Lee County Humane Society, in partnership with Auburn Parks and Recreation, would like to invite you to the annual Bark In The Park celebration. This free event celebrates responsible dog ownership and will be held Saturday, March 19, 2022 at Kiesel Park from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This free event is perfect for adults and children, and don’t forget your furry friends. You do not have any ? Lee County Humane Society will have adoptable companions on site!
The mission of the Lee County Humane Society is to advance the humane treatment and responsible ownership of companion animals. Our vision is to become the leading advocate for pets in our community. Lee County Humane Society envisions a future where animals are valued, animal overpopulation is eliminated, and every adoptable pet has a loving, responsible home.
Bark In The Park is the perfect time to benefit from special offers and exceptional treatments. Lee County Humane Society will be hosting a special on adoption, as well as information about our spaying and low-cost sterilization programs. Dr. Mary Smith of Auburn Veterinary Hospital will be offering free dhpp and fvrcp vaccinations (while supplies last) and free microchipping (while supplies last).
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There will also be a dog wash from 9-11am, a photo booth, t-shirts, stickers and more.
You can’t do it? Carefree. Lee County Humane Society is a tax-exempt charitable organization. Donations, as well as memberships, can be viewed on our website, leecountyhumane.org.
We would like to thank our sponsors, staff, volunteers, and the City of Auburn Parks and Recreation Department for putting on such an incredible event. Once again, Bark In The Park will take place on Saturday, March 19, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kiesel Park, 520 Chadwick Lane, Auburn.
Lee County Humane Society is located at 1140 Ware Drive in Auburn. The phone number is 334-821-3222. Please take a look at all of our adoptable companions through our website, leecountyhumane.org.
We look forward to a fabulous day, celebrating this amazing community and our favorite furry friends.
Kim Reeder is the volunteer coordinator for the Lee County Humane Society.