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The Flea-less Market

Shop for a bargain & save a life!
August 20th 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
A HUGE Yard Sale/Adoption Event/Dog Wash with over 28 animal welfare organizations participating.
Antiques - Paintings - Prints - Jewelry - Clothing - Furniture Housewares - Glassware - Quilts - Fine linens - Decorative Dog/Cat Items - Various new products from local stores.
Each booth a treasure trove of bargains to buy and homeless dogs to adopt.
100% of the proceeds to help homeless animals Concession stand
Dog Wash/Nail Trim 12 noon to 3:00 pm
Dogs on leash welcome to browse the booths Plenty of close parking
Held at: BarkPark
6755 Merchant Road
Delaware, Ohio 43015
BarkPark is located two miles north of Glick Road (Muirfield area) off Dublin Road. Look for signs.


BarkPark Mission Statement

To provide financial support and educational opportunities
to nonprofit animal welfare organizations whose mission is to rescue,
provide medical treatment and rehome abused and/or abandoned animals.


Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places?

When looking for that new family member please be responsible and do not purchase an animal from a pet store. Dogs from pet stores are raised in Puppy Mills. By buying from one of these stores you are not only getting a poorly bred animal with a high risk for health and temperament problems you are supporting the torture of helpless animals.
It is estimated there are ten million homeless pets in the United States. Shelters, Humane Societies and Rescues have many purebred and mixed breed animals waiting for a home. PLEASE MAKE ADOPTION YOUR FIRST OPTION.
If you feel you must purchase a purebred puppy make sure you research the breed and only buy from a reputable breeder.


The Spay/Neuter Plate

The Pet plates will cost motorists $25 in addition to standard license fees. By state law $10 of the fee goes to the bureau of motor vehicles. $15 will go to the Ohio Pet Fund. Proceeds from the sale of the plate will be used for the spaying and neutering of dogs and cats to curb Ohio's pet overpopulation.


Mingle with Our Mutts

The first and third Sunday of each month Franklin County Dog Shelter hosts an adoption event. All shelters & rescues are invited, giving the community an opportunity to visit with dogs from several organizations in one place.
If you are looking for that special pet to become part of your family this is the place.

Franklin County Dog Shelter
(614) 525-DOGS
4340 Tamarack Blvd. (behind Menard's on Morse Road
First and Third Sunday of the month
12 noon to 2 PM


WANTED: A Few Good Dogs

Capital Canine Connection is a therapeutic visitation group whose teams visit area nursing homes, rehab facilities, adult day care facilities and Children's Hospital.
If you have a reliable, stable, friendly dog and want to find a way to share the benefits of the humane/animal bond with others please call Capital Canine Connection at the Capital Area Humane Society 614-777-PETS ext. 291


Are You Hosting an Animal Friendly Event?

If your organization is hosting an animal friendly event and would like it listed on our community calendar, write a brief description of the event including
date, start and finish time, address and indication if it is a recurring event.


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