Dogs ready to party at Wag ‘n’ Walk

Greenbank Farm goes to the dogs on Sunday, Aug. 26 with the annual Wag ’n’ Walk, a celebration of all things canine.

Greenbank Farm goes to the dogs on Sunday, Aug. 26 with the annual Wag ’n’ Walk, a celebration of all things canine.

The free event for dogs and their people is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features games and contests, local vendors and a king and queen contest and coronation. Events include a Washington State Patrol search-dog demonstration and a silent auction.

The annual event, sponsored by Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation, is a celebration of the rescue efforts of WAIF supporters and a chance to educate the community about the adoption of homeless animals.

Dogs available for adoption also will be at the event.

The event is co-presented by FETCH. For information, visit waifanimals.org.

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