Events

SPCA Cincinnati’s Fur Ball goes Virtual

The Great Catsby, SPCA Cincinnati’s Fur Ball Fundraiser is moving to a week-long online event this August. The SPCA Cincinnati’s annual Fur Ball Gala is going virtual for the first time in the organization’s history. After much deliberation and in an effort to move forward safely amid COVID-19, the SPCA decided to have a week-long online event.  Beginning Sunday, August 23, 2020, The Great Catsby—Presented by IAMS™ will kick off with a full week of Fur Ball virtual activities, culminating in the online, LIVE Gala, Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.  The SPCA’s Fur Ball week will allow for

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SPCA Cincinnati’s Fur Ball goes Virtual

The Great Catsby, SPCA Cincinnati’s Fur Ball Fundraiser is moving to a week-long online event this August. The SPCA Cincinnati’s annual Fur Ball Gala is going virtual for the first time in the organization’s history. After much deliberation and in an effort to move forward safely amid COVID-19, the SPCA decided to have a week-long online event.  Beginning Sunday, August 23, 2020, The Great Catsby—Presented by IAMS™ will kick off with a full week of Fur Ball virtual activities, culminating in the online, LIVE Gala, Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.  The SPCA’s Fur Ball week will allow for

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Unique New Online Class Teaches Kids How to Be Their Dog’s Best Buddy and Teacher

A unique new online class called My Dog, My Best Buddy, teaches young kids how to train their dog, and also how to understand dog language and how to be a safe and fun playmate to their pet.  “So often I see kids who love their dog but their actions cause their dog to create distance from them or become excessively jumpy and bitey, which can even be dangerous. Young children don’t often know how to understand their dog’s communication and needs, and how to interact appropriately. Teaching them how to be the friend their dog wants them to be

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Tails of Cincinnati, a Book Project for Charity

Local pet photographer and founder and publisher of CincyPet Magazine, Susannah Maynard, has announced the launch of Tails of Cincinnati, a coffee table book project for charity. The SPCA Cincinnati will be the beneficiary of funds raised from the project. Tails of Cincinnati will be a hardcover coffee table book featuring local area pets photographed around the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. Ms. Maynard is also the owner of local pet photography studio, Pet Love Photography, and is the author of three books about rescue pets: Rescue Dogs: Portraits and Stories; Rescue Cats: Portraits and Stories; and Rescue Rabbits: Portraits

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Hot Diggity Dogs on the Levee

August 24, 2019 Newport-on-the-Levee hosted a pup friendly adoption event in conjunction with PetSmart. There were dogs and kittens up for adoption, as well as pet vendors, a cutest dog contest, food, games, music, and more. The Levee is a pet-friendly location and recently installed pet receptacles. Rescue organizations the were at the event included ​​Tristate Noah Project, Furgotten Dog Rescue, PawPrints Animal Rescue, and Fred’s Mission Rescue & Sanctuary.

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Dog Brunch at Keystone – Hyde Park

August 10, 2019 Keystone Bar & Grill in Hyde Park hosted a doggy brunch on their patio. It was barking room only for the event as the patio was filled with pups and their pawrents. One lucky pup even had their birthday pawty! Keystone featured their delicious brunch menu that includes pitchers of mimosas. For the four-legged guests, Melinda Stenger served up her tasty Bone Soirée dog brunch menu that included a new doggy delight, the PUPtato Crisp.

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