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Join the fun: 7th Annual Woofstock event This Sunday, Aug 24!

Join the fun: 7th Annual Woofstock event This Sunday, Aug 24!

The City of Rocklin Parks and Recreation's 7th annual "Woofstock" event is this Sunday, August 24 at Johnson-Springview Park. 

NorCal's premier K9 event is free to attend and you will find a tremendous variety of activities you can participate in.  There is the annual "Pawcake" breakfast put on by Rocklin Boy Scouts, Grateful Dog 5K Rescue Run, 60's costume contest, Rubber Ducky Doggy Adoptions, Weiner Dog Races, art shows, music and so much more. 

WHERE: Johnson Springview Park
5460 5th Street
Rocklin 95677

WHEN: 8A-2P

To get all the details, go to the Woofstock website.

First Annual RRUFF Summer Party Sat June 21 - 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m.

First Annual RRUFF Summer Party  Sat June 21 - 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m.

Join RRUFF this Saturday, June 21 for our First Annual Summer Party  from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.at the RRUFF Dog Park located inside Johnson-Springview Park, 5480 5th St., Rocklin.  Enjoy the party under the new 27 x 30 foot shade structure.

Meet our sponsors.   Learn about Nature's Select Premium Dog Food - delivered right to your front door!  Enjoy prizes, games, refreshements.  Meet dog rescue group reps, and local vendors.  Enjoy using our K9 Agility Equipment and much more.  Bring your pooch, friends and family for a fun time and to enjoy one of Placer County's best off-leash dog parks.   We will have some brand new ground cover for your pooch to enjoy, too!

Visit our website at rruffdogpark.org to learn more about this dog park.  For more information call  916 435-0196

Woof!

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center Hosts 2nd Annual Horse Health Fair

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center Hosts 2nd Annual Horse Health Fair

The premier equine medical center in Placer County and surrounding communities is set to welcome the public as it hosts its 2nd Annual Horse Health Fair on Sunday, May 18, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event, for people interested in learning more about horses, horse ownership and horse owners, will provide information on keeping horses healthy with various interactive discussions and demonstrations on topics like hoof problems in older horses, therapeutic laser treatment, dental care, maintaining a healthy barn, and toxic plants; tours of the facility which opened last year; and vendors offering information on equine rescue, services, supplies, and medical products.

RRUFF Dog Park - Special Needs Area Completed

RRUFF Dog Park - Special Needs Area Completed

Breaking News!  Construction has been completed at  RRUFF Dog Park, Rocklin located inside Johnson-Springview Park, 5480 5th St.  The Special Needs Area is now 100% finished and ready to open.  The first  non-profit group to use the site is the Guide Dogs for the Blind Puppy Raiser Program.  Training classes begin April 6. Paws Up For Vets will begin their puppy raiser classes for  service dogs for our disabled Veterans in May.  Local rescue groups and other service dog training and therapy dog training groups are also being encouraged to use this wonderful site for their training and adoption days.  

Elvis is looking for a good home

Elvis is looking for a good home

My name is Elvis.

 

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Returns to County Shelter

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Returns to County Shelter

Looking forward to an early April opening, low-cost animal spay-neuter and vaccination services will be available at the County Animal Shelter Clinic adjacent to the animal shelter at 3839 Bradshaw Road.  The County Board of Supervisors has approved entering into a new service provider agreement with Animal Spay and Neuter, a nonprofit clinic that delivers these needed services.   

“We are very pleased to begin a new partnership with Animal Spay and Neuter Clinic to bring back low cost spay and neutering.  Their reputation and performance are outstanding,” stated Dave Dickinson, County Animal Shelter Director.  “Together we will continue efforts to reduce the number of unwanted animals and provide more resources to fight pet overpopulation.”