After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hillsborough Police Department will host its sixth annual Easter egg hunt and costume contest for dogs Saturday, April 16.
- Enter to win 10 FREE days of school
- Search An Rescue Demos
- Police Dog Demo
- Costume Contest
- Dog Treats in Egg Hunt
- Sample agility Equipment
- Foster Dogs up for Adoption and more!
Join us and the Hillsborough K-9 officers Jet and Vader this Saturday, April 16th at 10 a.m. at Gold Park, 415 Dimmocks Mill Road. Easter eggs with treats will be hidden throughout the park, with a separate search area available for older and small dogs.
All animals must be non-aggressive, current on vaccines, and leashed at all times. Participants will be required to sign a waiver and release form.
Interested in making a forever home for a dog? Independent Animal Rescue also will be on-site with dogs available for adoption. The nonprofit works in the Triangle region to provide homes for hundreds of unwanted cats and dogs each year. It is run primarily by individuals who volunteer their time. See the rescue’s website, animalrescue.net, to read more about the organization and its adoption process and to complete an application form in advance.