Toast to Shelter Pets at the Ninth Annual Pup Crawl

Guests will enjoy free drinks at six downtown Stuart watering holes to benefit the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast August 5

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Volunteer Kara Hayes with Chip, who is available for adoption. Photo courtesy of the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast
Volunteer Kara Hayes with Chip, who is available for adoption. Photo courtesy of the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast

The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast’s ninth annual Pup Crawl returns August 5, from 5:30 to 11 p.m. Presented by Wagnolias and sponsored by Camp Bow Wow, Pup Crawl invites participants to enjoy one free drink at six venues in Stuart’s downtown district to benefit shelter pets.

The theme of this year’s Pup Crawl is “Miami Vice.” Supporters are encouraged to participate in a themed costume contest to win prizes. Official Pup Crawl swag is on sale now, which includes tee shirts, tank tops, and more. For those who can’t make the event, these items may be purchased as a show of support. To place an order, click here.
Open to guests aged 21 years and older, pre-registration tickets are on sale online for $30. Participants also may register at the event at the Promenade next to Spritz City Bistro, the first stop during the event. All proceeds will benefit the humane society’s shelter animals.
Participating venues are the Lush Lounge, Spritz City Bistro, The Hangar, Sneaki Tiki, Duffy’s Sports Grill, and Taco Shack Bar & Grill.
The event is dog-friendly, but all dogs must be kept on non-retractable leashes and owners must make sure the dog is cared for at all times. Pet owners must be aware of the signs of heat exhaustion, aggressive behavior, overstimulation, and other problematic areas, as pet health and safety are essential. Pets will not be permitted indoors, so participants with dogs are encouraged to have a buddy system.
For more information, contact Community Events Specialist Alyssa Bean at 772-600-3215 or Events@hstc1.org.

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