DoggieStock music festival to raise funds for local pets

Valley Animal Partners set to host Doggie Stock music festival Sept. 8.

  • Friday, August 3, 2018 8:30am
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The DoggieStock music festival is coming to Tollgate Farm Park Sept. 8.

There will be live music, pet adoptions, Doggie Olympics, pet costume contests, agility and search and rescue demonstrations, exhibitors, food trucks and a beer garden.

DoggieStock benefits Valley Animal Partners (VAP), a group of local businesses and individuals interested in the welfare of locally owned pets. With ever-increasing costs of veterinary care, many pets in the area don’t receive the medical attention they need— especially spay and neuter services.

VAP would like to change that. Their mission is to raise funds to help Snoqualmie Valley seniors, veterans, and families with limited income to spay or neuter their pets.

All sponsorships are due by Aug. 31.

For more information, visit DoggieStock Music Benefit on Facebook.

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