Sunday, February 24, 2013
OK, so you had a busy week. We understand. Let us catch you up on all the highlights from Dunedin Patch!
Dollar General developers updated site plans that replace a privately-owned "eyesore" storage lot. The item is up for discussion at tonight's city commission meeting. Pinellas County Sheriff's Capt. Glenn Luben, the new man in charge of day-to-day patrol operations in north Pinellas, shares challenges he and his deputies face in times of tightening budgets and evolving technology. Suncoast Animal League's annual Mutt March held Saturday, Feb. 16, at Highlander Park featured crazy contests and a Mutt March pledge walk. Dunedin officials are considering renaming Pioneer Park to memorialize one of the city's longest serving public servants at Thursday's commission meeting. City officials are considering the spending package for a possible …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Suncoast Animal League's annual Mutt March held Saturday, Feb. 16, at Highlander Park featured crazy contests and a Mutt March pledge walk.
Sweaters and blankets were the accessory of choice for many dogs and their owners during the Suncoast Animal League's seventh Annual Mutt March on Saturday at Highlander Park. Despite cold temperatures, furry, four-legged friends participated in crazy contests and a Mutt March pledge walk, helping to raise $34,433 for Suncoast Animal League between Mutt March and Dogtoberfest in November Show off your photos from Mutt March 2013! Just click the "Upload Photos and Video" button above to add them to the community scrapbook. The following is a list of contest winners and a tally of the amount raised during the Mutt March pledge drive, according to Beth Winship of Suncoast Animal League: Pet-Owner Look-Alike Contest Fido Idol Contest Dancing…
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Taking your dog to Suncoast Animal League's seventh annual Mutt March at Highlander Park today? Here's everything you need to know.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Suncoast Animal League's seventh annual Mutt March at Highlander Park in Dunedin on Feb. 16 will reveal more than the most talented dogs in the area. It also determines the next Honorary four-legged (or web-footed) Mayor of Dunedin.
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Thursday, February 14
Canines of all shapes, sizes and skills are running over to Dunedin's Highlander Park to cast their vote on Saturday, Feb. 16. They'll be lining up to take part in Suncoast Animal League's seventh annual Mutt March for pet look-a-like, singing and dancing competitions, pet vendors, raffles, an art corner, food and and water stations (don't worry, there's a beer garden for people). They'll be there to help their four-legged friends from more than 20 animal rescue groups get adopted to new families, as well as see who gets named the next Honorary Mayor of Dunedin, a fundraising campaign title that goes to the dog (or goose) with the most pledges. (It's not too late, start your dog's campaign or cast your vote.) The event is free to attend, …