The Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society ended their month-long adoptions with their first Dog Days of Summer music festival. The event was held last Saturday at the Hubs and Hops.
– The first Dog Days of Summer music festival happened last Saturday.
– This was organized by the Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society.
– The music festival was organized as a way to celebrate the…
There was live music throughout the event that started at 9 A.M. The live music was provided by two bands and a local musician. The bands are Garnet and Soul and The Leftovers, while the individual local musician is Trey Trebony. Aside from the music, there was also pet yoga, a pet clinic, and fun activities for children and adults.
They decided to hold the first Dog Days of Summer music festival because they were celebrating 136 adoptions for the month of July. Chandler Giddes, executive director of the Humane Society, shared, “This is a record-breaking month. We’ve never had 136 adoptions ever as an organization and it’s great and wonderful.” The adoptions reached such number because they waived the adoption fees for the whole month.
Although there were a lot of adoptions, many doggos came and filled the vacant kennels quickly. The music festival was another way to raise awareness about their adoptable doggos. The adoptable doggos this August will no longer have a free adoption fee. However, they might lower the cost for pet adoptions in hopes of having a lot of doggos find their fur-ever homes again.
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