Dog lovers from Chandler and neighboring communities are invited to attend Woofstock, the ninth annual dog friendly festival from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at Tumbleweed Park, 2250 S. McQueen Rd. The event will benefit the American Service Animal Society, and parking and admission are free.
“Dogs really are man’s best friend,” said Hermelinda Llamas, the City of Chandler’s special events coordinator.
“Woofstock raises awareness of the great work the American Service Animal Society does by providing service training and certification to therapy dogs that motivate disabled veterans to live a more productive life.”
Whether your pooch prefers to “ruff it” on a hiking adventure or sit in the lap of luxury at a pet spa, the variety of pet-related vendors and activities are sure to have him (and you) begging to come out and play.
Notable activities include:
Pets and people alike can also enjoy food and beverages throughout the park. All food and drinks are pay-as-you-go, as Woofstock is a cash-only event and no ATMs are onsite, although some vendors may accept credit cards.
The City of Chandler, American Service Animal Society and Maricopa County Animal Care present Woofstock in partnership with FASTMED, Southwest Airlines, SRP, The Arizona Republic, Home Depot and The Phoenix Dog magazine.
For more information, visit chandleraz.gov/woofstock.