Visit the Dog Day Festival This Year

Every year in September,  Nashville is the favorite place to join animals and animal lovers from all over the US. The dog Festival in Nashville is hosted by the NHA – Nashville Humane Association. This Festival is dedicated to remembering ourselves how our pets are important part of our lives. It is also one of the nicest ways to say „thank you“ to all dog lovers and dogs, and a way of finding new homes for thousands of dogs that are homeless.

As once the executive director of the NHA – Mary Boatfield said, this festival represents a way of encouraging our neighbors to spend a day with animals, and to even adopt one. The main goal of this even though is raising enough money for the NHA to provide them with enough resources for caring about animals that areentrusted to them. The fundraising event will be followed by Music City Mutt Strutt concert. Some of the sponsors of this event are: Pedigree, PetSupermarket, Big Dogs, Fifth Third private bank, Genesco, Freeland Superstore, Baxter & Bailey Company, Greymont, The Farm, The Humane Society, and many others.

The Dog Day Festival will be held in Centennial Park, Middle Tennessee on Saturday, September 22nd. This will be the 23rd Annual Dog Day festival. There will be a lot of Interesting activities for both dogs and their owners including agility clinics, training clinics, K9 contests, great music and food, and much more. You will be also able to find whatever you need for your lovely pet starting from dog clothes, to dog toys. The huge shopping pavilion will offer services and products from the NHA Store, Teddy’s Wagon with adoptable pets and microchip clinics, Pet Portraits, Doggie Arts & Crafts and much more.

The event is not free though. With a paid adult, children until 10 years can enter for free. Admission per adult and children older than 10 is $5.

If you are a vendor, interested in participating on this event, you can find all the information on this link:

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