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Fun for the whole (furry) family! Boxerstock is this Sunday, noon-6pm.

 

The seventh annual Boxerstock Music Festival which benefits the Atlanta Boxer Rescue, takes place on Sunday, October 19, from  noon to 6pm at Jim Miller Park in Marietta. This year’s event promises to be the best ever, featuring live music from both  national and local acts in a variety of musical genres, including American Idol 2014 finalist, Jess Meuse. Boxerstock is a family and dog-friendly event, welcoming well-behaved dogs of all breeds. Sponsor C&C Fence Company will provide 2 fenced Mini-Dog Parks, one for large dogs and one for smaller canine attendees to roam off leash. Trainers from sponsor K-9 Coach/Bed & Bark will be available for dog training tips and demos throughout the day.

Microchipping for dogs that have current vaccinations and proof of ownership will be available for $25 per dog. Atlanta food truck vendors Mix’d Up, Yoli’s and Mighty Meatballs will serve delicious food options at the park throughout the day. This year’s musical lineup includes some of the finest artists from local performers and nationally known acts. The music starts at noon and continues throughout the day until 6 p.m. Georgia native and 2014 Georgia Music Awards Country Female Artist of the Year, Megan Fowler, kicks things off at noon. Charlotte-area musicians Stolen Hearts bring their signature “Dirty Southern Soul”  sound to the stage. The Larry Griffith Band will have the audience on their feet with their own brand of blues wizardry. 2014 Georgia Music Awards Country Band of the Year, Tiger Creek Band combines musical styles into a sound that’s guaranteed to
entertain. Power trio JP Blues delivers searing, soulful guitars to the Boxerstock stage. Chris Nathan will blow the audience away with his mellow sound and soulful, honest voice.

Featured performer and American Idol 2014 star Jess Meuse closes out the show with a can’t miss performance by one of America’s top talents. Comedienne Shelly Ryan returns to Boxerstock for her sixth year as emcee.

This year’s Boxerstock features a Kids’ Village with fun activities for children, including the human hamster balls from Water Walkers, inflatables, and a second stage for kid-friendly entertainment and music from some of Georgia’s finest up and coming young artists. Other planned events include a silent auction, a dog costume contest, Frisbee demos from Dahlonega Action Dogs, agility demos from the country’s top agility boxer and others. A variety of merchandise from over sixty vendors will be available for purchase.

Atlanta Boxer Rescue volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and provide information about adopting, fostering or volunteering. All healthy foster dogs will be on hand to meet approved adopters. Those interested in fostering a boxer should submit their application as early as possible.

More information about Boxerstock including sponsorship opportunities, musician lineup, vendor applications, directions
to the event and a full schedule can be found at boxerstock.org. Tickets for the event are available on the website at www.boxerstock.org.

Atlanta Boxer Rescue, Inc. is a nonprofit organization specializing in the rescue, adoption and animal welfare of Boxer dogs in the Atlanta metropolitan area. The organization provides veterinary services for its rescues and owner education and support for all Boxers in the Atlanta area. Atlanta Boxer Rescue, Inc. is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by IRS law. For more information, to volunteer, to donate or to adopt a Boxer, please visit Atlanta Boxer Rescue online at www.atlantaboxerrescue.org or email info@atlantaboxerrescue.org.

 

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Atlanta Boxer Rescue to Hold Seventh Annual Boxerstock Music Festival

 

The seventh annual Boxerstock Music Festival which benefits the Atlanta Boxer Rescue, takes place on Sunday, October 19, from  noon to 6pm at Jim Miller Park in Marietta. This year’s event promises to be the best ever, featuring live music from both  national and local acts in a variety of musical genres, including American Idol 2014 finalist, Jess Meuse. Boxerstock is a family and dog-friendly event, welcoming well-behaved dogs of all breeds. Sponsor C&C Fence Company will provide 2 fenced Mini-Dog Parks, one for large dogs and one for smaller canine attendees to roam off leash. Trainers from sponsor K-9 Coach/Bed & Bark will be available for dog training tips and demos throughout the day.

Microchipping for dogs that have current vaccinations and proof of ownership will be available for $25 per dog. Atlanta food truck vendors Mix’d Up, Yoli’s and Mighty Meatballs will serve delicious food options at the park throughout the day. This year’s musical lineup includes some of the finest artists from local performers and nationally known acts. The music starts at noon and continues throughout the day until 6 p.m. Georgia native and 2014 Georgia Music Awards Country Female Artist of the Year, Megan Fowler, kicks things off at noon. Charlotte-area musicians Stolen Hearts bring their signature “Dirty Southern Soul”  sound to the stage. The Larry Griffith Band will have the audience on their feet with their own brand of blues wizardry. 2014 Georgia Music Awards Country Band of the Year, Tiger Creek Band combines musical styles into a sound that’s guaranteed to
entertain. Power trio JP Blues delivers searing, soulful guitars to the Boxerstock stage. Chris Nathan will blow the audience away with his mellow sound and soulful, honest voice.

Featured performer and American Idol 2014 star Jess Meuse closes out the show with a can’t miss performance by one of America’s top talents. Comedienne Shelly Ryan returns to Boxerstock for her sixth year as emcee.

This year’s Boxerstock features a Kids’ Village with fun activities for children, including the human hamster balls from Water Walkers, inflatables, and a second stage for kid-friendly entertainment and music from some of Georgia’s finest up and coming young artists. Other planned events include a silent auction, a dog costume contest, Frisbee demos from Dahlonega Action Dogs, agility demos from the country’s top agility boxer and others. A variety of merchandise from over sixty vendors will be available for purchase.

Atlanta Boxer Rescue volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and provide information about adopting, fostering or volunteering. All healthy foster dogs will be on hand to meet approved adopters. Those interested in fostering a boxer should submit their application as early as possible.

More information about Boxerstock including sponsorship opportunities, musician lineup, vendor applications, directions
to the event and a full schedule can be found at boxerstock.org. Tickets for the event are available on the website at www.boxerstock.org.

Atlanta Boxer Rescue, Inc. is a nonprofit organization specializing in the rescue, adoption and animal welfare of Boxer dogs in the Atlanta metropolitan area. The organization provides veterinary services for its rescues and owner education and support for all Boxers in the Atlanta area. Atlanta Boxer Rescue, Inc. is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by IRS law. For more information, to volunteer, to donate or to adopt a Boxer, please visit Atlanta Boxer Rescue online at www.atlantaboxerrescue.org or email info@atlantaboxerrescue.org.

 

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Submit your pet for our Annual Pet Guide


EAST COBBER is publishing its annual Pet Guide to be featured in the upcoming November issue, The only thing that’s missing is your pet’s gorgeous face. Snap a photo of your pet, and we may choose to feature your furry friend! We are also encouraging owners with unusual pets like: lizards, guinea pigs, hedgehogs or hermit crabs to submit photos of their precious pets. Send your photos to pets@eastcobber.com. Subject line:  My Pet.  Please be sure to include your name and the name of your pet(s) and breed.

The deadline for the November issue is Wednesday, October 15.

 

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Coming in November: EAST COBBER Pet Guide!

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Loyalty. Affection. Tenderness. Playfulness. Pets enrich our lives like nothing else. At EAST COBBER, we believe our one-of-a- kind companions deserve their own special section. That’s why every November issue, we publish the only pet care resource for East Cobb pet owners. For advertising information, call EAST COBBER: 770-640-7070.

 

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Good Mews Holiday Décor Market Weekends October 25 – November 23

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Get started on your holiday shopping at the Good Mews annual Holiday Décor Market, Saturdays 10am-5pm and Sundays 12 – 5pm from October 25th through November 23rd. Find the perfect gift and shop a wide variety of merchandise to celebrate the holidays! Choose from festive fall décor, collectibles, ornaments and tree trimmings, party platters and serving ware, knick-knacks and so much more! It will be held at the Sandy Plains (Publix) Shopping Center, 1860 Sandy Plains Rd at Scufflegrit Rd. Marietta, 30066 (Suite 202, 2 doors down from Publix). Admission is free. Visit www.goodmews.org for the latest about the Market and Good Mews.

100% of the proceeds benefit Good Mews, a local non-profit organization, which operates a volunteer-based, no-kill shelter for homeless, abused and abandoned cats. Located at 736 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta, GA, the shelter provides a cage-free environment for its residents, offering them comfort and security while adoption programs find them happy, loving homes. Good Mews has a strong commitment to the practice of spaying and neutering as the most important step in reducing the pet overpopulation problem. They also promote public awareness regarding the value of pets, animal welfare, and quality human-animal companionship through educational and outreach programs.

To join this growing organization, or to find out more about what you can do to help, call 770-499-CATS (2287) or visit www.goodmews.org.

Cobb Animal Control’s FURever Fest is Saturday

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miss the Cobb County Animal Control FURever Fest, Saturday, October 4, 10am – 4pm, 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta, GA 30008.

Activities include:

  • Adoptions
  • Vendors
  • Food
  • Police K-9 Demonstrations
  • Raffles for Great Prizes
  • Special Adoption Rates

Come out and support your shelter! Please bring dog or cat food donations for the local pet food bank. Unopened and unexpired.

For more information please contact Billy Mayfield at 770-590-5614 or visit www.cobbanimalcontrol.org • Facebook.com/CobbAC • Twitter.com/CobbAC or https://www.facebook.com/events/1455332041396601/.

 
or visit us at www.cobbanimalcontrol.org • Facebook.com/CobbAC • Twitter.com/CobbAC
 

 

 

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Blessing of the Animals at Powers Ferry UMC this Saturday

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Powers Ferry United Methodist Church: Invites everyone to bring their leashed, caged, or crated pets to a “Blessing of the Animals” service on October 4th at 11am as parishoners celebrate all of God’s creation. The church is located at 245 Powers Ferry Road. For further information please call the church office at 770-973-5271 on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday from 10 am until 3 pm.

 

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Volunteer. Adopt. Donate. FURever Fest is coming soon.

 

Cobb County Animal Control invites you to FURever Fest from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 4.

The Fest will feature Police K-9 demonstrations, raffles for great prizes and special adoption rates. This is the perfect time to take home your new best friend. CCAC is located at 1060 Al Bishop Dr, Marietta 30008.

To learn more, visit www.cobbanimalcontrol.org.

Should your pet be our pet of the month?

Fill out the information on your pet and send it to:
EAST COBBER, P.O. Box 680445, Marietta, GA 30068

Please include a picture with your entry. Or email description and a jpg to: petomonth@eastcobber.com.

Pet’s Name:
Animal/Breed:
Age & Gender:
Favorite Food:
Favorite Person:
Best Trick:
Turn Ons:
Turn Offs:
Favorite Toy:
Last Seen:
What makes your pet so special:
Owner’s Name:

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It’s Raining Kittens, Reduced Adoption Fees, and Prizes at the Good Mews Kitten Shower

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Kitten season is in full swing, so Good Mews is having a “Kitten Shower” on Friday, September 19th from 3 pm to 8 pm. This open house/adoption event will feature games, refreshments, and door prizes. Also, for the month of September, the adoption fee for all kittens (9 months & younger) is $50 for one kitten or $50 “two-fur-one”. All kittens have been spayed or neutered, received rabies and other necessary vaccinations, and are micro-chipped. The regular adoption fee is $125.

Why not bring something from the Kitty Shower “registry”, Scoopable clumping litter, Liquid Laundry Detergent (for high-efficiency machines), Dish washing liquid, Diapers-Simple Solutions size XS, Gift Cards (Pet Stores, Walmart,Target)
Good Mews offers an alternative to traditional animal shelters in the metro Atlanta area by providing a no-kill, cage free haven for homeless, abused or abandoned cats until placing them in permanent, loving homes. Good Mews promotes public awareness regarding the value of pets, animal welfare, pet overpopulation, and quality human-animal companionship through education and outreach programs.

Good Mews is located at 736 Johnson Ferry Road in Marietta, in the Fountains of Old Towne shopping center. For more information, visit www.goodmews.org or call 770-499-CATS (2287).