Click here for SMILEBOX that has 64 videos and pictures of contestants and winners from Best Kisser, Greatest Ghoul, Tiniest Terror, Best Pet/Owner Look-A-Like, Best Trick and Most Spooktacular. Photos courtesy of McCall Tedder; videos courtesy of Daniel Collins. Click on the photo to stop slideshow, then you can save the picture for free. (SMILEBOX takes a moment to load.)
Slideshow of over 150 pictures of contestants and winners from Best Kisser, Greatest Ghoul, Tiniest Terror, Best Pet/Owner Look-A-Like, Best Trick and Most Spooktacular. Photos courtesy of McCall Tedder; videos courtesy of Daniel Collins. Click on the photo to stop slideshow, then you can save the picture for free.
The Baldwin County Humane Society (BARC!) is hosting the third annual Howl-O-Ween Spooky Pooch Parade on October 23, 2010, at The Wharf in Orange Beach. Click here for printable poster.
Registration starts at 10:00 am; a donation of $10 enters your pet in the best trick and costume contests. All proceeds go to BARC! and the fundraising goal is $2,000. Click here for registration form.
The Emerald Coast’s Foremost Pet Psychic, Sarah Christopher, will do intuitive readings for pets and people.
“Pur-Furred” vendor booths for pet reflexology, pet sitting, groomers, training, pet portraits and pet foods will be open at Palm Plaza next to the Ferris Wheel. Click here for vendor application.
BARC! will hold a pet adoption.
Best Trick contest starts at 11am, followed by the costume contests for Tiniest Terror (smallest dog) and the Greatest Ghoul (biggest dog). Other contests are Best Kisser and Best Pet/Owner Look-A-Like.
Lisa Mason, an accredited AKC evaluator, will be conducting the trick and costume contests. Lisa recently opened Mason's Mongrel's Dog House raining facility in Elberta.
Ms Senior Baldwin, Joanie Moore, is the guest judge of the contests.
At noon the “Most Spooktacular” costume will lead the Spooky Pooch Parade around the stores at The Wharf.
Special thanks to Jim Parker at Power Productions for public address system.
The Baldwin County Humane Society incorporated in 1979 as a not-for-profit county-wide animal welfare organization. For more information contact the BARC office at 251-928-4585.
For complete event details,call Lesley Dethloff, Special Events Coordinator at The Wharf, at 251.224.1012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos from 2009 Howl-O-Ween courtesy of Pet Portrait Network.