Sunday October 21, 2018 12:00 pm EDT
Cost: Free-$5

Atlantans of all ages, and dogs of all breeds, will once again fill the streets of East Atlanta Village for Halloween-themed fun – and to raise funds for a worthy nonprofit. The family-friendly festival is free for people, and $5 per dog. Costume-contest entry is an additional $5. At Dogtoberfest, attendees will enjoy meeting adoptable dogs and cats, pet parade, a chance to win wonderful prizes by entering the pet costume contest, pup vendors and raffle prizes.
All dogs entering Dogtoberfest will need to be spayed/neutered and on leashes (not the retractable kind).


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572 Stokeswood Ave. S.E.
Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 919-3619

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