BARK IN THE PARK May 27, 2006

Kennesaw, GA (PRWEB) May 10, 2006

Several health clinics will be available. Dr. Charles Martin from the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine ( will be doing an eye CERF Clinic for $ 20.00 per dog, and Dr. Gilbert Jacobs from Jacobs Veterinary Consulting in Athens, GA ( is conducting a CARDIOLOGY Clinic at $ 25.00 per dog.

The Henry County Humane Society ( (or) ) will be conducting a MICROCHIP Clinic for $ 30.00 – $ 40.00 per dog. Pre-registration, which is requested for all Clinics, can be done by using the above e-mail addresses.

Rabies Clinic, Dr. Dorsey, from 9:00 AM till 2:00 PM sponsored by The Atlanta Humane Society SPCA of Georgia for $ 10.00 per dog.

Canine Good Citizenship Testing: will be conducted by AKC certified testers. These tests are a series of exercises in which the dog and its owner prove they are responsible citizens. The dog must do such things as walk by the persons side, sit, be apart from the owner for a few minutes and stroll on leash around gathering of people without being upset by walkers, umbrellas or unexpected noises. Upon passing, the animal receives a diploma from the American Kennel Club and is entitled to wear a tag proving it is a CGC dog. These animals many times are used as registered therapy dogs. Contacts: ($ 20.00) or ($ 10.00).

Free information for the public on where to acquire a dog, dog training, hiking with your dog and pamphlets on dog care and AKC events like dog shows, hunting tests, field agility, obedience trials, along with many specific breed clubs, rescue organizations and adoption groups can be found inside the A Building. $ 100.00 Prize for Best Decorated Table from these groups

Vendors selling dog related items or services will be located in the central Pod area of the Park. Jim Miller Parks Food Concessionaire will be there with wonderful foods including barbeque, hamburgers, hotdogs, blooming onions, French fries, funnel cakes, and homemade ice cream, to satisfy everyones palate.

PLEASE NOTE: In the interest of public safety, dogs must be under the control of the owner at all times and restrained by leads not exceeding six (6) feet in length. No flexi-leads allowed. Uncontrolled or overly aggressive animals may be asked to leave the park by Park Security.


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