Washington State Pet Events and Fundraiser’s

Local Upcoming Animal/Pet Events in the Washington State Area:

  • What: “Become a Charity Athlete“: Help raise $ for the Seattle Humane Society. Whether you’re a triathlete or you haven’t run a mile, anyone can participate! You’ll feel great about yourself and what you’ve done for your community.
  • When: Added bonus: Charity Athletes can fundraise for any race that you participate in. Check out Humane Society’s website for more details!
  • Where: All over!


  • What: “Enchant Christmas – Paws ‘n Claus:” The event at T-Mobile Park that brings the World’s Largest Light Maze and Christmas Market to Seattle. Bring your furry friend for an evening of walks, treats and beautiful lights December 1 and December 16. Ticket includes pup swag, an on-site vet, comfort stations, photos, and so much more. Santa photos will be available for purchase, and guests can enjoy special dog-related pop-up vendors in the Christmas Market.
  • When: December 1st & 16th, 2019
  • Where: T-Mobile Park: 1250 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134





24 thoughts on “Washington State Pet Events and Fundraiser’s

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  2. Wondering if you would include the Run Like a Dog marathon to your August listing:

    “Run Like a Dog” Running Event in Olympia, Washington at 9:00 AM, August 28, 2010

    “ Run Like a Dog”, 5k (3.1 Miles of finished trails)
    Olympia, Washington

    Olympia (WA), August 28, 2010 – Trail running athletes and dog lovers from around the Northwest will convene for this opportunity to compete with their dogs or just for their love of dogs.

    Run Like a Dog is a 5k run with all proceeds benefiting the Thurston County Humane Society. Serious competitors, casual participants and spectators are both encouraged to attend.

    Competitors, participants and spectators are encouraged to bring their well behaved and physically fit dogs on a leash for either the race or just to visit the several sponsor booths and support this community event.

    Go to http://www.runlikeadog.com for more information

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  5. There is a great event coming to Washington in July that I would love you to add to your calendar. It’s called America’s Family Pet Expo and it will be held at Puyallup Fair & Events Center in Puyallup, Washington. Here are the details:

    1st Annual America’s Family Pet Expo
    Fri., Sat. & Sun., July 8, 9 and 10, 2011
    Puyallup Fair & Events Center,
    110 9th Ave. SW
    Puyallup, WA 98371

    The world’s largest pet and pet product expo has animal performances, stage shows, shopping and the chance to interact with nearly 100 breeds of dogs, cats, birds, fish, llamas, reptiles, pigs, rats, mice, rabbits and exotic animals. There is also the chance to get up close to some of the animals and hold, learn about and adopt them.

    Attendees can browse the aisles of the Pet Product Shopping Mart, where thousands of pet products from major pet manufacturers and local retailers will be on sale at special show prices. Additionally, a key fixture at America’s Family Pet Expo is the Pet Adoption Fair, where local adoption agencies and rescue organizations will have hundreds of pets available for adoption. Whether you’re looking to learn about different dog breeds, adopt a furry friend, ride a pony or get up close and personal with exotic animals, America’s Family Pet Expo promises to be a weekend of educational fun for the entire family.

    • No visitor pets are allowed. I called to ask about it. That is an event about pets with some pets there for educational and entertainment purposes, but it is not a pet event. It is largely a commercial event.

      I was told if people come with their companion dogs, they will be asked to leave them somewhere and return without them. After a long drive to attend a “pet event”, who’s going to leave their pet in their car where they are likely to get heatsroke in July? What kind of responsible pet-loving organization would set up this scenario? I think it is terrible the way the promoters worked their magic promoting this as a pet event when no pets are allowed. That was very misleading!

      • Hi Shane,

        Thank you for letting us know that no pets are allowed at this event. It is a bit misleading, but now (hopefully) people will know what to expect if they choose to attend.

        Thanks again for your input!
        ~ Danielle

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  7. Hi, Great website, thank you. Was wondering if you would add an event that is a little further north!?
    What: “SnipFest” Benefiting Wesnip spay and neuter program in Whatcom and Skagit County.

    SnipFest is the first annual Birch Bay Music Festival event raising funds for WeSnip – Whatcom Education Spay & Neuter Impact Program.

    The all day event starts at 10am and will have live music (9+ performers), silent auctions, beer & wine garden, and arts & craft vendors.

    Come enjoy the entertainment and support a great cause.

    When: Saturday Aug 6th, 2011

    Where: Corner of Alderson and Birch Bay Drive in Birch Bay WA,

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  9. Hi, I’m hoping you can add another pet Halloween event to the calendar.
    What: Pet Halloween Party to benefit PAWS

    When: Sunday, October 30, 2011; 1:00pm-3:00PM

    Where: Zion Lutheran Church basement, 4634 Alger Ave., Everett 98203 (corner of 47th St SE/Alger Ave). For directions, visit http://www.zionlutheranofeverett.com.

    The free event will include a Pet Parade, Owner & Pet Costume Contest, Pet Games, Pet Portraits and discounts offered for future dog walking/pet sitting visits and pet photography sessions.

    Attendees are invited to bring a pet supply donation to benefit PAWS (view PAWS’ wish list of current needs at http://www.paws.org/gift-drive.html).

    For more information, visit http://www.tailoredpetservices.com.

  10. Hello! Would it be possible to add “See Spot Run”, a great 5K fun run/walk and doggie dash that benefits the Humane Society of Central Washington to your 2012 Event Calendar? The date is Sunday, April 29, 2012 (located in sunny Yakima 🙂

    See Spot Run
    5K Doggy Dash & Fun Run
    Sunday, April 29, 2012
    Yakima, Washington

    · NEW this year ~ reduced rates for students and families, as well as the ability for participants to collect pledges!

    · All ages and abilities welcome, with or without a canine companion!

    · Adult registration $25; students $15; families $35 ~ or collect pledges in lieu of registration fee!

    · Registration includes T-shirt & doggy bandana; additional prizes awarded for pledges collected at $50 level and above!

    · 1st, 2nd & 3rd place awards for men with & without dogs; women with & without dogs; and three youth groups: 18-15; 14-11 and 10 years & under

    · Detailed information, pledge and registration forms will be available on our website: http://www.YakimaHumane.org

    THANK YOU!!!!
    Wendy Gustafson-St. George
    Race Director
    See Spot Run
    Yakima, Washington

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