Saturday, September 19, 2009

"Yappy Happy Hour!" is Today

The new schedule for the 1oth Annual "Yappy Happy Hour!" starts Today, September 18th 2009 the time is from 10:30am - Noon.

Yappy Happy Hour will continue every Saturday from 10:30am - Noon through Thanksgiving 2009. So, mark you calendars and join in on all the fun.

The World Famous, 10th Annual "Yappy Happy Hour!" is held at Outer Barks, located at 1171 Duck Road, in the Scarborough Lane Shops in Duck, NC.

This family fun pet event includes complimentary treats such as frozen Doggie Daiquiris & Arf D’ouevres for your pampered pet. There will also be (refreshments and munchies) for the humans inside the store at the same time.

The children's wading pool will be filled with water and a toy or two, ready to splash and have some fun. The Agility Course is waiting for your pets practice and enjoyment.

The most fun of all, everybody loves Ms. Robin & her help in creating unique Priceless Pet Paw Painting Art. 

Friday, September 18, 2009

Customer Appreciation Day!

2nd Annual Customer Appreciation Day is Today & Every Friday!

Stop in for your free Doggie Treat Bag
and Free Bumper Sticker!

At The Holistic Pet Shop 
located at the Seagate North Shopping Center 
in Kill Devil Hills, NC


Thursday, September 17, 2009

September Volunteer Orientation for the Outer Banks SPCA/Dare County Animal Shelter Postponed

Volunteer Orientation
for the Outer Banks SPCA/Dare County Animal Shelter

that was scheduled for Saturday September 26th, 2009

11:00am - 2:00pm at the Dare County Animal Shelter  1031 Driftwood Drive in the town of Manteo, NC 
 has been postponed until Saturday October 24th, 2009.


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Wine Festival at Whalehead Club - Pets Welcome!

WINE FESTIVAL 

Every Wednesday afternoon,
3 to 7 pm

JULY, AUGUST, & SEPTEMBER 2009

AT THE Whalehead Club


Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Seasonal Time Frame Lifted Sept. 16th for Dogs on the Beaches of Kill Devil Hills, NC


Wednesday, September 16th 2009 is the annual date that the township of Kill Devil Hills, NC has set to lift the time frames that animals are allowed on town beaches each year.

The town of Kill Devil Hills, NC Beach Leash Laws are as follows:

Leash law requires leash not to exceed 10 ft. in length. From the hours of 9:00 am through 6:00 pm each day from May 15th through Sept. 15th each year, No dogs shall be allowed on town beaches, except those aiding a handicap person.
Come and enjoy the Beach!


Monday, September 14, 2009

Seasonal Animals Prohibited on the Beaches of Southern Shores, NC lifted Sept. 16th


Wednesday is the the 16th of September 2009. This date marks the seasonal lifting of the animals prohibited on the beaches in the township of Southern Shores, NC during the annual summer tourism season.

 
The town of Southern Shores Beach Leash Laws are as follows:

Leash law requires leash not to exceed ten (10) feet in length. From May 15 to September 15 of each year, animals are prohibited on town beaches. Leash laws enforced remainder of year.


Sunday, September 13, 2009

Seasonal Time Frame Lifted for Dogs on the Beaches in Kitty Hawk, NC

Labor Day has come and gone and with it the time frame limiting the hours during which dogs are allowed on the beaches of the township of Kitty Hawk, NC have been lifted.
As well as leash lengths and unleashed supervised beach play is allowed as described in the
Kitty Hawk Beach Leash Laws.

The Town of Kitty Hawk Beach Leash Laws are as follows

Leash law requires leash not to exceed 6 ft. in length between the hours of 10 am and 6 pm from Friday, before Memorial Day until the day after Labor Day. At all other times the leash may be extended, but must be retractable to 12 ft. Well trained dogs may be unleashed under close supervision of owner, not to exceed 30 ft. in distance between owner and dog.

As the weather cools down the busy days of summer are at an end, relax and enjoy the beauty of nature that surrounds us.

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