Idler’s Rest goes to the dogs Sunday with canine activity day

Dogs and their owners can participate in a variety of events from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at Idler's Rest Nature Preserve near Moscow.

The event, presented by the Palouse Land Trust, Humane Society of the Palouse and Moscow’s Animal Clinic, celebrates the memory of late Moscow dog lover and Palouse Land Trust supporter Mark Anderson with a memorial dog station dedication and activities.



All friendly, leashed dogs and their humans are welcome, according to a Palouse Land Trust news release.

Humane Society representatives will engrave pet ID tags onsite, offer microchip coupons and share information about caring for and adopting pets.



Attendees can learn about pet first aid and keeping pets safe from parasites from Dr. Susila Bales of the Animal Clinic.

And the fastest dog/human trail runners on the Palouse will be crowned after trail sprint races.

Participants are asked to bring a donation from the shelter wish list, which includes bleach, laundry detergent, garbage bags, paper towels, cleaning supplies, dog treats, peanut butter and chew treats.


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