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Hounds and Sounds Music Fest for Dog Orphans

Dog Orphans holds its first Hounds and Sounds Fest.

Kenny Law and the Law Man Band, Alan and the Alligators and Joe's Equipment are all playing to help the animals this weekend.

Dog Orphans is hosting its first Hounds and Sounds Music Fest on Sunday, Sept. 30, from noon to 6 p.m. at SAC Park in Shrewsbury. 

You can support Dog Orphans Inc. by raising $100 or more and receive free entry for your family into the event plus micro-chipping and registration for your pet (pet must be present). Pledges of $150 or more will receive one free lunch in addition to the free admission and micro-chipping.

Any donations in excess of $200 will receive all previous awards plus a free event T-shirt. Attendees who raise more than $300 will be entered into a drawing to win $200 in MA lottery tickets, along with free entry, micro-chipping, free lunch and t-shirt.

The Uxbridge First Holiday Night Committee provides hot sandwiches, chips, and beverages and Boston Nut Roasters dish out nuts, lemonade and pretzels.

A Sam Adams beer tasting is available, as is a cash bar.

Twin Pearl Photography takes pictures on site of you and your pet, Ten Talents Artistry paints faces (of humans), and massages for both your pet and yourself will be offered by K-9 Hydrotherapy and LaRose Muscular Therapy and Gibson’s Natural Pet trims your dog’s nails.

Other exciting vendors  include: Alan James Robinson, pet portraiture artist; Tim Snow, caricature drawings; Kats Glass; Bella Luce Art Café; The Frost Collection; Pampered Chef; Jolica Jewels; Wildtree Herbs; Fruits of the Spirit Jam and Jellies; Scentsy Candle; The Candy Cottage; KJ Dog Treats; Recycle-Delic Fashions; Silpada Designs; Kimmy’s Cozies; Simply Made; Bernadette Bennett (Aromatherapy); Youngevity; VCA Westboro Animal Hospital and MA Vest-A-Dog.

Activities include volleyball and a horseshoe tournament. This beautiful park is able to accommodate indoor activities so come rain or shine.

Founded in 1971 by a small group of animal lovers in Needham and Wellesley, Dog Orphans has been located in Douglas, MA since 1997. The mission of Dog Orphans is to take in abused, abandoned and unwanted dogs. It is a no-kill shelter that makes sure all our orphans spayed, neutered, given the appropriate vaccines, groomed and nurtured until they can find their forever home. Dog Orphans relies solely on donations to provide these services.

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