The event will kick off at 10am with a commemorative walk around Lake Eola. Participants and their furry family members can register online, form a team and invite their friends and family to join for the moving walk.
Then, all attendees and their fur pals will enjoy a full day of activities, food and fun, including the famous dock diving for dogs and lure courses, a beer garden for the humans, a variety food trucks and shopping, plus plenty of pet adoption opportunities.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando will host the annual “Paws In The Park” at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando on Saturday, February 8, 2020.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando will host the 25th Anniversary “Paws In The Park” at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando on Saturday, February 9.
Join the SPCA of Central Florida on Saturday, February 8th, 2014 for the 20th Annual Paws in the Park, from 9am until 3pm at Lake Eola Park.
This free fun family event will have something for everyone – even your four-legged family members. That’s right, dogs are welcome to attend, but must be at least 6 months old, on a collar and leash, and no females in heat.
Animal Planet’s Victoria Stilwell will be in attendance, and there will be a walk around the lake to raise money to support the SPCA of Central Florida. There will also be a Disney Kids Zone for the little ones.
For more information, or to register for the walk, visit orlandopets.org/pawsinthepark.
The theme for the 19th Annual Paws in the Park event is “Mardi Paws,” and it will be held on February 9, 2013, at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando.
This family-friendly event helps to raise money for the SPCA of Central Florida.
Bring your dogs and walk to raise funds for SPCA programs that help thousands of homeless animals find homes.
This year, there will also be a new Disney Kids Zone, where kids can meet a Disney character, and participate in fun activities, such as making toys for shelter animals.
Participants can register online, at the SPCA of Central Florida on February 6 (between noon and 7pm), or day of at the event.
Paws in the Park takes place from 9am to noon. For more information, visit OrlandoPets.org.