Woofstock, two days of barks, howls and music (Photographs)

It was not Max Yasgur’s farm with 400,000 folks searching for peace and music, but it took position about a weekend and it probably created a ton of reminiscences.

We’re speaking WoofStock at Brook Valley Farm in Chatham, in which more than 1,000 people attended and listened to music from a live performance phase at a festival to reward Dwelling for Superior Canine Rescue, in Berkeley Heights.

The foster-centered rescue delivers puppies from kill shelters in the south and are put with a foster family members till they are adopted, said Bernie Cicirelli, director of Residence For Great Puppy Rescue.

In addition to the live shows, headlined by Brian Kirk and the Jirks and The Nerds, WoofStock experienced food and consume vans, suppliers and a canine adoption centre.

Attendees were also inspired to deliver their canine and several hundred four-legged, tail-wagging animals savored sniffing, drooling and perform.

Foster mother Liz Mondelli brought rescue pet Stacey to the vent hoping she finds a without end property.

Persons could have on-the location satisfy-and-greet periods with probable adoptees and if all worked out, they can consider the dog property with them, stated Cicirelli. Like Kelsey Migliore, who was on the lookout for a puppy and got a handful of doggy kisses from Snap who was up for adoption.

“In 10 many years of existence we have adopted out around 10,000 canine,” stated Cicirelli. “The finest component of this is a community of doggy enthusiasts and that is what this is all about.”

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