Anyone looking to enjoy the warm spring sunshine while spending some quality time with their family members – including ones of the four-legged variety – can do so at an upcoming event for all ages hosted by Hall County Animal Services.
The inaugural Spring Fling event will be held Saturday, April 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cherokee Bluffs Park, located at 5867 Blackjack Road in Flowery Branch.
Hall County Animal Shelter staff will be on-site with puppies and dogs available for adoption, and local vendors will be on hand showcasing the latest in fashion, treats, accessories and more for pets of all shapes and sizes.
“We want to get our adoptable animals out into the community to increase their chances of finding homes, and we want to engage the community in a fun way,” said Stephanie Maloch, Hall County Animal Services program coordinator.
The Humane Society of Northeast Georgia (HSNEGA) will also be on hand for a free vaccine clinic for current pet owners. While cat vaccines won’t be available at the event, HSNEGA will have a limited supply of free vaccine vouchers for felines.
“We’re proud to partner with so many other dedicated animal organizations in our community for this event, and we hope it will be a catalyst for our adoptable pets who are ready to join a loving family,” said Maloch.
Visitors can also visit Cherokee Bluffs Bark Park to let their dogs enjoy a round of off-leash play time, and once they’re finished, pet owners can enjoy food trucks and other spring treats available for purchase.
You can find a list of vendors, view available pets, and find more ways to support Hall County Animal Shelter by visiting Hall County Animal Services at HallCounty.org.
For additional information or questions about this event, please contact Stephanie Maloch, Hall County Animal Services program coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admission is free and open to the public.