Your dogs are a lot like you and they are all about getting out of the house. They want to see their friends and make new ones. This weekend is a great time for your fur babies to get out and mingle with others.

Finally Muttfest is back for 2021. They were Covid cancelled last year like everything else.  New for this year is a new location. They are moving to Starlight Ranch Event Center.  A lot of area for your dogs to play.

This is all to help out Amarillo's SPCA and they do a great job every year putting this on. This year there will be live music. That is also new. Oh and the previous stuff we are looking forward to. We don't have to miss out on the silent auction. Nope still a lot of great things for you to bid on. They still will have their much sought after shot clinic. So definitely take advantage of that.

According to Amarillo SPCA's Facebook page:

Muttfest is just a few days away! Sunday, May 23rd from 12 noon to 5 p.m. at Starlight Ranch Event Center, 1415 Sunrise Drive.

Lone Star Veterinary Services will be holding their Shot Clinic. $12. per shot or $30. for the combo of shots. Bring those dogs!
Lots of Vendors will be coming in early (9-11) and setting up before the gates open at 12 noon.
Admission is Free.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers will have their trailer there and doing KID'S ID'S.
SPCA SILENT AUCTION is something you don't want to miss. Well over 100 items to bid on. Remember, this is a fundraiser.
Amarillo SPCA sales booth will have MUTTFEST 'BARK WARS' t-shirts and other animal print t-shirts. Also blankets and dog toys, even fun Muttfest stickers.
Live music by Touching Voodoo and others.
Enter your dog in one of the pet contests. Sign up entry forms at the SPCA sales booth.
Bring you family, friends and fur babies for a fun day.
So this Sunday is a big day for your family and your dogs. Don't miss out and enjoy the new location, This is absolutely free.

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