Doggy Day, with Cats Too!

Canines and felines invited to spend the day a Garfield Park in South Pasadena

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | SouthPasadenan.com | Doggy Day with Cats Too was held on Saturday in Garfield Park. Among the highlights was a demonstration by Disc Dogs of Southern California as the four-legged creatures had a chance to leap and catch Frisbees out of the sky.

It was a doggy dog world on Saturday at Garfield Park in South Pasadena.

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | SouthPasadenan.com | Doggy Day with Cats Too was held on Saturday in Garfield Park. Among the highlights was a demonstration by Disc Dogs of Southern California as the four-legged creatures had a chance to leap and catch Frisbees out of the sky.

A variety of breeds, joined by their owners, enjoyed idea weather in the mid-70s for the 10th annual Doggy Day, with Cats Too event.

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | SouthPasadenan.com | Doggy Day with Cats Too was held on Saturday in Garfield Park. Among the highlights was a demonstration by Disc Dogs of Southern California as the four-legged creatures had a chance to leap and catch Frisbees out of the sky.

Dog and cat owners were invited to the free day of animal fun to meet and learn about the various animal resources available in and around the community. Adoption agencies, groomers, dog trainers, day care providers, fitness providers, vets, and merchandise providers along with food and beverage booths contributed to the event’s success.

One of the highlights featured a performance by the Disc Dogs in Southern California as dog leaped and chased down Frisbees during an upbeat demonstration.

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | SouthPasadenan.com | Doggy Day with Cats Too was held on Saturday in Garfield Park. Among the highlights was a demonstration by Disc Dogs of Southern California as the four-legged creatures had a chance to leap and catch Frisbees out of the sky.

Participating organizations included: South Pasadena Animal Commission, Church of Truth, Pet Food Express, Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue, Pet Porter Pals, Pasanita Obedience Club, Canine Colors, Stop the Dog & Cat Meat Trade, Pet Care by Tiger, the Urban Pet, My Dog Spot, K9 Loft, Planet Doggy Inc., Sandy Smith and Dexter Del Monte (pet communicators).

For more information about future events presented by the city’s Recreation Office, call 626-403-7380.

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | SouthPasadenan.com | Doggy Day with Cats Too was held on Saturday in Garfield Park. Among the highlights was a demonstration by Disc Dogs of Southern California as the four-legged creatures had a chance to leap and catch Frisbees out of the sky.

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