Pet Parade to be Held at Clearfield Fall Festival

CLEARFIELD – The Allegheny Spay & Neuter Clinic/Animal Welfare Council will hold a Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade at 11 a.m. Saturday in downtown Clearfield.

It will take place at the Express Café parking area and is being held in conjunction with the Clearfield Revitalization Corp.’s Fall Festival.

Festival-goers are invited to bring pets in costume and to dress up, as well.  The pet parade is free to enter, and prizes will be awarded; plus, each pet will receive a treat bag.

All animals must be leashed and current on vaccines.  No animals should be forced to wear costumes that cause any discomfort or injury, organizers say. Guest judges will be judging the costumes.

There will be a booth providing information about the clinic and selling AWC memberships and “Be Kind to Animals” T-shirts to support local animals.

Also, there will be a chicken barbecue, sponsored by the Railroad Street Tavern, to benefit the clinic and a “Chance auction” with many prizes.

The dinner consists of a half chicken, macaroni salad, baked beans, a roll and butter and it is $9.  The dinners are going to be available at the Railroad Street Tavern from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Tickets are available in advance by calling 814-857-5280, 814-762-8533 or 814-765-6123.

The Allegheny Spay & Neuter Clinic/Animal Welfare Council, located at 1380 Shawville Hwy., Woodland, is a non –profit and provides affordable pet service to the general public.

It also provides more than 20 local shelters and animal rescue groups throughout central Pennsylvania. More than 20,000 spays and neuters have been performed at the clinic, saving the lives of more than 21,000,000 unwanted animals.

Other affordable services offered at the clinic include: rabies vaccinations, Bordetella and DHLPP vaccinations, fecal testing, parasite checks, deworming, flea/tick prevention, micro-chipping, ear cleaning, nail trims, private euthanasia, Clearfield County dog license and affordable grooming.

Feline services include: rabies vaccinations, FVRCP vaccinations, feline leukemia testing, fecal testing, parasite checks, flea/tick prevention, nail trims, grooming and private euthanasia.

Other services include a pet food pantry, assistance with dog and cat houses and straw to outdoor animals, plus education about pet care.

For more information about the Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade, the chicken barbecue or the Allegheny Spay & Neuter Clinic/Animal Welfare Council, call 814-857-5280.

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