Helen Woodward Center hosts pet costume contest

The 18th Annual Spooktacular People Pet Walk was held on Saturday, October 25 at the Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe. Dogs played at the carnival and agility course. For people there were tours of the animal hospital. And pets and people alike dressed up for a fun costume contest and a one- to two-mile walk. The event raised funds for the animal center.

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