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Dog Daze at Cavallo Point



Calling all canine companions! Tell your two-legged best friends to bring you to Cavallo Point this Sunday, June 7th for a “Dog Day Afternoon” on the Callippe Terrace, noon – 4 p.m. A benefit for the Marin Humane Society, the afternoon features plenty of festivity for people and pups alike –– a BBQ and live music, a “Puparrazzi” photographer to capture you and Fido on film, paw-painting and a pet boutique. Shelter dogs and other small animal friends from the Marin Humane Society will also be in attendance. 

Tickets are $85 (one person, one dog); $20 for each additional dog and $42 per child (5-12 years old); kids under 5 eat free. Price of the BBQ includes one adult beverage. All party animals must be on leash (does that include husbands as well?!) Purchase tickets here. Remember that proceeds benefit dogs that are less fortunate than yours.


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