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Fetch! Pet Care of Greater Orlando
202 Naomi Rd
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From: Jan 05, 2013 To: Dec 28, 2014
200 W New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
PET FRIENDLY - The Winter Park Farmers' Market is held at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue, that has been restored into an historical landmark that hosts this NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in Central Florida. The market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more. Please note: The Winter Park Farmers' Market is closed each year on the third Saturday in March due to the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.
From: Jan 06, 2013 To: Dec 29, 2014
Downtown Lake Eola - Every Sunday
A beautiful backdrop of Lake Eola, a centralized location of Downtown Orlando, a host of high-rise condominiums and downtown residents have made the Orlando Farmer's Market's newest location at East Central Blvd and North Eola Drive a great success! As the Orlando Farmer's Market enters its 25th year, it is growing leaps and bounds as it continues adding many new vendors, a brand new wine and beer garden, live entertainment, an outdoor dining area, and themed Sundays to promote pet-friendly, family-friendly, food and wine as well as arts in the park programs. The Orlando Farmer's Market is the hottest place to be Downtown every Sunday from 10am to 4pm!
From: Dec 14, 2013 To: Dec 15, 2013
9899 International Drive, North South Building , Orlando, FL, US 32819
ark your calendars for Celebrate Dogs!! Dec 14, 2013 to Dec 15, 2013 8:00AM to 5:00PM Admission: Adults - $20; Seniors (65+ yrs) - $15; Young adults (13-18 yrs) - $15; Children (2-12 yrs) - $5 Join us at Celebrate Dogs! - the country's largest celebration of man's best friend - returning to Orlando this December. The two-day event presented by the American Kennel Club and Eukanuba boasts an array of showcases sure to excite dog lovers young and old. Meet and play with more than 140 different dog breeds, marvel at talented Eukanuba Dock Dogs, browse dog-themed shopping and of course watch thousands of the world's top canine competitors vie for Best in Show honors at the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship.
From: Jan 01, 2014 To: Jan 31, 2014
The APDT is planning a variety of events this month to celebrate National Train Your Dog Month.
From: Feb 01, 2014 To: Feb 01, 2014
Downtown Lake Eola
The biggest and best FUN-raising pet walk in Central Florida! Join thousands of other animal lovers in your community and show your support for the SPCA of Central Florida! Enjoy pet related vendors, entertainment, raffles and more! All donations recieved from \\\"Paws in the Park\\\" will go back to support the SPCA of Central Florida in their community programming, low cost medical facilities and finding loving permanent homes for thousands of animals! We look forward to seeing you at this year\\\'s walk!
From: Mar 03, 2014 To: Mar 09, 2014
Each year, during the first full week in March, PSI leads a huge promotional push to celebrate the role of professional pet sitters in today's pet-care industry. With news releases on the national scene and support for individul pet sitters at the local level, PPSW tells pet owners about the benefits of in-home pet care. This is also a time for PSI and its members to give back to the animal community that supports the profession of pet sitting. Many PSI members donate a portion of the week's proceeds to their hometown animal charities. And during Professional Pet Sitters Week, PSI makes its annual presentation of the PSI Charity Auction Proceeds. In the past 12 years, more than $60,000 has been donated to animal-related charities on behalf of pet sitters everywhere.
From: Mar 08, 2014 To: Mar 08, 2014
Corrine Commons at Baldwin Park
The 7th Annual Doggie Derby WHO: Thousands of Orlando residents come to cheer on their dog. Dogs of all breeds, ages and sizes are welcome. WHAT: The 7th Annual Doggie Derby brings the community together to celebrate Man's Best Friend while helping kids and families. Families enjoy a festive atmosphere with friends, furry and otherwise. Canines compete with dogs of similar size in a single-elimination, 25-yard sprint race. Champions are declared and trophies and prizes awarded in each of the four weight divisions and the overall winner receives the Grand Prize. WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2013 Owners of registered dogs must check in between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Racing will begin immediately following the singing of the National Anthem at 10:30 a.m. WHERE: Corrine Commons, Baldwin Park, 1913 Meeting Place, Orlando, FL 32814 HOW: A $15 fee will allow you to register your dog online. http://doggiederby.com/register-your-dog/
From: Apr 02, 2014 To: Apr 02, 2014
Park Ave & Canton Ave in Downtown Winter Park - In front of The Doggie Door
11th Annual Doggie Art Festival Presented by The Doggie Door & BullFish Baldwin Park a benefit for the Sebastian Haul Fund Sponsored by Massey Cadillac A fund to assist greyhound organizations with the costs of \"pet hauls\" - moving homeless animals to loving homes in other states.
From: Apr 20, 2014 To: Apr 20, 2014
195 N. Rosalind Ave.
Saturday, April 20, 2014 from 10am to 6pm Lake Eola Park 195 N. Rosalind Ave. Orlando, FL 32801
From: Jun 26, 2014 To: Jun 26, 2014
Started in 1999 'Take Your Dog To Work" day was created to show what great companions dogs are and spotlights the growing need for dog adoptions from humane societies, shelters and rescue groups.
From: Sep 20, 2014 To: Sep 20, 2014
Help stop Puppy Mills which are breeding facilities that produce puppies in large numbers. Documented problems of puppy mills include; unsanitary facilities, overbreeding, inbreeding, disease, minimal veterinary care, poor quality of food and shelter, lack of human socialization, overcrowded cages and the killing of unwanted animals. The HSUS estimates that there are over 150,000 dogs kept as "breeders" in US puppy mills. Each one is an individual whose barren life is an avoidable and unjustifiable tragedy. These dogs produce 2-4 million puppies every year...while more than that dies in shelters every year !! These puppies will be sold through seemingly innocent neighborhood pet stores, fancy websites, and local newspapers. Dogs kept for breeding in puppy mills suffer for years and are bred as often as possible before they are killed, sold through auctions like used cars or abandoned. PUPPY MILLS CONTRIBUTE TO MILLIONS OF UNWANTED DOGS WHO ARE EUTHANIZED EACH YEAR IN THE UNITED STATES. PLEASE DON'T BREED OR BUY WHILE HOMELESS PETS DIE.
From: Oct 01, 2014 To: Oct 31, 2014
October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month and The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) suggests people who are looking for "man's best friend" to check out the millions of dogs at local shelters across the country. ADOPT A PET THIS MONTH AND GET 15% OFF YOUR FIRST FETCH SERVICE.