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Playtime. Worktime.


Naptime. Anytime. Ocala’s Newest, State-of-the-Art Dog Resort Just Opened.


Located in the heart of Florida’s beautiful horse country, dogs are allowed the freedom they need to enjoy themselves in a safe, structured environment. We welcome walk-throughs and your questions about how your pet will be cared for, exercised, fed and housed. Stop by anytime and let us give you a tour.


Special rates for United States Military Personnel.


DogPatch Downs. Where Dogs Become Masters - in just being dogs - from playtime to worktime; naptime to, well, just about anytime.


Lead K9 Trainer, Roslyn Hendersen (formerly Lead K9 Trainer with K9s for Warriors) & Ruger.


12150 North U.S. Highway 441 | Ocala, Florida 34475 352.622.7829 | DogpatchDowns.com |


BOARDING | DAYCARE | GROOMING | TRAINING SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FOR RESCUE GROUPS. WE OFFER SHORT TERM FOSTER CARE TO OUR APPROVED RESCUE PARTNERS FROM ANYWHERE IN THE STATE. CALL FOR DETAILS.


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Drink a Beer. Save a Dog. The seventh Annual Bradenton Beer Festival presented The Lucky Dog Craft Beer Expo at McKechnie Field on May 24. Proceeds from the day’s event benefit- ed the No Kill Medical Fund which pays for heartworm treatments and other life saving medical care for Manatee County pets through The Animal Network. The festival featured 80 craft beers, hand rolled cigars, food and adoptables. The Animal Network works with the


Photography by Denise Mueller, Sarasota/Bradenton Rover Reporter.


Humane Society of Manatee County, Manatee County Animal Services and area rescue groups. Canine Christmas Festival on November 15 at Bishop SPCA Animal Shelter in Bradenton will be the next big event for The Animal Network. For vendor participation call Laurie Crawford at 941.746.3611. AnimalNetworkInc.com


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Phoenix is a Belgian Malamute Red Heeler mix.


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Lots of pups were on hand for the Mutts & Margaritas at Chuy’s Fine Tex Mex Restaurant in Gainesville. Proceeds for the event benefited Alachua County Humane Society. The Earth Pets Treat Truck was handing out pup treats to the hungry canines. By donating money to the cause, par- ticipants and their dogs were photographed in sombreros and other


props for Chuy’s Dog Wall. AlachuaHumane.org Contributed by Diane Rosenberg and Willow, her Golden


Retriever (both shown above). They are Gainesville Rover Reporters for The New Barker.


For more event photos, go to TheNew Barker.com, click onto EVENTS, then click onto EVENT PHOTOS to view albums. Be sure to follow The New Barker on social media.


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