Bring Your Dogs to the Woofstock at the Barnacle Historic State Park

Woofstock Barnacle Historic State Park Equipaws Pet ServicesWoofstock 2018: The Barnacle Goes to the Dogs!

You and your dogs are invited to join us at Woofstock at the Barnacle Historic State Park on May 6! This is such a fun event for your pets and for you! They can meet new friends and compete in a dog/owner look-alike contest. If you are looking for a new family member, Paw Patrol Animal Rescue and Sanctuary will be bringing adoptable dogs. You can take the chance to introduce your dog to their potential new family members and see how they get along! Paw Patrol was featured in Dumped: A Rescue Story. Check it out!

What to Do at Woofstock at the Barnacle:

Miami K9 Officers Woofstock Barnacle Historic State Park

There are plenty of activities and fresh air for you to enjoy from 11am to 4pm. We’re always excited to see our Miami K-9 officers in action with demonstrations on how they work and other cool tricks. We’ll also have pet-related vendors, an animal blessing, hot food, and live music, too.

Come out and visit with our pet vendors:

Paw Patrol Animal Rescue & Sanctuary
Kiddos Magazine
Pet Wants Miami
Gueyita
SoFlo Veterinary Consultants
Canine Film Festival 2018
Bubba Rose Biscuit Co.
Le chien Gourmet
Save The Strays Foundation
Soul Dog Zen Cat
Dog is Good
Fetch My Vet

As always during the park’s regular business hours, well-behaved pets are welcome. All dogs must be on a hand-held leash that does not exceed six feet in length.The Historic Barnacle State Park is located at 3485 Old Main Highway, Coconut Grove, FL 33133. The event is free each year with $2 park admission and kids under 5 years old are free – as are the dogs!

 

About the Barnacle:

Throughout the year, The Barnacle Society sponsors numerous events, including moonlight concerts and outdoor films, in an effort to raise funds to support this lovely Historic State Park. If you have any questions or interest in volunteering or becoming a member, visit www.thebarnacle.org or call the Park Ranger Station at 305-442-6866.

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