Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt


By Mark Furman

Event Details

Date: April 4, 2009

Time: 11am-1pm

Location: Greenhill Humane Society, 88530 Green Hill Rd., Eugene

Adult Price: $5 per egg-hunting dog

Organization: Greenhill Humane Society

Event Description

Catch the scent and join Greenhill with your pooch to sniff out 1,000 dog treat filled Easter eggs hidden all over the shelter’s lawn and facility! GHS’ first ever Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt will take place Saturday, April 4 from 11am – 1pm. The lucky dogs that find a gold, silver or bronze egg will win special prizes! After the hunt complimentary sweets and refreshments will be available. Registration will begin on the day of the event at 10:30am and the hunt will begin at 11am. Cost is $5 per egg-hunting dog. For more information email or call 689-1503.

Come Prepared:
- All egg hunters must bring their own egg basket or sack
- Dog owners should dress appropriate for wet weather and field conditions (boots, rain jackets, etc.)
- Dog water stations and scooping bags will be provided

- All dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. Make sure your dog is friendly and social with other dogs before attending.
- Owners must stay with their dogs at all times.

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