Frolick Dogs, a canine sports club, recently hosted a Pawlentine’s Day event. Sandy Guilermo of DC Single Dog Parents coordinated the fun-filled day with over 25 dogs in attendance.
Obstacles courses, snacks and water were available for furry guests, while their human counterparts were treated to brunch. Fifty-percent of all proceeds were donated to the Elvis Fund. Elvis was a very special dog, adpoted at age four and lived a long life until seventeen. Blind and mostly deaf, Elvis was known as the “King of the Neighborhood.”
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Story + Photography by JD Watkins