The 3rd Annual Small Dog Holiday Extravaganza
Sunday, December 4, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Chihuahua Meetup Proudly Presents:
The 3nd Annual Small Dog Holiday Extravaganza
2:00pm until 5:00pm
*UPDATE* Ticket sales have now ended. There will be a LIMITED amount of tickets for $35 at the door.
Party will be on the roof! Bring a jacket just in case!!
The Wag Hotels
25 14th Street, San Francisco
This is the small dog party of the year! Every year, the event sells out so don't wait! Buy your tickets NOW. People are $25.00 each! Dogs (25lbs and under please) are FREE.
Enjoy delicious food, including an amazing assortment of desserts from Cup Cakes By Liz! You loved her treats last year and so she is back again by popular demand!
And once again, Santa Claus and Mrs Claus will ride in on their magic sleigh to meet with all little dogs...naughty and nice! Take your family picture with The Clauses!
A BIG HUGE thank you to The Wag Hotels for providing this amazing venue!
Already we have MANY sponsors who have stepped up to help make this a successful event! Donations are coming in already for the Silent Auction & Raffle. Please feel free to contact Gisela Campagne firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to the sponsors that have already donated: The Wag Hotels, Mijo & Bambi, Frannie's Harnesses, Andiron Cabin & Inn, Sleepy Pod, Alameda Small Dogs Group, Fresno Chihuahua Meetup, Piccolo Designer Dogwear, Pooch Park Wear, Nanci Williams Custom Sweaters, BamBam Foundation, Animal House Mercantile
If you wish to donate, please contact Gisela Campagne email@example.com or Kate Singleton firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations can be non-dog related.
Dogs under 25lbs must be well-behaved. WAG Hotel is a dog care facility. Dogs can play OFF-Leash.
Please walk your dog before hand and help maintain the comfort of all by quickly cleaning up any accidents.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit Waggin Trails Transport. This 501c3 is dedicated to helping the homeless dogs of CA find loving homes by transporting them to partner rescues & shelters in OR, WA and Canada. Last year over 150 dogs found a future up north.