Casting call for all pups and party animals! Join us on December 21st from 4:00 – 6:00pm at the Guy Harvey Resort St Augustine Beach as we try to break our own record of the most Santa Dogs at a single event! Last year we had 75 Dog Santa’s attend our Holidog Pawty! Dress your best friend in any kind of festive Santa costume and let’s once again show the world that St Augustine is one of the most dog friendly destinations! We will have a complimentary cocktail, Santa himself for your holiday photo, and our Surfboard auction that will benefit K9s For Warriors.
SANTA PAWS IS COMING TO TOWN!
Entry is $10 per person and those over 21 will receive a complimentary cocktail from St Augustine Distillery. All proceeds for ticket sales will be donated to Ayla’s Acre’s No-Kill Animal Rescue. In Kind donation will be also be accepted at the hotel up until the end of the event for items for items that will help the Rescue like sheets, towels, dog food, dog treats, and dog toys. We will have prizes for the Best Dressed Santa, fun games and Santa himself will be there for photo opportunities.
Get your tickets online early! Come out and help support these wonderful organization in K9s For Warriors and Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue.
Come see our Surfboard Art Exhibit and Auction as we celebrate our local artist, Mary Robinson, Gina Marie-Hammer, Brooke Stecker, Glo MacDonald, Jami Childers, Steward Maxcy, Steve Ryder, and Nancy Zedar & Lisa Fisher. These artists have created a wonderful gallery using surfboards as their canvas. These beautiful beach inspired boards will be auctioned off to raise money for K9s For Warriors.. If you are unable to attend people can bid online for boards until Friday, December 20, 2019 at 10pm. After that all bids will be on site until 7 pm on Saturday, December 21st where the boards will be sold to the highest bidder.
by Brooke Stecker
by Jami Childers
by Stewart Maxcy
by Steve Ryder
by Mary Robinson
by Nancy Zedar & Lisa fisher
by Gina-Marie Hammer
by Glo MacDonald
About K9s For Warriors
K9s For Warrior rescues, rehabilitates, trains and provides service animals for returning military personnel with Post-traumatic Stress Disorders. These hard-working people and the dogs they provide are dedicated to helping our Military warriors return to civilian life with dignity and independence. They are the nation’s largest provider of service dogs for disabled American Veterans. Find out more at www.K9sForWarriors.org.
About Ayla’S Acres No-Kill Animal Shelter
Providing Love, Security, and Dignity to North Florida’s Homeless and Neglected Animals
In Northeast and North Central Florida, more than 30,000 animals are euthanized every year. Shelters and animal control facilities are over-crowded with homeless, abandoned and abused animals. And the task of remedying these concerns seems daunting at best.
Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue, Inc., is tackling the problem one animal at a time. Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue, Inc. is a St. Augustine-based non-profit supporting adoption, spay and neuter, and responsible care of animals. Along with education, outreach, adoption and fostering programs, Ayla’s Acres maintains a 45-acre sanctuary where “unadoptable” animals may live out their lives with peace, love, and dignity. We recently launched a $2.6 million dollar capital campaign to raise funds to build Peter’s Friends Animal Resource Center in St. Johns County. Ayla’s Acres receives no government funding, relying instead on private donations of money, supplies, and items that are sold through Ayla’s Acres Thrift Shop (142 King Street.). If you are unable to attend Santa Paws Holidog Pawty and would like to donate, please click below to find out more on Ayla’s Acres mission and to help support their work.