Black Dog Animal Rescue and Cowboy Dodge to host 2nd Annual Summer Mutt Fair.
The second annual Summer Mutt Fair, Wyoming’s largest outdoor pet expo, will take place Saturday, June 14th in Lion’s Park from 10am-2pm in front of the amphitheater.
This exciting event is meant to bring pet lovers together with local product and service providers in celebration and camaraderie. Vendors include local dog trainers, various animal shelters and rescue groups with adoptable pets, keepsake sales, and household gifts and jewelry.
Additional attractions include live music to be performed by Thee Harriman Exit, as well as BDAR’s Kiss-a-Bull booth, a “Kids Corner” with crafts and games hosted by the Cheyenne Firefighters Local 279 Auxiliary group, a dog-shaming photo contest, and low-cost microchips – an effective and permanent way to identify your beloved pet.
Last year’s event saw over 1200 attendees and their well-behaved pets. The first 250 attendees will receive free goodie bags at check-in. All attendees are encouraged to visit the check-in booth for information and a chance to enter a 50/50 raffle.
Browse Black Dog Animal Rescue’s new line of promotional merchandise and learn about and sign up for volunteer opportunities. The Summer Mutt Fair is FREE to attend and all are welcome.
We will also be featuring Angie, a long-time resident who just hasn't had a serious adopter look at her yet. She is a bundle of personality wrapped up in really soft fur! Her foster parents say she is the perfect size for cuddling, which is her favorite thing to do! She loves all people and her foster family says she will even talk to them when she doesn’t think she is getting enough attention. She gets along great with all sizes of dogs, is house and kennel trained, but still perfecting my leash skills. She was a transfer from CAS. Her foster mom Bailey,
volunteer extraordinaire, will be at the segment with me because Angie is busy and might be a pain to hold onto if she isn't focused or settled.