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Join Us for the 6th Annual Paddle for Puppies!

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Austin Pets Alive! is proud to be the beneficiary of the 2017 Paddle for Puppies, introduced by Austin Subaru, benefitting our very personal Parvo Puppy Program.

Parvo, brief for the canine parvovirus, is a extremely contagious viral sickness, typically affecting puppies or canine missing correct vaccinations. With out remedy, parvo is lethal.

The Austin Pets Alive! Parvo Pet Program is the primary of its sort within the nation, saving greater than three,000 puppies because it started. Via quarantine, cautious cross-contamination protocols, and constant care and remedy, our program offers shelters with an alternative choice to euthanasia in puppies who've contracted the virus, and we're proud to say that we at the moment are additionally spearheading analysis into parvo remedy with a view to save much more puppies!

Seize your family and friends and are available help Austin’s parvo puppies at Rowing Dock. Your water-loving canine is invited, too! Checokay in begins at 6:45am on August 27th, earlier than the warmth units in.

The paddle begins at 7:45am at Rowing Dock. Members will make their method in the direction of the Austin American Statesman property, 2.5 miles down the river, simply previous the Congress Road Bridge. Relying on talent degree/wind/present, and so forth., this could take about an hour. From there, paddlers will flip round and head again to Rowing Dock.

The complete journey can be accompanied by reside music – on the water! And snacks and chilly brew shall be ready for you again on land.

Don’t wait to purchase your tickets! Registration caps at 500 individuals, and also you don’t need to miss this fun-filled occasion!

Click here to buy your tickets now!

Particular because of Austin Subaru for sponsoring the occasion, Rowing Dock for internet hosting us and Come Drum For Fun for offering the music.

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