SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., Sep 24 2012: The San Francisco SPCA is throwing a street party, San Francisco style, on Sunday, September 30th from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The second annual DOGMA: Live in SF, Love in SF event will include a pet talent contest, FREE adoptions, booths from local small businesses, acupuncture for both you and your pet, and advice from SF SPCA training and veterinary experts. Octavia Street between Hayes and Fell will be closed to cars so pet guardians can enjoy the space with their animals.
DOGMA is a celebration of what it means to be San Franciscan. It focuses on community, local business, social responsibility, and the love we have for our pets.
“At the SF SPCA, we understand San Francisco pride and we're excited to be throwing an event in celebration of it," said Jason Walthall, SF SPCA co-president. "DOGMA is a great chance for animal lovers to connect with each other, local businesses, and their animals. They might even meet their new best friend; we'll have adoptable animals on site, along with our rescue partners, and all SF SPCA adoption fees will be waived at DOGMA!"
The event also offers a great opportunity for pets to shine in the pet talent contest,1:30 p.m. to 2:30pm. It's open to animals of all kinds, and winners will receive prizes that they and their pets will both love. Costumes do count as a talent!
Experts will be on-site at the “Ask a Vet” and “Ask a Trainer” booths. Everyone is invited to stop by with any questions they have about their pet’s health or behavior.
Sponsors of DOGMA include 7x7 Magazine and the San Francisco Parks Alliance
For more information about DOGMA, visit 7x7.com/sfdogma2012 or sfspca.org/dogma