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Woof. Thats dog for lets do something fun. Its also dog for, I love you, lets eat, how about a walk? and National Dog Day is on August 26. Now that weve covered the basics, heres a list of places that cater to the pups in San Francisco. Woof! (That one means see ya later.)
Dog lovers! This August is for you and brought to you by the San Francisco Elite Squad! In partnership with Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, were bringing you a complimentary, pooch friendly series of events where you can bring your furry friend to socialize with other pups and your awesome fellow Yelpers. Each event will also feature giveaways to help pamper your pup and awesome offers/promotions from participating San Francisco based businesses. Interested in learning more about Yelps Elite Squad and all the fun we have? Check us out here: **Plus ones must have the Yelp app and check in to each event. High Fashion at Barebottle Brewing Sunday, August 18th 1-4pm RSVP: Bring your friendly, vaccinated dogs to Barebottle Brewing for an evening of high fashion! Well be having a costume contest with some super cool prizes alongside plenty of doggie treats and Barebottle beers! Confirmed RSVP required. Christmas Came Early at Pet Camp Wednesday, August 28th 6pm – 8pm RSVP: Want to meet Santa? Need a holiday photo for the upcoming season? Weve got you covered. Bring your friendly, vaccinated dogs to Pet Camp for a fun play date, beverages and small bites. ____ Other Participating Venues (make sure to check in for their offer)! Woodlands Pet Shop – Yap – The Animal Connection – Wag Hotels – ABOUT MUTTVILLE: Muttvilles mission is to give senior dogs a second chance at life. We rescue them, give them the care they need, find them loving homes, and spread the word about how WONDERFUL they are! Muttville was founded in 2007 by Sherri Franklin, a longtime animal advocate and rescue worker. Working from her house, Sherri rescued 27 dogs that year. Since then, Muttville has grown into a nationally recognized organization that rescues approximately 1000 dogs a year. (And it finally, in 2012, moved out of her house!) Muttville has been recognized for its groundbreaking approach to animal rescue. Our cage-free facility, our focus on foster, our on-site veterinary suite, and our hospice program are innovations that have been lauded and emulated around the country. With a small paid staff, Muttville exists through the hard work of hundreds of volunteers who assist in everything from transport to medical exams to administration. Youth groups, senior groups, and corporate groups consider Muttville a favorite. Muttville was named San Franciscos Favorite Charity by 7X7 magazine and has won numerous Beast of the Bay Awards including best rescue organization and best animal cause. In 2011 the Mayor of San Francisco declared May 10 Muttville Senior Dog Rescue Day. In 2012, the The Bay Area Chapter of the American Red Cross chose Muttville as one of eight recipients of its 2012 San Francisco Heroes Award. Muttville is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and has received the highest ratings from both Guidestar and Charity Navigator, the leading nonprofit watchdog organizations. Muttville rescued its 6000th dog in October 2018.
Came here Saturday morning and surprisingly the line was not crazy long. I got a Kouign Amann $4.25, Almond Croissant $5.25, Cranberry Coconut Scone $3.75, and a Ham and Cheese Croissant. That Kouign Amann was so good. It was flaky, buttery, and crunchyyyy. I really liked it. The almond croissant was good too. The scone is dry for my taste. And the ham and cheese croissant was pretty standard stuff. Definitely a ntinue reading
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