Solana Beach Paws in the Park

Vero with her dog Chevy

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The City of Solana Beach Parks and Recreation Commission presented “Paws in the Park” on April 14 at La Colonia Park.  The event featured a variety of pet-related activities, including pet contests, as well as food for people and dogs. Donations were also collected for animal rescue groups. In addition, animals were available for adoption.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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