Saluda Dog Society news

Published 9:51 am Friday, October 7, 2011

Sadie and Rascal await the opening of the Saluda Dog Park. (photo submitted by Linda Holden)

The Saluda Dog Park is now open and will announce a grand opening soon. The park is located on Chestnut Street in Saluda, and guidelines for use are posted at the entrance. Benches are provided for parents.
Questions or comments about the park may be directed to Dave Prudhomme at 828-749-9172.
If you are interested in donating plantings or shrubbery for the park, you may check with Dave for further information.
The Annual Blessing of the Animals will take place in Saluda on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration. All animals are welcome.
The Saluda Celebration Christmas Parade is planned for Saturday, Dec. 10. The Saluda Dog Society will have a dog walk as part of the parade and ribbons will be awarded for different categories.
Those interested may register to walk by calling Pat Waring at 828-749-1332. A registration fee will be used by the Saluda Dog Society for animal humane issues.
The Saluda Dog Society learned of two dogs who need homes because they can no longer be kept at their current residence. The dogs are a pit bull mix named Petey and Blaze. Those interested in adoption can call Heather at 864-735-6247.
For more information regarding Saluda Dog Society, email or call Pat Waring at 828-749-1332.
Saluda Dog Society’s next meeting is on Friday, Oct. 14 at 1:15 p.m. at the Saluda Library.
– article submitted by Linda Holden

Petey (left) and Blaze are available for adoption. Call Heather at 864-735-6247 for more information. (photo submitted by Linda Holden)

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