Paws in the Park

Reported by: Alisha Searl
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Updated: 10/08/2012 9:32 am
nimals need our help too, especially the one's in shelter's.

So, today the Humane Educational Society in Chattanooga held a big dog walk.

Organizers say they wanted to raise money, and have a little fun at the same time.

Prizes were given out to the dog who ate the fastest, had the best costume, and gave the best kisses.

Organizers say the money raised will go towards their Getting to Zero Campaign.

Jeanine Cloyd, with the Humane Educational Society, adds, "And that is ending animal population in Chattanooga and Hamilton County. So, the money we raise from this event goes to help our animals and to help do this in our community.I think we have about 16 dogs here today from the shelter, they're all wearing tutu's, so they were easy to identify, and they got to do a little dogs on the catwalk."

If you are interested adopting an animal, contact the Humane Educational Society.
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