Pensacola parties with pups for annual Barktoberfest viagra no online prescription By Anna Smith
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vardenafil originale 20 mg italia The Pensacola Humane Society hosted the 16th annual Barktoberfest on Oct. 28 at Freedom Park in Historic Seville Square in Downtown Pensacola to benefit the organization’s animal welfare efforts.

can propecia cause erection problems The event was kid-friendly and encouraged families to bring their dogs to participate in activities like the costume contest, K9 demonstrations and various games.

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accutane causes unfertility There were more than 100 vendors at the event from across the Pensacola community, including the Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida, American Red Cross of Northwest Florida and the Animal Hospital of Pensacola.

go site At the Most Adorable Pet contest, which has been running since Sept. 22, a cat and dog winner was announced. This contest gave the community the opportunity to donate a dollar per vote which raised more than $13,000.

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source link Discounted rabies shots and microchipping services were available for dogs in need. Dogs from the humane society shelter were available for rescue with volunteers assisting in the adoption process. “Our team puts in countless hours to help maintain our facility, run our clinic, raise money and advocate,” Jennifer Bitner, the executive director of the Pensacola Humane Society, said in an interview with the Pensacola News Journal. “On any given day, we have 10 to 20 people who give their time to help clean, walk dogs and assist with adoptions. I’ve never seen a volunteer coalition like this one.”

click The event raised over $40,000, which will go to the Barbara Grice Memorial Spay and Neuter Clinic for dogs and cats and serve as primary funding for the year.

Contact Jennifer Bitner at 898-3384 or visit for more information.


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