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Requested Donation $5.00 (Pre – Event) or $7.50 (at the door)

All Donations Benefit Our Friends at Dog Mountain!

You can submit your Picture at Littleton Pet Center, by email or at the party!

This year our Howl-O-Ween Costume Theme will be:
     DR. SEUSS

There will be Three Winning Categories:
1. Best Themed Costume
2. Best Overall Costume
3. Best Team Costume

Our Distinguished Judges will choose winners on October 31st .

The Party will consist of:
     • Pictures
     • Scavenger hunt
     • Many canine games
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Operation: War Dogs
 Summer Long Donation Drive Benefiting US War Dog Association
 July 4th – Labor Day 2013
 Littleton Pet Center is preparing to launch its first annual summer-long donation drive, Operation: War Dogs, to support US War Dog Association and the military working dogs serving in the United States Armed Forces. The drive officially begins on July 4th and ends on Labor Day 2013.
 US War Dog Association
 The United States War Dogs Association, Inc. is a nonprofit organization of Former and Current US Military Dog Handlers and supporting members committed to promoting the long history of the Military Service Dogs, establishing permanent War Dog Memorials, and educating the public about the invaluable service of these canines to our country.
 Our background in military War Dog service and our dedication to honoring the memory of the service and sacrifice of the US Military Working Dogs gives us a unique perspective that we can use to educate the public on the history of Military War Dogs.
 Objectives:
 1. Education – With the use of our Traveling U. S. War Dog Exhibit, bring the history of all U. S. Military War Dogs from all Wars to the general public.
 2. War Dog Memorial – Help raise funds to establish War Dog Memorials.
 3. K-9 Corps Commemorative Stamp Drive Sign on for petitions to have the Postal Service issue a commemorative stamp for all Military Working Dogs.
 4. National Memorial – Help to establish a National War Dog Memorial in Washington, DC.
 5. Support – Through our fund raising: service dog organizations such as Military Working Dogs, Police K-9 units and Search and Rescue units.
 6. K-9 Adoption – Help in the process of adopting retiring Military and Police Canines.
 7. Support – Post-deployment outreach for returning troops.
 During Operation: War Dogs, donors can stop by Littleton Pet Center to make a contribution, or simply mail a check to Littleton Pet Center made out to US War Dog Association. Littleton Pet Center will be giving away a free night of lodging at their facility to every donor who contributes $100. In addition, Littleton Pet Center will decorate their facility with patriotic paw prints presenting the names of the clients and community members who contribute to US War Dog Association. Every dollar counts and anyone interested in donating is encouraged to stop by Littleton Pet Center to make a contribution in their name or in honor of a soldier they wish to recognize. These donations will help provide an abundance of critically needed items including K9 medications, food, grooming tools, bedding and other necessities.
 United States War Dogs Association: http://www.uswardogs.org/

Photo: Operation: War Dogs Summer Long Donation Drive Benefiting US War Dog Association July 4th – Labor Day 2013 Littleton Pet Center is preparing to launch its first annual summer-long donation drive, Operation: War Dogs, to support US War Dog Association and the military working dogs serving in the United States Armed Forces. The drive officially begins on July 4th and ends on Labor Day 2013. US War Dog Association The United States War Dogs Association, Inc. is a nonprofit organization of Former and Current US Military Dog Handlers and supporting members committed to promoting the long history of the Military Service Dogs, establishing permanent War Dog Memorials, and educating the public about the invaluable service of these canines to our country. Our background in military War Dog service and our dedication to honoring the memory of the service and sacrifice of the US Military Working Dogs gives us a unique perspective that we can use to educate the public on the history of Military War Dogs. Objectives: 1. Education – With the use of our Traveling U. S. War Dog Exhibit, bring the history of all U. S. Military War Dogs from all Wars to the general public. 2. War Dog Memorial – Help raise funds to establish War Dog Memorials. 3. K-9 Corps Commemorative Stamp Drive Sign on for petitions to have the Postal Service issue a commemorative stamp for all Military Working Dogs. 4. National Memorial – Help to establish a National War Dog Memorial in Washington, DC. 5. Support – Through our fund raising: service dog organizations such as Military Working Dogs, Police K-9 units and Search and Rescue units. 6. K-9 Adoption – Help in the process of adopting retiring Military and Police Canines. 7. Support – Post-deployment outreach for returning troops. During Operation: War Dogs, donors can stop by Littleton Pet Center to make a contribution, or simply mail a check to Littleton Pet Center made out to US War Dog Association. Littleton Pet Center will be giving away a free night of lodging at their facility to every donor who contributes $100. In addition, Littleton Pet Center will decorate their facility with patriotic paw prints presenting the names of the clients and community members who contribute to US War Dog Association. Every dollar counts and anyone interested in donating is encouraged to stop by Littleton Pet Center to make a contribution in their name or in honor of a soldier they wish to recognize. These donations will help provide an abundance of critically needed items including K9 medications, food, grooming tools, bedding and other necessities. United States War Dogs Association: http://www.uswardogs.org/.
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1985 St Johnsbury Rd Littleton, NH 03561
1985 Saint Johnsbury RoadUSNew HampshireLittleton03561
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Littleton Pet Center is the premier pet care facility / pet resort for dog boarding, dog lodging, dog daycare, dog grooming, cat boarding, cat lodging, dog daycare, dog grooming, and for small animals such as birds, ferrets, guinea pigs.
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