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May 13, 2014 > Paws & Tails

Paws & Tails

Submitted By the Union City Police Department

Help save a life and adopt a pet when the Union City Police Department hosts ÒUC Paws & Tails,Ó a community event in support of animal adoptions and welfare. This will be Union CityÕs 2nd annual Animal Adoption event. Our mission is to provide an outlet for the community to easily access affordable vaccinations for their pets, animal licensing, adoptions, and to provide information regarding the care and control of animals.

Paws & Tails at Kennedy Park on Sunday, May 18, is a free event that will offer pet adoptions, $5 vaccines, Union City Animal Services Dog Licensing, games, face painting, food, music and more. Pet owners can show off their dressed up furry friends in the Pet Costume Parade; there is no fee to participate, but contestants must enter at the information booth by 12:30 p.m. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be awarded.

The event is supported by Fremont Animal Shelter, Alameda Animal Shelter, German Shepard Rescue of Northern California, Golden Gate Basset Rescue, Friends of SVACA, Rocket Dog Rescue, Ohlone Humane Society Wildlife, Sulpher Creek Wildlife and more.

Vendors will include The Pack Leader Mobile Grooming, Cali K9 Solutions, Chantal Ferrini Photography, GaiaÕs Dog Training, Good Dog Day Care, Halo Dog Training, Petsmart, Woodrow Wear, WagginÕ Tails, Safeway, Jamba Juice, Ole Cafˇ, Quick Dog Catering, All About Pets VCA, Central Veterinary Hospital, Mission San Jose VCA, and Ohlone Veterinary Emergency Clinic.


U. C. Paws & Tails
Sunday, May 18
10 a.m. Ð 4 p.m.
Kennedy Park
1333 Decoto Rd, Union City
(510) 675-5234
http://www.unioncity.org
Free

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