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Sgt. Pooper booth at the Strut Your Mutt event

Mobbed at Strut Your Mutt

The Sgt Pooper booth was mobbed at the Strut Your Mutt this year. Apparently word has gotten out and people are really starting to see the advantages of having a clean, hassle-free yard all year-round.

The event is designed to benefit homeless pets in North Texas and is one of the most popular "fun runs for charity" that both you and your dog can participate in together.  Each year thousands of people and dogs mob Fair Park while enjoying music, food, activities and booths offering items for sale.

It is always amazing to see so many dogs trotting and walking side by side, with tails wagging and nary a growl. They REALLY seem to enjoy the event, just as much as their owners.

Dogs are there in every size and variety, from tiny to huge, long hair to short, many wearing bandanas or colorful collars, or something else creative.

Tags: dog waste removal, pooper scooping, Sgt Poopers, Dallas, Texas, White Rock Lake, Event

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