It was a perfect fall day for the first day of the 34th annual Pretzel Festival at Veteran’s Memorial Park in historic Germantown. The pet-friendly festival featured several pet rescue groups and pet wellness vendors, and several four-footed visitors accompanied their people to the event.
Robyn’s Nest Rescue was on hand with a variety of great merchandise items for both pets and people. Robyn’s Nest Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue and adoption organization located at 130 N. 1st St in Miamisburg, Ohio. The organization is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of animals through rescue, adoption, and education. RNR works with dogs, cats, birds, rodents of all sorts, and even has a very nice pot-bellied pig currently available for adoption!
Pets In Stitches was on site to educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering pets, and to offer information on their low cost spay and neuter services. Located on Springboro Pike in Miamisburg, Pets In Stitches is not a full service veterinary clinic, and does not provide annual examinations, sick pet or emergency services. This allows them to keep their costs low and provide appointments for surgeries without long waits. A complete fee schedule and list of services is available on their website.
Adopt A Pit Rescue was also at the festival with a very handsome, sweet bully breed named Dodge. Adopt A Pit Rescue is a Dayton area group which re-homes and rehabilitates abused, neglected and discarded ‘bully breed’ dogs and acts as an advocate for these unfairly-discriminated-against breeds.
The Germantown Pretzel Festival wraps up on Sunday, Sept 29, but you (and your little dog, too) can still get in on the excitement between noon and 6 p.m.
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The pet friendly Pretzel Festival in Germantown’s Veterans Memorial Park saw several four-footed patrons, such as Max, this extremely well-to-do pug in his privately chauffeured carriage.
Robyn’s Nest Rescue
Robyn’s Nest Rescue, Inc was on hand at the Germantown Pretzel Festival in Veterans Memorial Park with a variety of merchandise for pets and people.
Robyn’s Nest Rescue, Inc had all kinds of great socks with many different breeds of dogs represented. Zoom Grooms and other grooming tools for the pets were available as well.
Don’t forget the food! The 34th Annual Germantown Pretzel Festival has all kinds of food, including these fabulous grilled fries with malt vinegar!
Dodge acted as an ambassador for Adopt A Pit Rescue at the Germantown Pretzel Festival! Adopt A Pit Rescue advocates for bully breeds and provides education for the public.
Pets in Stitches
Pets in Stitches was at the Germantown Pretzel Festival in Veterans Memorial Park, providing information as to the importance of spaying or neutering your pets.
Not everyone rode in luxury as Max did. This little one aspires to Max’s greatness, but for now he was content to walk around on a beautiful fall day and get a back scratch.
Such a cutie!
This little long-haired Dachshund was an early bird on a beautiful Saturday morning for the pretzel festival in Germantown’s Veterans Memorial Park.