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Good luck getting together with other Tripawds! Please take some cards or fliers in case you run into any other three legged dogs by chance at Goldstock, and be sure to post pictures when you get back.
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Here is some information I copied from their website http://www.gold…..kcamp.com/
Goldstock is a celebration of our dogs and of rescue. The event was started in
1998 in support of Golden Retriever Rescue.
Approximately 65 people and their goldens attended and a few thousand dollars
was raised to help rescue. From that beginning, the event has grown to include
over 30 rescue groups selling wonderful merchandise; more than 300 people from
all over the US, as well as Canada and the UK; and well over 400 very happy
dogs. In the 12 years of Goldstock, several hundred thousand dollars has been
raised for rescue, and the weekend now includes such events as:
- The world famous Doghouse Dancers (aka) the Tortellinis
- the infamous 50/50 men
- the doggy Olympics,
where bribing the judges is not only allowed, but encouraged
- the sweetest dog contest
- the rescue parade and recognition of seniors
- educational seminars
- CGC and TDI testing
- silent and live auctions
- and the Candle
Ceremony in memory and in honor of our loved ones, both human and
It has been described as the most fun you can have with your dog and other
dog lovers. So, what is Goldstock? In order to truly understand, you have to
come and experience it for yourself.
DATES: Friday, September 3rd through Monday (Labor Day),
This will be our first time attending with our Golden rescue Meggy (age 10) and our new Golden tripaw who is 7 weeks old. We will be picking her up Sunday.