A carnival for canines

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
Hundreds of people throughout the central Ohio region descended upon StoryPoint in Grove City for a day of fun in the sun at the first Canine Carnival on June 1. While most in attendance brought their pooches to sample the homemade treats available, there were also those looking for a companion animal up for adoption at local rescue organizations. Here, Jack, a 6-year-old Corgi and Jack Russell terrier mix, gets up close and personal after a few (tongue) laps in the community pool. He is available through the Canine Collective organization in Plain City.
Iridian Martinez carries her 5-month-old pup Maverick after he decided he didn’t want to walk further.
Grove City resident Shelli McGhee takes her 3-year-old dachshund Ozzy to the beach. It was his first trip to the ocean.
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