The RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield & District branch are inviting all two legged and four legged friends to their annual K9 Party In The Park at Manor Heath Park, Halifax, July 2 from 12-5pm. The self funded branch is hoping to raise crucial funds for the animals in their care, whilst having some fun in the sun and partying with local supporters and their canines!
Fay Gibbons, Events Coordinator said “We’re so excited for the return of one of our biggest annual events; the K9 Party! It’s such a fun-packed day for all the family. Our dog show has a whopping 25 classes, to cater for pooches of all shapes/sizes and breeds. As usual we will have our popular have-a-go agility arena, with our highly trained animal centre staff at the ready to guide you and your dog along the course and not to mention all the interesting stalls and games you can visit throughout the day, this is definitely a party not to be missed!”
Fay said, “As we are a self-funding branch, these events really help us to raise the money needed to continue our animal welfare work and keep the doors of our animal centre open. We’re so grateful for all of our wonderful supporters and we can’t wait to see you all at our K9 Party!”
The event is free but donations are greatly received and all party-goers will receive a free goodie bag! The dog show can be entered from 11.30am on the day and is just £1.50 per class. ‘Best Rescue’, ‘Puppy Love’, ‘Best Junior Handler’ and ‘Celebrity Dog Look-a-like’ are just a few examples of some of the classes that will be running on the day.
To find out more about K9 Party visit the RSPCA Halifax & Huddersfield branches website here: www.rspca-halifaxandhuddersfield.org.uk. You can also find out more on Facebook by searching for ‘K9 Party In The Park 2017’ in local events.
The RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and District Branch are a self-funding branch of the National RSPCA, responsible for raising money locally to support our animal welfare work. Our main aim is to rehabilitate unwanted, abandoned and abused animals and find them loving, permanent homes. We rely on public donations and the generosity of our local community to keep the doors of our animal centre open.