demonstration. Pup-Kour is a fun way to build confidence and athleticism in a dog while also providing both physical and mental challenge. FitPaws equipment is used to build front and hind body strength and awareness as well as core and balance skills.
Friends of Lucas County Dogs provided an opportunity to immortalize a dog’s paw prints by having them paint on canvas. With the help of volunteers, dogs stepped on a canvas with washable paints and their paw prints became a keepsake and a piece of art.
There were 15+ baskets raffled off, including a gigantic dog bed filled with all sorts of canine goodies donated by Charles Boyk Law Offices. Other generous donors were: Pet People, Pet Wants Perrysburg, Susan Robinson, Indian Creek Zoo, Pizza Cat, Jonathon Khoi Nail Spa, True Rest Float Spa, Shorty’s True American Roadhouse, Inside the Five Brewing Company, Toledo Pet Farm, Three Dog Bakery – Toledo, Pet Massage, Glass City Dog Park, John Chilcote, Robin Murphy and Marcia Burlen.
Laura Simmons-Wark from LC4 was there with an adoptable dog, Taco; Lindsey Stewart provided face painting and Alumni t-shirts were sold as a remembrance of the day.
Friends of Lucas County Dogs looks forward to next year’s event being bigger and better. As soon as a date is established, we’ll post on the website and Facebook page so everyone can mark their calendars.