Saskatoon Pets in the Park is a registered charity founded in 2006 by members from three local animal welfare agencies: New Hope Dog Rescue, the Saskatoon SPCA, and SCAT Street Cat Rescue, and dedicated animal lovers from the Saskatoon community. The primary goal is to raise funds to pay for medical care for sick, injured, orphaned, and homeless animals from Saskatoon.
Pets in the Park (PIP) is one of Saskatoon’s popular summer events which combines fun for the entire family with fundraising for a great cause. Families can bring their on-leash pets to the park and enjoy a wonderful day together.
Early birds! Join us from 8-9am for our Pancake Breakfast
Music from local musicians featuring the music of vocalists, Donna Hay, Colleen Carr, and Jacine Jyug, with a special tribute to the late jazz impresario, Maurice Drouin
Demos – everything from flyball, rally obedience, etc., and when available, the Saskatoon Police K-9 Services
Culligan Coolers – for people, and doggie bowls and pools for pets
Silent Auction – over 100 fantastic deals (bid high – it’s for the animals)
Vendor Booths – pet-related businesses showcase their products and services
This event is a great opportunity for pets to socialize with other animals and for pet parents to show off their furry children, all the while benefiting animals in need.
Kiwanis Memorial Park North - One of Saskatoon’s most picturesque downtown parks off Spadina Crescent East, between 22nd Street East and 24th Street East.
Sunday, July 14, 2019
Admission is free
Pets must be on leash at all times or inside a carrier
Retractable leashes are NOT permitted
Outstanding sponsors and enthusiastic participants help to make this event truly sensational. You won’t want to miss it!
We welcome visitors from all over Western Canada to this amazing day.
We encourage you to take every opportunity to donate funds for the benefit of local animals in need. Donations can be made at the appropriate receptacles at locations such as at the Silent Auction and Ticket Booth tents. Thank you for your support!