A Holiday Treat for your Pup – Small Dog Play Date – Canine Crews in Chicago

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A Holiday Treat for your Pup – Small Dog Play Date – Canine Crews in Chicago

We are having a small dog play date at Canine Crews in Chicago on December 15th from 5-7pm. It is FREE and open to all SMALL dogs (35lbs and under).  Join our free meetup.com account to be notified of our upcoming meetup events: http://www.meetup.com/ROMPRescue

With the holidays upon us, what better way to treat your pups than with some indoor playtime fun! Join us at Canine Crews in Chicago on December 15 from 5-7pm (it’s a free event, just make sure your pups are up to date on shots).  We are excited to have an indoor place for the pups to exercise and socialize during the cold winter months!

**SPECIAL NOTE: we are doing a  ‘Bad Doggy Holiday Sweater’ theme for this event so please feel free to put your pup is his or her sweater for the play date, although not mandatory!

This will be a small dog event, it is open to all non-aggressive canines under 35lbs.

We request you curb your dog before entering, enter with your pup on a leash, and bring poop bags as a backup.  You are required to monitor your dog at all times which includes cleaning up after them and making sure they play nicely with everyone.   We will also have an event photographer on site to capture cute pics of your pups 🙂 so you can bask in their adorableness post event!

Canine Crews has four rooms, over 6,000 square feet, of dedicated indoor place space (and they do grooming, training, daycare, boarding and more too)!

Canine Crews: 1616 North Washtenaw, Chicago, IL
773-235-1616
http://www.caninecrews.com/
https://www.facebook.com/CanineCrews

There is street parking nearby and you can park along the building (turn right after the faux fence and park along that wall of their building).

Like us, ROMP Rescue, on Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/ROMPItalianGreyhoundRescue

We rescue, rehab and rehome Italian Greyhounds as well as other breeds that would otherwise be ‘discarded’.

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