Tails on the Trails Pet Festival

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Tails on the Trails Pet Festival

Lenexa Parks and Recreation, in conjunction with the Lenexa Animal Control, will sponsor a day to celebrate pets. Tails on the Trails is a pet festival that includes dog swims, pet related vendors, educational demonstrations and pet show. So bring your pet to compete in the pet/owner look-a-like contest, take Fido for a swim or find some great pet merchandise.

Animal Haven
Gentle Dog Training
Critter Control
KC Herpetological Society
Jo. Co. Barking Club

Some services provided that require a fee are: pet micro chips, pet licenses, rabies shots, pet merchandise for sale, food for owners, etc.

Dog swims will begin at 9:00 a.m. and last 45 minutes. For more information about this event call the Lenexa Community Center Office at 913-541-0209.

9 a.m. - large dogs
10 a.m. - small dogs
11 a.m. - large dogs
12 noon - small dogs
1 p.m. - large dogs
2 p.m. - small dogs
3 p.m. - large dogs

*small dogs = 35 lbs. & under
* large dogs = 36 lbs. & over

Limit: 50 dogs per hour; call (913) 541-0209 to register - proof of current rabies vaccination and licensing required.

TIME: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Tails on the Trails Pet Festival

Address : Ad Astra Swimming Pool (83rd & Maurer) Gardner KS
Phone : 913-477-7130   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Participation free, Dog Swim~$5 per dog per 45 minute swim session.

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