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Paw-Ject Runway

Saturday, August 19, 2017 11:00 AM

Join us from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on August 19th  for Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter’s 4th annual PawJect Runway! This yearly event features both a (doggie) bikini contest and runway show, vendors and craftsman, DJ and emcee Jessica Dill from Fox 8. No admission charge for the public.

Paw-ject Runway is a charity event to raise funds for the Dick Goddard Best Friend’s Medical Relief Fund to benefit the dogs at Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter.

This community event features area shelters and rescues in addition to Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter to showcase their animals for adoption.

Paw-ject Runway will commence with dogs competing for 13 features on the 2017 Best Friend’s Medical Relief Fund Calendar while emcee Jessica Dill from Fox 8 will be describing the dogs as they walk down the runway.

There will also be vendors that have merchandise for sale on Main Street.

Interested in entering your dog or becoming a vendor?

Go to : http://www.cuyahogadogs.com/ to register today!

About Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter:
Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter (CCAS) is a temporary home for dogs that are lost of stray, better known as the “dog pound”. CCAS is a government shelter governed by the Ohio Revised Code, Section 955, and exists solely to serve the lost and stray dogs of Cuyahoga County. CCAS is funded through the sale of dog licenses in the county which are intended to help return lost and stray dogs to their owners. We are an open admissions shelter and cannot turn away any lost dog found in our county regardless of temperment, behavior, age, health, or breed. We may intake anywhere from 30 to 80 dogs weekly, depending on the season.

As an open admission shelter we frequently intake dogs with medical problems that are beyond our resources to treat. The Dick Goddard Best Friend’s Medical Relief Fund was created to financially support and treat the dogs with medical needs beyond routine shelter care and give them a second chance at finding a new home. Some of the medical needs we routinely treat with these funds include heartworm, parvovirus, amputations, entropian, fractures and many more.