It hasn’t even hit 100 degrees yet and we’re already sweating our @∂#$ off. And our ¡&&@(!$.
So imagine what it’s like to have a body covered in fur? (To all our bear friends, we feel your pain.)
Treat your four-legged furry beasts to a day of fun in the sun before it gets too crazy hot. It’s all part of the 19th Annual Dog Day Afternoon benefiting Operation Kindness, taking place this Saturday.
It pays to get there early, too.
The first 40 dogs will receive free microchipping. But you’ll also want to get in line for the free pet psychic who can tap into everything your dog’s thinking, why he’s so fascinated with butts and possibly which famous world leader, milkmaid or pineapple farmer he was in a past life. (That may sound specific, but our Rat Terrier, above, owned a plantation in Hawaii back in 1892.)
There will also be goodie bags, canine competitions, food trucks, a pooch kissing booth and plenty of adorable, adoptable animals that just need some love, food, water and apparently the use of your entire king-size bed as their own.
Plus, if your doggie’s photogenic, he or she has the opportunity to be the face of Dog Day Afternoon 2014 in the role of honorary chairdog.
Ruff life, indeed.
Dog Day Afternoon
Saturday, June 8
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Flag Pole Hill Park at White Rock Lake