Chicago pet events for end of March

Chicago pet events for end of March
Join the Chicago English Bulldog Rescue for their Red Carpet event on Saturday.

It’s spring break week and it’s a pretty quiet week on the Chicago pet scene. The fun is on Saturday when your bully (English Bulldog) can dress to the nines for the Hollywood Red Carpet Romp. There’s a fun adoption event at Go Dog Go and Chicagoans stand up for carriage horses at a peaceful march. Here’s a quick peek at this weekend’s Chicago Pet Events.

Saturday, March 29

Chicago – Grab the hottest ticket in town by joining the Chicago English Bulldog Rescue for the Second Annual Hollywood Red Carpet Romp from 11 a.m. until 2:30 at Best Friends at 1628 North Elston. Walk the Red Carpet with or without your bully. There will be a fashion and style contest for the best-dressed bullies. Cruise the red carpet for the paparazzi and bask in the VIP treatment at this red carpet event. Tickets are just $5 and help support the great work of CEBR. You can get your tickets online.

Oswego – Meet the lovable adoptables from It’s a Pittie Rescue for an adoption event at Go Dog Go at 100 Main Street in Oswego.

Chicago – Be a voice for Chicago’s carriage horses at this march from 1 to 2 p.m. to show Alderman Edward Burke that they don’t belong on the streets of Chicago. The march will near the carriage horse stand at Michigan and Pearson.

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