(Columbus, OH- June 14, 2019) Private School Pups will host the 1st Annual Small Dog Rescue Race and Costume Contest on August 25th, 2019. The festivities begin at 1 p.m. and last until 5 p.m., at Land Grand Brewery, 424 W. Town St., Columbus, OH 43215.
For this event, only small dogs should be registered - any type of dog in this category is fine. In general, that means dogs of 20 lbs or less. If you are wondering if your dog's size is OK, please contact Private School Pups at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a $25.00 race registration fee that secures a spot for your small dog to take part in the festivities. This includes a race bandana and fun prizes for all dogs that participate. There is also an optional purchase of a Rescue Race t-shirt available for any human that wants one for $15.00.
Registration is free for the pet costume contest.Just show up to the event with your furry best friend (of any size!) dressed in costume. Bring your chairs to enjoy the pet costume parade that will showcase a wealth of creativity by owners. Costume 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be given for doggies and their human friends.
Proceeds from the eventwill be used to provide grants for training and educating fosters.
Private School Pups is a charity whose mission is to end the euthanasia of dogs at shelters due to improper identification of a dog's needs that can be addressed with guided and/or professional training.
"As an active volunteer within the rescue community for years, I often found myse!f wondering why dogs are euthanized or returned to shelters. With my experience, I believe a lack of education and training/or both the adopter and dog can lead to so many missed opportunities for permanent adoption. Private School Pups is
providing the funding assistance for education and training necessary for dogs and handlers desperately needed to help end euthanasia across our local shelters." - Monica Mosure, Founder