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Thank You from Camp Bow Wow!

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Here's a message from the staff at Camp Bow Wow to all those who took part in their recent 5K-9 and Pet Adoption Day:

We wanted to thank everyone who came out to our first Camp Bow Wow 5K-9 at Girard Park on February 1st!  We had a great turnout with 98 5K participants and 106 1-Mile Fun Walk Participants!  Lots of dogs were adopted that day and many other pups got some great exposure.  We are still in the process of calculating our final donation numbers as orders and donations are still wrapping up.  If you missed out on purchasing the Camp Bow Wow 5K-9 T-shirt email or call Camp Bow Wow (lafayette.la@campbowwow.com or 337-237-DOGS) to find out if any extra shirts are still available. Once again, thank you all for your support in this great cause!
 
-Camp Bow Wow Lafayette

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