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K-9 Splashfest change of location for Sunday

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

From City of Lubbock:

Originally scheduled at Clapp Pool, the K-9 SplashFest being held on Sunday from 1-5 p.m. has been moved to Maxey Pool located on the south side of Maxey Park.  

Sponsored by Parks and Recreation, this popular event allows people and their dogs to swim together in Maxey Pool and is co-sponsored this year by Alderson Subaru. 

Dogs can compete in three different contests: the Swim Suit Competition, and the Diving and Retrieving contests. Prizes will be awarded in each event. 

City of Lubbock Animal Services staff will be on hand to provide microchips for dogs at $10 each. Door prizes and concessions will be available.   

Dogs must be up-to-date on their rabies vaccination and bring a 2011 rabies tag or certificate from a veterinarian. Aggressive dogs or dogs in heat are not allowed.  For more information, contact 775-2670.   Maxey Pool is located at 4020 30th Street.  Admission fees for participants are $2.50 for adults and $2 for youth 17 or younger.  Dogs get in free.

 

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