Sunday May 4, 2014
Westborough Bay State Green
10am - 3pm
For discounted entrance fees to all events, register by 5PM Monday, April 28.
- Registration form -
All dogs that are leashed and vaccinated for rabies are invited.
Schedule of Events9:30 AM: Registration begins for Dog Dash[+]
9:30 - Registration begins for the 2 mile dog dash - Registration will continue until the start of the race at 10AM!
An opportunity to show off your and your pet's running skills. Run, jog, or walk your way to the finish line! Prizes for the first three to cross the finish line.!
Early Registration - $10 for each running pair, $5 per additional dog - please complete the early registration form by Monday, April 28th at 5PM and get a gift bag with dog treats and a frisbee.
Didn't register early? Register the day of! - $15 for each running pair, $5 per additional dog
The SCAVMA One Health Committee is proud to present the "Tick Talk" Booth at the Westborough Spring Festival! This year, we will be talking about Lyme disease and what you can do to keep yourself and your pet safe. Whether it's recognizing a tick on your pet or knowing the facts about Lyme disease transmission, come visit us to learn more about something that hits close to home for all of us. Kids - come and try your hand at the "tick toss!"11:00 AM - 3:00 PM: Arts and Crafts
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM: Dog Wash [+]
Dirty Dog? Have your dog bathed, their nails trimmed, and their ears cleaned by our vets in training!!
$5 Nail Trim
$5 Ear Cleaning
$15 For the Works!!
Think you have the best dog in town? Then prove it at the Amateur Dog Show! A variety of categories will be judged including best tail wag, cutest smile, and best kisses! Judged by our esteemed Tufts faculty and community members! Prizes for all winners!
Prices: $5 per dog to enter 3 categories/classes, or $10 for as many categories as you like!
Prizes this year will include passes to the New England Aquarium and the Ecotarium, gym memberships, gift cards to local pet stores and restaurants, and much more!
All Proceeds Go To:
"Supporting pets whose caring owners cannot afford veterinary care"
About the Fundraiser
A portion of the proceeds from the Spring Fundraiser will be donated to the Dr. Stanley O. Travis Fund. The Travis Fund is an un-endowed fund established in honor of Dr. Travis, a local small animal practitioner who died in 1983 at the age of 48. The purpose of this allocation is to finance medical treatment for sick pets whose caring and responsible owners are unable to afford sophisticated medical procedures. The second half of the proceeds is deposited in the Tufts Student Chapter of American Veterinary Medical Association (SCAVMA) account. This money supports SCAVMA-funded activities such as professional development lectures, national board preparation sessions, workshops and trips to the annual SAVMA Symposium.