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9th Annual Charity Dog Wash
Family Fun
Date: July 21, 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location: Show map
Dogtopia of Charlotte
616 Springbrook Road
Charlotte, NC 28217

Contact: Ellie Mannix
Phone: 954 893 9150
Email: emannix@fish-consulting.com

Dogtopia, a national dog day care franchise, will host its 9th Annual Charity Dog Wash to benefit dogs who work year-round.  From East coast to West coast, all 29 stores, including Charlotte's very own, will participate in the nationwide event to raise money for Veterans Moving Forward, a not for profit organization that provides dogs to assist veterans with physical and mental challenges -- enhancing their quality of life, helping with healing/recovery and often providing a new outlook on life. Charlotte's dog owners are invited to bring their dog(s) in for a bath given by Dogtopia’s trained team members and volunteers. The event will feature give-ways, food, photo booths, fun and games for the whole family.  A $15 per dog wash donation is requested.  Dogtopia has set out to raise $30,000 for working dogs helping veterans across the United States.




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