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Kaleb’s Organics Donates to the Annual Woofstock Celebration


August 15, 2016

Kaleb’s Organics will be contributing healthy dog treats and bandanas to this year’s Woofstock celebration. The Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance (CPAA) is hosting its 12th Annual Woofstock event on Sunday, September 25 from 11:00am to 5:00pm in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Held along the Riverfront Park in Harrisburg, Woofstock is the largest adoption event for canines on the East Coast. Drawing a crowd of thousands of animal lovers and their pets, this one-day festival features a variety of animal-related activities, including K-9 demonstrations, spay/neuter, fostering and adoption information, a low cost vaccine and microchipping clinic, a doggie kissing booth, a pet costume contest, adoptable dogs, raffles, prizes, a doggie ice cream social and a wide variety of vendors.

“It’s such an honor to get involved with an event like Woofstock,” said Matthew Dweck, founder of Kaleb’s Organics. “We couldn’t be more excited to donate our healthy, delicious treats and fun bandanas to this wonderful cause and event.”

All proceeds from Woofstock go directly to CPAA, whose mission is to save the lives of dogs and cats through aggressive spay/neuter campaigns, adoptions, fostering, training programs for rescued dogs, and public outreach and education. CPAA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization.

To learn more about the Woofstock event, visit www.cpaawoofstock.com. To learn more about CPAA, visit www.cpaa.info.

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