Paws in the Park held at La Colonia Park

Katie Lyle of SNAP (Spay Neuter Action Project) with Bear

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Solana Beach’s furry, four-legged neighbors ran to La Colonia Park March 20 for the annual Paws in the Park event. The Solana Beach Parks and Recreation Commission (PRC) hosted this free event, which started five years ago as a way to raise awareness about spaying and neutering pets. The day included costume contests, entertainment, relay races and more. Photos: Jon Clark

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