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Pets available for adoption in Summit County

Meli - 5-year-old domestic medium-hair, tortie-and-tab calico femaleFlorence - 1-year/6-month-old domestic short-hair, black femaleJude - 2-year-old domestic short-hair, black-and-white maleMax - 4-year-old domestic short-hair, black maleBennie - 2-year-old domestic short-hair mix, black malecassie - 5-year-old domestic short-hair, orange-and-white femaleTora - 4-year-old domestic short-hair, black femaleSnuggles - 5-year-old domestic long-hair mix, tortie femaleButtercup - 3-year-old domestic short-hair, cream femaleSilkie - 2-year-old domestic long-hair, black femaleMontgomery - 5-year-old Abyssinian mix, brown tabby male

Tully - 1-year/1-month-old border collie mix, black-and-white maleOnyx - 3-year-old pit bull, blue femaleBuella - 2-year-old Australian cattle dog mix, red merle femaleBlanca - 2-year-old lab/American bulldog mix, white-and-brown femaleAlexandra - 3-year-old pit bull/French bulldog mix, brown-and-white femaleHarvey -3-year-old pit bull mix, tan-and-white maleTia - 8-year-old lab/Akita mix, black-and-white femaleKay-Dee - 3-year-old pug/beagle mix, tan femaleDozer - 1-year-old pit bull mix, white maleGimli - 2-year-old rottweiler, black-and-tan maleLucy - 4-year-old Australian Shepherd & Australian cattle dog mix, black femaleBarley - 1-year-old collie rough-and-pointer mix, orange-and-white maleOso - 4-year-old German Shepherd, black-and-tan maleMaxine - 9-month-old lab black-and-white female

The 22nd annual K94k is Aug. 4 in Frisco from 8 a.m. to noon. If you go online at www.summitlaps.com and pre-register, you can save $5 and a lot of time standing in line the day of the event. LAPS members get discounted entry fees to start with, but if we receive your check/registration/rabies proof by Saturday you can save more.Vendor tables of pet-related products, services and free samples will be set up and/or you can watch the agility demo while we wait for race results. The 2.5-mile course circles around Frisco, starting and ending at the gazebo on Main Street and the terrain is easy enough for baby strollers and any "oldsters" both in doggie years and human. Each registration receives a free T-shirt, a dog goodie bag and a chance to win door prizes. Free donuts, Abbey's coffee and lemonade will be available. We need volunteers, sponsors, prizes and silent auction items. If you can help, email LAPS@colorado.net. You will need to bring a 6-foot leash, proof of current rabies vaccination along with cash or a check. Registration runs from 8-9 a.m. and the race starts promptly at 9:15. The entry fee is per dog.


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