Dogs

2nd Annual Yappy Hour | Feb 10

Valentine's Day is almost here so why not show your pup some love? Bring your dog and join Milton Animal Shelter at Ester.  The bar will be serving warming libations and blankets will be available. Dog treats will be provided by The Pooped Pooch & 2 Dog Treats.  Human Treats will be provided at Ester. 

 

When: Wed, Feb 10, 6-8pm

Where: Ester, 2261 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester Center, MA 02124

 

RSVP with Ester ensure your place, call (617) 698-2261. 

Raffle, All proceeds go to Milton Animal Shelter

Prizes will include gift certificates, toys & treats.

Tickets are $1 for or 6 for $5

Dogs must be leashed, non-aggressive and up to date on shots. 

Release The Hounds

Phone: 

617-388-2250

Email: 

releasethehoundsma@gmail.com

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Release the Hounds is available on weekdays, weekends & on some holidays!

Mission: 

To provide tailored and negotiable dog care services. Typical service includes three times daily house visits, with one half-hour in the morning, around noon, and in the evening. But the business is flexible: if an owner feels as though their dog just needs a quick ten-minute walk once a day, RTH will work out an arrangement. Sabrina and Jen focus on individual care: in order to gain clients’ trust, they always schedule an initial appointment to get to know the owners and dogs.

Key Programs Offered: 

Dog sitting & Dog walking

Created: 
12/14/2010

Release The Hounds was picked for MyDorchester's Business of The Month in December 2010, you can check out our article on them here

RoDogRun

Email: 

paige@rodogrun.org

Website: 

http://friendsofronanpark.org

Mission: 

We are responsible neighbors who want to enjoy the park's beautiful grounds, keep the park safe for both people and animals, clean up after our dogs, keep our dogs under control, protect our dogs from danger, and prevent our dogs from harming the park's wonderful attributes.

Location

Ronan Park
Meeting House Hill
Dorchester, MA
United States
Key Partners: 

Friends of Ronan Park, City of Boston Animal Control, Boston Parks and Recreation Department

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