July Fourth Might Be Too Noisy For Dogs But There Still Is An Event That Dogs Could Enjoy

Dogs getting ready for a dog show

In Ozark County, Missouri, dogs will be able to enjoy lots of events during the Fourth of July. The upcoming celebrations might be too noisy for dogs but the scheduled dog show will be a fun way to get doggos’ minds off of the noisy annual event.

A dog show will be part of the Fourth of July events in Missouri.
– The dog show will be on June 30.
– Other events aside from fireworks display are…

The events will begin from June 29. The dog event is scheduled on Saturday, June 30, in Theodosia at 4 P.M. at the Fort Cook office. On July 1, a fundraising breakfast will take place and will be hosted by the Pontiac Price Place Volunteer Fire Department. Families can enjoy a breakfast filled with sausage, scrambled eggs, pancakes, and more.


On July 7, live music will be performed by Mike MacPherson from 6 to 8 in the evening. There will also be fireworks throughout the different events so it is best to keep doggos home at night.

Read the detailed story by Amelia LaMair at – http://www.ozarkcountytimes.com

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