Who looking for something fun to do and that they can get their pet involve in to? This Saturday, June 2 at 8:00am the Nevada Human Society is having a Walk for Animals. It’s going to be held at the Sparks Marina.
There will be all kinds of fun things for you anf your fluffy friends to do. They will have trainer there, entertainment, food and drinks, and tricks for the animals. They are also having some different contests for prizes, Best-Dressed Pet, Best Pet Tricks, and Best Look-a-Likes.
Come out and bring your pet and help a great cause. Help them raise their goal of $100,000! My friend Alice and Senator Kieckhefer is doing this on Saturday, will you? I will be there.
“Animal Lovers Needed to Help Raise $100,000 for Homeless Pets at
Nevada Humane Society’s Walk for Animals, June 2, Sparks Marina
Two-Mile Fun Walk, Entertainment, Refreshments, Contests
Dog Training Demos & Autographs by Hollywood Dog Trainer Joel Silverman
and MoreAnimal Lovers are needed to help raise $100,000 for homeless pets at Nevada Humane Society’s Walk for Animals on June 2 at the Sparks Marina. This fifth annual Walk for Animals kicks off at 9:00am. Registration opens at 8:00am and festivities continue until 1:00pm.
Joel Silverman, Hollywood animal trainer and Animal Planet star, will be autographing photos and sharing behind-the-scenes secrets of his new show, Dog and Cat Training with Joel Silverman, which will air locally on FOX beginning in September and features pets from Nevada Humane Society. In addition, Silverman’s dog, Foster, will be on hand performing his favorite tricks. Celebrity guests include State Senator Ben Kieckhefer, Sparks Mayor Geno Martini, Reno Mayor Bob Cashell, and Washoe County Commissioner Kitty Jung. Laurie Adamson and Jeff Ryan from Sunny 106.9, NHP Trooper Chuck Allen, Washoe County Regional Animal Services Manager Barry Brode,and John Murphy from Reno News & Review will also be in attendance. “We are expecting over 1,000 walkers, many with their canine friends,” said Bonney Brown, the executive director of Nevada Humane Society. “This event is so important to us, as the funds go to help homeless animals arriving at our shelter daily. Last year over 10,000 animals received care and shelter at
Nevada Humane Society. We expect to care for that many again this year.”
Walkers who raise $30 or more receive a t-shirt and those who raise more receive additional prizes. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the refreshments and entertainment, including, face painting, pet contests, exhibitors including sponsors Petco and the Petco Foundation, pet adoptions and more. Pets can enter the following contests for prizes: Best-Dressed Pet, Best Pet Tricks, and Best Look-a-Likes. You can register for the Walk for Animals online or by using a printed brochure, which can be
downloaded from the NHS website, picked up at the shelter or at one of many local businesses. More information, online registration, and downloadable forms for the Walk for Animals are available at NevadaHumaneSociety.org.
About Nevada Humane Society: Nevada Humane Society is a non-profit, charitable, no kill shelter creating a no-kill community. NHS works to find homes and provide care for homeless animals. Our work is made possible by donations.” Taken for their new release where can be found at: http://www.nevadahumanesociety.org/