KSQM sets annual Pet Lovers Week, Day

KSQM FM 91.5 radio’s annual Pet Lovers Week kicks off Sunday, Sept. 15.

Running through Saturday, Sept. 21, KSQM will be all about critters, playing animal-related tunes, information and interviews, along with stories submitted by listeners and local animal welfare agencies. Listen in to 91.5 FM to join the on-air fun.

The week’s “grand finale” is Pet Lovers Day, set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the dog park at Carrie Blake Community Park off North Blake Avenue, to celebrate the park’s 12th “birthday.”

There, find entertainment, booths with pet-friendly businesses, animal rescue agencies, animal demonstrations, raffles, treats for dogs (and cupcakes for owners), and KSQM’s Donation Dogs with relish.

Clowns will be on hand from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. to entertain families, and Paul Dailidenas and K9 Officer Mamba will give a demonstration.

In addition, there will be dog freestyle dancing and 4-H presentations, a Dream Catcher bouncy house and DJ Golden Mike will be spinning tunes in between events

See ksqmfm.com for more information.

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