Lisa Vanderpump's Annual 'World Dog Day' Returns to West Hollywood Park
LOS ANGELES, May 9, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Lisa Vanderpump and the Vanderpump Dog Foundation are pleased to announce the return of their annual "World Dog Day" event to West Hollywood Park in the City of West Hollywood, California, on Saturday, May 19, 2018, from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
World Dog Day, co-sponsored by the City of West Hollywood and presented by NexGard and SUR Restaurant & Lounge, brings together thousands of people and their dogs to celebrate dogs while raising awareness about global dog abuse, including the Yulin Dog Meat Festival.
Started in 2016, this family-friendly event will include more than 30 exhibitors featuring pet-friendly products and services as well as a dog agility park, animal education area, morning "Doga" class, Lucy Pet K-9 wave maker as well as food trucks for all to enjoy.
World Dog Day will also feature the second annual "Posh Puppy Pageant" as well as the first-ever "Doggy Look a Like Contest" featuring the cast of Bravo's Vanderpump Rules and staff of Vanderpump Dogs.
To find out more about World Dog Day, please visit www.vanderpumpdogs.org.
ABOUT THE VANDERPUMP DOG FOUNDATION
The Vanderpump Dog Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit dog rescue organization, working on both a domestic and international front to help create a better world for dogs globally. In 2015, founders Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd began the long journey towards trying to stop the barbaric torture practices at the Yulin Dog Meat Festival and end the dog meat trade in Asia. Together with their partner Dr. John Sessa, they launched the campaign Stop Yulin Forever, which ultimately led them to create The Vanderpump Dog Foundation. The movement gained momentum and has inspired activists all over the world to work towards ending the Yulin Dog Meat Festival and encourage more humane treatment for dogs worldwide.
The Vanderpump Dog Foundation was formed to not only aid in ending this international atrocity but to also better the lives of dogs domestically. The United States faces many problems of its own including dog overpopulation, abuse, neglect and lack of education with regards to spaying and neutering pets. With the opening of their new Vanderpump Dog Rescue Center in Los Angeles, The Vanderpump Dog Foundation aims to reduce these problems within California and beyond, as well as continue their national and international campaigns built on a platform of education, legislation and activism.
The Vanderpump Dog Foundation:
8134 West Third Street, Los Angeles CA 90048
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