Amarillo Muttfest 2021 finally takes place in a new location
Your dogs look a lot like you and they are all about to come 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 go out and mingle with others.
Finally Muttfest is back for 2021. They were canceled by Covid last year like everything else. New for this year is a new location. They move to the Starlight Ranch Event Center. Lots of space for your dogs.
All of this to help the Amarillo SPCA and they do a great job every year. This year there will be live music. It is also new. Oh and the previous stuff that we are looking forward to. We must not miss the silent auction. No, there are still a lot of good things you can bid on. They will still have their much sought after shooting clinic. So definitely take advantage.
According to the Amarillo SPCA Facebook page:
Muttfest is just a few days away! Sunday, May 23 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Starlight Ranch Event Center, 1415 Sunrise Drive.
Lone Star Veterinary Services will be holding their shooting clinic. $ 12. per shot or $ 30. for the combo of shots. Bring these dogs!
Many vendors will arrive early (9-11) and set up before the doors open at noon.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers will have his trailer there and will do KID’S ID’S.
SPCA SILENT AUCTION is something not to be missed. Over 100 items to bid on. Remember this is a fundraiser.
The Amarillo SPCA sales booth will have MUTTFEST ‘BARK WARS’ t-shirts and other animal print t-shirts. Also dog blankets and toys, even fun Muttfest stickers.
Live music by Touching Voodoo and others.
Enter your dog in one of the pet competitions. Register the registration forms at the SPCA sales booth.
Bring your family, friends and fur babies for a fun day out.
This Sunday is therefore a great day for your family and your dogs. Don’t miss out and take advantage of the new location, it’s absolutely free.
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