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2019 PAWS Pet Parade
Over 200 paws hit the pavement for the pet parade
April 1, 2019
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ifty-six dogs registered for the 2019 PAWS Pet Parade. They walked and rode, were pushed and even carried. Judges were bribed and fundraising goals were reached. PAWS, the Pamlico Animal Welfare Society, raises funds for their New Leash on Life program, sponsors a spay and neuter program, and more in Pamlico County.

The Pamlico Correctional Center, where the New Leash on Life program takes places, suffered fire damage and cannot currently continue the program. PAWS has several dogs who were destined for the program, but now need homes. Contact PAWS at 252-745-7297 for more.

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Big dogs, little dogs – all were there.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Ben Rauch and his shoulder-dog, Rosie.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Bonnie and Suzy Q take a stroll down Freemason St with their humans.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Tiny Teacup Poodle Camille won for Cutest.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
A quick greeting in the park.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Toto’s owner passed away, PAWS is fostering him until a new home can be found. Interested? Call PAWS at 252-745-7297
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Lola watches the parade from the basket.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Leia and Yoda, better known as Traci Nolin and Gidget.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Gussy wasn’t the only participant dressed in bunny ears. She was the only one doubling as a child carrier.
PAWS Pet Parade 2019
Former Pet of the Month, Chip. Chip and his owner were too late to join the parade, but came to cheer on the others.

Award winners (and more from the parade) on the next page…

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Posted Monday April 1, 2019 by Allison DeWeese


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