CAPS Day at the Park

Dogs and their owners took part in the Community Animal Protection Society (CAPS) “Day at the Park” event held Saturday; September 16. CAPS has had annual fall 5K in the past, but with the new agility equipment provided by Henry Glynn for his Eagle Scout project, the CAPS Board decided to have a “Day in the Park” at the Sabetha Pet Park. Mariah Cole provided education on the equipment and how to teach a dog to use the equipment. A variety of dogs attended, from very large dogs to a Pomeranian. The dogs enjoyed running and playing with each other, and their owners also enjoyed visiting. Homemade dog treats, along with gifts and prizes for owners were provided. The park was recently sprayed for fleas this fall season to make the park more enjoyable for your animal. The City of Sabetha maintained the park this summer, including trimming trees and installation of water for animal use.
Dogs and their owners took part in the Community Animal Protection Society (CAPS) “Day at the Park” event held Saturday; September 16. CAPS has had annual fall 5K in the past, but with the new agility equipment provided by Henry Glynn for his Eagle Scout project, the CAPS Board decided to have a “Day in the Park” at the Sabetha Pet Park. Mariah Cole provided education on the equipment and how to teach a dog to use the equipment. A variety of dogs attended, from very large dogs to a Pomeranian. The dogs enjoyed running and playing with each other, and their owners also enjoyed visiting. Homemade dog treats, along with gifts and prizes for owners were provided. The park was recently sprayed for fleas this fall season to make the park more enjoyable for your animal. The City of Sabetha maintained the park this summer, including trimming trees and installation of water for animal use.
Dogs and their owners took part in the Community Animal Protection Society (CAPS) “Day at the Park” event held Saturday; September 16. CAPS has had annual fall 5K in the past, but with the new agility equipment provided by Henry Glynn for his Eagle Scout project, the CAPS Board decided to have a “Day in the Park” at the Sabetha Pet Park. Mariah Cole provided education on the equipment and how to teach a dog to use the equipment. A variety of dogs attended, from very large dogs to a Pomeranian. The dogs enjoyed running and playing with each other, and their owners also enjoyed visiting. Homemade dog treats, along with gifts and prizes for owners were provided. The park was recently sprayed for fleas this fall season to make the park more enjoyable for your animal. The City of Sabetha maintained the park this summer, including trimming trees and installation of water for animal use.
Dogs and their owners took part in the Community Animal Protection Society (CAPS) “Day at the Park” event held Saturday; September 16. CAPS has had annual fall 5K in the past, but with the new agility equipment provided by Henry Glynn for his Eagle Scout project, the CAPS Board decided to have a “Day in the Park” at the Sabetha Pet Park. Mariah Cole provided education on the equipment and how to teach a dog to use the equipment. A variety of dogs attended, from very large dogs to a Pomeranian. The dogs enjoyed running and playing with each other, and their owners also enjoyed visiting. Homemade dog treats, along with gifts and prizes for owners were provided. The park was recently sprayed for fleas this fall season to make the park more enjoyable for your animal. The City of Sabetha maintained the park this summer, including trimming trees and installation of water for animal use.
Dogs and their owners took part in the Community Animal Protection Society (CAPS) “Day at the Park” event held Saturday; September 16. CAPS has had annual fall 5K in the past, but with the new agility equipment provided by Henry Glynn for his Eagle Scout project, the CAPS Board decided to have a “Day in the Park” at the Sabetha Pet Park. Mariah Cole provided education on the equipment and how to teach a dog to use the equipment. A variety of dogs attended, from very large dogs to a Pomeranian. The dogs enjoyed running and playing with each other, and their owners also enjoyed visiting. Homemade dog treats, along with gifts and prizes for owners were provided. The park was recently sprayed for fleas this fall season to make the park more enjoyable for your animal. The City of Sabetha maintained the park this summer, including trimming trees and installation of water for animal use.

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