Schedule of Events


ALL DAY EVENTS (11am-4pm):

Silent Auction (Sponsored by Armentum Partners)
Hotels, Restaurants, Tickets, Gift Certificates and much more!

Chow Zone (Sponsored by Levin Simes)
Hot dogs, Aidells Sausages, Hamburgers, Pulled Pork sandwiches, Veggie burgers

Rescue Zone (Sponsored by Camputee Press)
Pet Care and Adoption

Kid Carnival (Sponsored by Escape From New York Pizza)
Carnival Games, Inflatables, Balloon Animals, Face Painting, Children’s Actvities, Baked Goods, Cotton Candy, Popcorn and Snow Cones!

Vendor Marketplace (Sponsored by Mr.Muggles’ Dogs)
Local wares for all of your favorite two and four legged friends!

The Winners of the 9th Annual Raffle were…

3rd prize of a 50 Minute Airplane Tour (for 2) of the San Francisco Bay Area goes to Heather Cook!

2nd prize PS4 or $200 Cash goes to the lucky Melva Carryal!

1st prize of 4 Giants tickets and Dinner at the Public House goes to our very own Emily Sullivan!

Grounds Map

DogFest Grounds Map

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11:00 am Welcome to Dogfest! (Sponsored by Bandago Van Rental)
The Everyday Dog Show!
All Dog Show times are estimates – if your dog is competing (pre-register now), please check in 10 minutes before start time noted!
12:00 pm Best Costume – Judges vote on dog with best costume; extra points for originality.
12:20 pm Best Tail – Long, short, skinny or wide, let’s see who’s tail comes out on top!
12:40 pm Best Trick – Dogs have 30 seconds to show off their best trick(s). Props encouraged.
1:10 pm Special Performances by Tess Veiga and SF Cheer.
Dog Show Resumes!
1:40 pm Best Coat – Whose coast is the most luxurious?
2:00 pm Best Mutt – A little of this and a little of that, sugar and spice makes everything nice. Whose best friend is made up of the best mix?
2:20 pm Best Ears – Big or little, crooked or straight, hear hear for best ears!
2:40 pm Best Lap Dog – Judges are looking for dogs that are great on your lap and the velvet throne.
3:00 pm The Most Openly Corrupt Best-In-Show Contest – Brace yourself: it really is corrupt, but it’s all in good fun with the goal of raising the most money possible for the school. The winners of each of the main categories (ears, bark, trick, etc.) and anyone who wants to buy their way in for $50 will be entered in this final contest of the day. The audience bribes the judges (by throwing lots of money in buckets being passed around) to keep working and decide which dog will be crowned Best-In-Show.
Dog Show Completed
3:30 pm Raffle Drawing
4:00 pm Silent Auction ends