The Dogs were running, hopping, jumping, all day at the 2014 Woofstock Festival in Little Elm. There was continuous live music. The food was carnival style, with funnel cakes, pretzels. Turkey legs, sausage on a stick, and much more as venders served hundreds and hundreds of visitors from all around the North Texas area. There were a record number of local venders throughout the grounds and plenty of games for the kids. Dog shows and entertainment thrilled the visitors. The dogs were being adopted out, with happy children taking them home, many even their first home. Vets were on hand to microchip and vaccinate the visiting animals.
There were raffle prizes and silent auction items that were abundant and many were one of a kind. The car show was fabulous with motorcycle entries and many works of art by the owners. Kristina Lee and her Woofstock volunteers in their blue shirts could be found everywhere, helping out. “A Wonderful Success,” said Kristina, the founder and President. “This event makes our goal for a new shelter, with quarantine facilities close to a reality.” Come out and visit the Country Meadows Pet Inn on Highway 720 north, for boarding and care, look for the circular sign. If you did not make it, don’t miss it next year as it is one of the major park events of the year.