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OC EVENT: Barks of Love holds Bark Bash to help canines

The organization Barks of Love has partnered with the Heritage Museum of Orange County to help abandoned dogs find forever homes at their Bark Bash this weekend.

Champ is a 1-year old sheltie mix currently in foster care who does not have use of his back legs was helped through Barks of Love.
This year’s Bark Bash offers families the opportunity to enjoy food, vendors, and entertainment, while helping support a good cause. This year’s line -up includes Arm the Animals, Java on the Go, Dahlia Eatery, Boss Pup, Dachs 2 Danes, Embyr Oils, Labrashark, Doggissage, Nothing Bundt Cakes, and more.
Admission to the event also includes access to the museum, the Kellogg House and guided nature walks through the Gospel Swamp Natural Area, the children’s activity area and a free ticket for the opportunity drawing.
Proceeds and donations from the event will assist in providing quality care to foster dogs. It will also help cover the cost of vaccines, medical and dental care, and training to ensure that the dogs are healthy and well adjusted when they move into their forever home. It will also be used to fund items to help fulfill the dogs’ everyday needs such as food, leashes, beds, treats and so on.
Barks of Love’s Bark Bash event will take place on Sunday, April 29 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine at the Heritage Museum of Orange County (3101 W. Harvard St. Santa Ana, CA 92704). Tickets are $5 for children ages 10 and under and $10 for guests 11 and up.  All canine companions are welcome free of charge.
Tickets are available for purchase online or will be available to purchase at the door on the day of the event. For more information about Bark Bash, or to donate to Barks of Love,  visit the website here.

 

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