The Regina Humane Society will be holding an Animal Well Fair event in Regina’s North central neighbourhood.
The event also concludes the summer pet Supply, Training, and Outreach Program, which works in a partnership with the city of Regina to show kids how to take better care of their pets.
Spokesperson for the Humane Society Bill Thorn said there’s a lot of participation from the community at this event.
“We get kids and families and grandparents and everything coming from all over the neighborhood and we have all kinds of activities and games for the kids that, while they’re fun of course, they also have an element of education about proper pet care, and things about animals, those kinds of things, and pet safety as well.”
Thorn said there’s several fun events planned for those who attend.
“You can take part in the ‘scoop the poop’ relay, or the ‘kitty litter dig,’ to name a couple of them, and again, it’s a fun way where kids learn about animals, have some fun doing it, we have some prizes for them, and that kind of thing,” Thorn said. “It’s an outreach program as well, where we do have some food available, pet food that is, and human food, we have a hot dog barbecue as well.”
The Animal Well Fair is on from one until 4:00 pm at Grassick park.