VALPARAISO | Central Park Plaza was a melting pot of all breeds and breed-mixes of dogs – and their people – who came out Saturday for the Pup Crawl, sponsored by local rescue Lakeshore PAWS.
Participants of the third annual Lakeshore PAWS Pup Crawl take off down the sidewalks of Lincolnway in downtown Valparaiso, walking their four-legged friends so everybody could see them Saturday evening.
Brenda Olthff shows off Noah, one of the many dogs that were out and about in Central Park Plaza in downtown Valparaiso on Saturday during the third annual Lakeshore PAWS Pup Crawl, trying to get him a forever home.
Kaner, a St. Bernard and Rottweiler mix, lies in the grass with Jon Thomas, director of the Porter County Animal Shelter, at the Amphitheater in Central Park Plaza in downtown Valparaiso on Saturday during the third annual Lakeshore PAWS Pup Crawl.
VALPARAISO | The yipping and barking in Central Park Plaza on Saturday evening was enough to drive anyone crazy.
VALPARAISO| The Lakeshore PAWS biggest event of the year is Saturday July 20!
VALPARAISO | For the third year in a row, Lakeshore PAWS will host a dog walk to raise money for homeless pets on Saturday, July 20. The Lakeshore PAWS Pup Crawl will be held at Central Park Plaza in downtown Valparaiso from 5 to 10 p.m.
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