Here are a few pictures from the Dog Daze costume contest at Corona Crossings last Sunday. I didn’t know this was going on, otherwise I would have brought a real camera and taken more pictures of the costumed pups walking the red carpet.
Even though we have more than our fair share of pets, we decided to head over to our local Riverside County animal shelter yesterday to see the dogs and cats. The only problem with going is that we want to bring them all home with us.
If you are looking for a furry companion, there are plenty of friendly faces waiting for you at your local shelter. Here are a few of them from yesterday:
Want to find a pet of your own? Visit www.rcdas.org to find your local shelter.
We love dogs. Instead of taking our two dogs for their daily walk yesterday, we took them to the Riverwalk Bark Park at the corner of Pierce Street and Riverwalk in Riverside.
There is seating for the humans and lights for when it gets dark since the park is open until 9 pm. In addition to plenty of grass, the dogs get some shaded areas for hot days and even their own drinking fountain/bowl.
This is the only dog park I’ve ever been to so I can’t compare it to others, but it is a nice place to bring your dog(s).Riverside Bark Park Pierce Street / Riverwalk Parkway Riverside, CA