Music event, ‘Dog Jog’ to benefit Homeward Bound

MIDDLEBURY — Homeward Bound is planning some fundraisers and important services for pet owners during the coming months.
Middlebury’s Marquis Theater will be hosting a musical event on March 22, from 1 to 4 p.m., with proceeds going to Homeward Bound.
Middlebury’s Parks & Recreation Department and Vermont Sun will sponsor a “Dog Jog” for pets and their owners at Wright Park on April 11. The $30 entry fee will got to Homeward Bound and municipal recreation programs.
People should also keep a lookout for a low-cost spay/neutering program for pets to be offered soon at Homeward Bound’s headquarters on Boardman Street. The organization will collaborate with Vermont Companion Animal Neutering Inc. to provide the service for less than the more than $100 that is usually charged at animal hospitals.
Also in the works is an April 20 “microchip” clinic at Homeward Bound. For a fee of $35, pet owners can have a microchip implanted in their animal that can be scanned to reveal identifying information in case the pet gets lost.
For more information about these and other upcoming Homeward Bound offerings, log on to homewardboundanimals.org.

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