yappy Hour was a ‘pawsome’ good time

Information submitted by Sherry Evans

After a few rain delays and soggy field misadventures, members of the Big Canoe Dog Park Social Club finally could yap and howl together at a pup parents’ pawty at Wildcat Pavilion.

Crowds of Big Canoe newbies were there, some meeting other doggy devotees for the first time. “Tails” were told of four-legged adventures and mishaps as training tips were shared.
Dog Park committee member Sandy Pullara was the popular bartender extraordinaire as she kept cranking out “Pawgritas,” always shaken not stirred.

Big Canoe Animal Rescue (BCAR) received paw presents as party-goers brought paper towels, dish and hand soap, newspapers, plastic grocery bags and unopened bags of dog food to share with the BCAR pups waiting for “fur-ever” homes.

T-shirts, hats, bandanas and magnets arrived just in time for the party. All proudly wear the Sloppy Kisses insignia. Selling shirts and other items are part of the fundraising effort to buy equipment for Diamond Dog Park.

The second round of merchandise orders will be going in soon so if you haven’t purchased your dog park uniform yet, contact Karen Waters at kwaterbear@aol.com and join the pack.

If you’d like to join this doggone fun group, check out the Big Canoe Dog Park Social Club Facebook page or contact Sherry Evans at srevans284@gmail.com
Plenty of summer pawty plans are in the works, pups included!

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