The Oakland County Parks and Recreation is hosting a Howl-o-ween Bash at Lyon Oaks Dog Park on Saturday.
The event is geared for dogs and their owners.
"This is a great fall event to enjoy with your best friend. Come with your dog and dressed in your best or most creative costume. We have activities plus plenty of hands-on training and information for pet owners to take home," recreation program supervisor Laurie Stasiak said.
The event runs from noon – 4 p.m. and is filled with canine-related activities: costume contests at 2 p.m. including prizes for most original, funniest, scariest and best dog and owner combo; dog agility course; learn about pet care, dog training and physical therapy/rehabilitation programs; pet demonstrations; adoptions; vendors and keepsake photos.
The event is co-sponsored by Canine College of Farmington Hills, Bark Busters of Southeastern Michigan, Pawsitive Steps Rehabilitation and Therapy for Pets in Rochester Hills and Michigan Veterinary Specialists of Southfield.
Running simultaneously with Howl-o-ween is a pet vaccination clinic from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Oakland County Parks and Recreation is partnering with All About Animals Rescue to offer a number of services for dogs and cats: vaccinations are $10 each, $10 microchips, $20 heartworm tests, dog licenses, and preventive treatments.
Lyon Oaks Dog Park is located at 52221 Pontiac Trail in Wixom. A daily park pass or valid Oakland County Parks and Recreation Annual Vehicle Permit is required for park entry.
Visit DestinationOakland.com for more information.