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Sep 272008
 

Today was the big day for the Berks Humane Society. It was their annual Walk for the Animals and Walktoberfest. This year it was held at the First Energy Stadium home of the Reading Phillies because it outgrew all its previous venues. The turn out was great and really big crowd of dogs and their walkers. I don’t have a dog, but that does not mean I don’t like them (even if I am allergic to them I still love all animals and want to do what I can to help those in need). The weather held out and was only a fine mist no rain (thank goodness for the reduced wet dog smell).

There were plenty of things to do and see besides the walk. Vendors inside selling everything from dog toys to housewares. Loads of rescues pleading their causes and tugging at heart strings! Dog lovers of all shapes and sizes were there along with the pups of varying shapes and sizes. Below are my photos (I could have taken so many more, but you’ll get the idea and maybe you can join us next year).

I want to thank everyone who helped sponsor me your donations are greatly appreciated! We raised $105 for the Humane Society. It is great to know I could be a small part of something so big.

My cats wondering why I was going to play w/dogs! Humane Society of Berks County Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008

Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008

Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008 - small fight broke out Walktoberfest 2008 Mascot

Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008

Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008 Senator O’Pake Re: Puppy Mills

Senator O’Pake Adorable Puppy Walktoberfest 2008

French Bull Dog Bee Not too happy bulldog Walktoberfest 2008

Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008

Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008 Walktoberfest 2008

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