Sunday, October 19, 2008

Two Halloween Events

The SF Bay Area sure loves it some Halloween. Here are two fun events coming up for dog lovers and pit bull supporters.

1. Saturday, Oct 25 12-4pm
Treats and Tricks
at the Oakland Animal Shelter
1101 29th Avenue

Come see where our Ambassadogs live! Costume contest for dogs, Halloween photos, Tour of the shelter - Get a sneak preview of BR's new Pit Bull Love Shack. Bring treats for the dogs. BR Ambassadogs will be doing tricks for you at 2:30.
OAS Party Details



2. Friday, Oct 31 - 6-9pm
Paws & Claws
Fundraiser for BR

2023 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland

This is going to be a sweet party. Costume parade through the Diamond District at 6pm, then back to Paws & Claws for a campfire, food and drinks. Fun!

Paws & Claws Party Details




Above: Juliette the Bunny Princess lives in NJ with her person, Maho.

And left, Robert Heller of MN created this gargoyle costume for Sonja Joy. Both dogs won BR's online costume contest in 2004.


Woof!
You just gotta LOVE this red/red demon dog.
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Oakland: 2 out of 3 ain't bad
Thanks to all who came out to the Oakland City Council budget cuts mtng on Oct 16. The council heard our pleas, and 2 of the 3 endangered positions at the shelter are safe. Whew. 

5 comments:

Nancy said...

LOVE Sonja Joy's costume!

She looks just like my "Bently" ... but I don't think he'd allow those wings,=)

Kari in Redwood City said...

I may just have to bring my girls to one of the events! Now to get them costumes...

chelsea said...

LOL! Those pictures should be titled "Why Pit Bulls Bite People." I wish we lived in the Bay Area and could join in the festivities. My piebald pittie is going as a cow. Have fun guys!

Anonymous said...

Paws and Claws rocks! They always help costumers like me out! Always willing to order products for you :)

Pam said...

Indeed, a BIG thank you to those who voiced their opinions about the need to keep staff on board at OAS.
They have so many dogs . . . while spending approximately twenty minutes this past Saturday afternoon in the OAS lobby, I witnessed two owner-surrenders and one dog-at-large drop-off. Twenty minutes.