Saturday August 4th, 2018  10am to 2pm
Bring your family and your furry friends and Join us for a day filled with fun and tail wagging attention at our doggies day out event!! Visit our local vendors, justice for dogs, NCAL (North Country Animal League), Mutt Hutt Grooming, Guys Farm and yard, Hot Diggity Dog Training and boarding, Clarina Howard Nichols, Chad "Doggies Day Out" at Seaquist and possibly meet a future family member from one of many adoptable dogs!! We will be delivering doggie delights like free doggie baths, nail clipping (provided by LVVS), a photobooth, a demonstration from K9 Viper and his handler Jason Luno of the Morrisville police Depatment and especially for the dogs there will be plenty of attention to make tails go wild!

Justice For Dogs Pet Swap, Silent Auction of water colors by Sandra McKee, Face painting with the Morrisville After School Program, Paw Prints on canvas, fun agility course, and lots more....We will provide shade, lots of water for slobbery indulgence, and pet parking. When you start to feel famished from all the doggie delight, our sponsor, Deb's Place will be serving plenty of human food and treats!! So fetch your leash and head over for a day filled with playing, rolling, and drooling (well some of us) at Deb's Place 345 Brooklyn Street Morrisville, Vermont.  802-888-6886

Sponsored by Deb's Place, Perras Auto and a whole bunch of other wonderful volunteers in our community! Dog services are free, but donations will be accepted and all monies raised will be donated to our local shelter to give those less fortunate dogs plenty of supplies to keep them going! If you are interested in joining us as a vendor or volunteer we encourage you to join us!  
Please contact Deb at 888-6886 or 279-4211

345 Brooklyn Street  Morrisville, Vermont 05661  802-888-6886

New this Year!!

Deb's Place, LLC

If  your business or organization is interested in attending our pawsitively awesome, 6th annual Deb's Doggie Day Out & Adoption Event!

The event is being hosted by Deb’s Place at 345 Brooklyn Street in Morrisville on Saturday, August 4th, 2018 from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Vendors are asked to arrive by 9am to set up tables. Tents are required and are not provided.
This event is a great excuse for the public to get outside with their pups, while at the same time supporting nonprofit groups like, Justice For Dogs, {insert others}.
Our past events included dog agility, free dog baths, nail clippings and more! It will be an excellent opportunity for you to gain exposure and interface with local dog owners. The event will be advertised on local radio, paper, not to mention our banners around town! We’ll also have a pet supply swap, which is a great way for pet parents to exchange goodies that they’re no longer using and pick up some new, fantastic finds!
There is no fee for you to participate and vendors who attend the event will be entered to win a raffle prize including a variety donated items! We are requesting that if your business provides a product or service (and not a rescue organization) that you donate an item or gift certificate that we could add to our silent auction. We are requesting a minimum value of $20, but certainly would welcome more!
To register your organization to attend the event, please complete the registration form and email to or mail to: Amy Touchette @ Justice For Dogs PO Box 1014 Wolcott, Vermont 05680

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 If you cannot make the event, please let us know at your earliest convenience. The success of this event is dependent upon the participation of all of our vendors and nonprofits. Don’t let the doggies down!