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AnimalKind’s First Doggie Easter Egg Hunt!

Great Dane Dog Isolated on WhiteEvery year as spring fills the air, people look forward to celebrating Easter with friends and family. During our childhoods we all looked forward to participating in an Easter egg hunt. Whether it was scouring the backyard, or a local field to find the biggest, fullest plastic eggs loaded with assorted candies, we all experienced the joy of these annual events. As a little girl I ran around local Easter egg hunts with my basket, and a determination to find as many candy-filled eggs as possible. The biggest prize of all was finding one of the few golden eggs containing a “special treat.” Even when the last egg had been found, I would beg to keep looking in case one was still hiding.

This year let your furry friend in on the family fun by bringing him or her to AnimalKind’s first annual Doggie Easter Egg Hunt! This April AnimalKind is partnering with Caswell Pet Lifeline to put on the event. Let your dog use that marvelous nose of theirs to sniff out all the hidden treats. The event will be held at Caswell County Parks and Recreation in Yanceyville.

The details:

On Saturday, April 4th at 11 a.m. grab your dog and some bunny ears, and head on over to Caswell County Parks and Recreation in Yanceyville! The event is free to all participants. Those who join us will have the opportunity to collect dog treats, win prizes and receive a doggie bag filled with pet items and discount coupons. “Baskets” will be provided to all our furry participants.

In order to participate in this event, dogs must be non-aggressive, current on all shots, and be on a leash at all times. We encourage participants to pre-register, but registration will also be available at the event beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Please visit the AnimalKind events page for registration and more information.

-Lauren Adams, AnimalKind Volunteer

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