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Responsible Dog Ownership Day Planned

St. John Animal Care Center (ACC) will be teaming up with the American Kennel Club to present “Responsible Dog Ownership Day.” The event, a mixture of fun and education, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Bring your dog for fun and socialization time and the rescue reunion of ACC dogs and their owners. Take the responsible dog owner’s pledge. Watch a demonstration of the Canine Good Citizen Test. There will be a doggie dunking for tennis balls and great prizes in a pool, K9 agility demonstrations and free health screening. Attendees can license their dogs through the St. John Animal Care Center.
For more information, call Paul Jordan, education chairman for the St. John Animal Care Center, at 513-3703.
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St. John Animal Care Center (ACC) will be teaming up with the American Kennel Club to present “Responsible Dog Ownership Day.” The event, a mixture of fun and education, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Bring your dog for fun and socialization time and the rescue reunion of ACC dogs and their owners. Take the responsible dog owner’s pledge. Watch a demonstration of the Canine Good Citizen Test. There will be a doggie dunking for tennis balls and great prizes in a pool, K9 agility demonstrations and free health screening. Attendees can license their dogs through the St. John Animal Care Center.
For more information, call Paul Jordan, education chairman for the St. John Animal Care Center, at 513-3703.