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The Moore Humane Society's Cinco de Mayo Pooch Parade Fundraiser was such a hit last year that they're bringing back the event and turning it into an annual fundraiser.
"This event will help to raise proceeds for the Moore Humane Society as well as awareness about the importance of animal rehabilitation and adoption," said Diane Lisevick, co-chair of the event. "No animals should have to be euthanized and it’s our hope that by bringing awareness to this issue we can find ‘forever homes’ for all the animals in our care."
The Southern Pines K9 Unit have been invited as guests of honor and will be presenting the skills of their exceptionally trained dogs for the public to enjoy.
This year's parade will take place on May 4 from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Downtown Park in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Dog lovers and their canine friends will be able to participate in a variety of games, such as Bobbing for Bones, and contests. Participants have a chance to win Best Costume, Best Owner Dog Duo, Best Canine Duo, and Best Dog Trick prizes.
2012 Cinco de Mayo Pooch Parade:
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