|Dogs have their day at Wool Fest '12|
Shelter volunteers at the 2012 Wool Fest
Woolfest provided the perfect opportunity to showcase adoptable dogs from the Pendleton County Animal Shelter. Volunteers from the shelter set up a booth outside of Woolfest on October 6, 2012 to promote adoptions, distribute animal-care tips, and provide information on spaying and neutering of pets.
According to volunteer Janet Scanlon, "Woolfest is an ideal venue for showing off the terrific adoptable dogs from the shelter and to discuss the importance of spaying and neutering pets. By spaying and neutering, we can reduce pet overpopulation and the number of homeless, unwanted dogs at the shelter."
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