Downtown Middletown is going to the dogs — and the cats, too


Dogs and cats are invited to join you while you shop Friday in downtown Middletown during an event that also combines pet rescues, adoptable animals, and responsible pet ownership advocacy.

The 4th annual Dog Day Downtown will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday in downtown Middletown. Dogs owners are invited to bring their furry friends downtown to collect treats and goodies at local businesses.

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The event was postponed from its September date due to rainy weather.

Dog Day Downtown loves cats, too! Adoptable cats and complimentary cat toys will be available at the Cat Corner, inside the Triple Moon Coffee Company.

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Check-in at Governors Square (corner of Central Avenue and Broad Street) to grab a Doggie Bag and guide for the evening. From there, your pup can collect free dog treats and goodies from local businesses.

For more information, click here.



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