Hot Diggity Dog Day
Sponsored by Harbor Town Animal Clinic, Dr. Ty Wolfe
Main Street Vermilion has something to bark about! We’re bringing back Hot Diggity Dog Day again, an opportunity for you and your pooch to spend some quality time together in Vermilion and on one of the city’s most scenic beaches.
When: Saturday, September 14, 2019, 10AM-1PM
Where: Main Street Beach in Vermilion, an easy walk to or from Downtown.
Cost: Only $10 to pre-register your dog…or $15 the day of the event.
Swimming: Off leash on a special section of the beach. Only during Hot Diggity Dog Day!
Games & ACTIVITIES: Lots of fun interactive opportunities for your dog like Musical Sit, a Photo Booth, . No pressure, just all fun and games.
Wag Bag: Filled with cool Dog Swag, including a collapsable travel bowel, toys, tennis ball, and more. Be among the first 50 to register and we’ll add a super cushy doggie beach towel, courtesy of Harbor Town Animal Clinic, our Top Dog Sponsor!
Costume Contest Let your mutt strut their stuff for prizes: Funniest, Most Creative and Judges Choice
Vendors: Samples, snacks, fun stuff and more. Look for Harbor Town Animal Clinic; Elyria PetSmart; Blue Buffalo Company & Vermilion Giant Eagle; Best Breed Dog Food; Grateful Dog Bakery; Ritter Public Library; Kingston of Vermilion; Stein Hospice; The Dog Advocate; Ohio Search Dog Association; Saint Francis Animal Sanctuary; Public Art Vermilion; Shine with Sara (Norwex); Canine Sports; Shore Thing; Hawaiian Ice Truck and more.
Questions about water quality? Main Street Vermilion and our Hot Diggity Dog Day Committee closely follow the Erie County Health Department testing for E-coli and harmful algae and bacteria on Main Street Beach. The health and safety of all our guests on the beach (both you and those with four legs) is very important and we will be staying on top of this up until the day of the event. In the meantime, you can access beach conditions and testing results on either of these two website: Erie County Health Department and Ohio Beach Guard. You can also follow the presence of any harmful algae bloom in Lake Erie here. You can also visit the Ohio Department of Health for more Harmful Algal Bloom information.
In short, according to the Erie County Health Department there has been no visible presence and no dog related injuries or illnesses reported that are related to algae blooms in Vermilion. If you have further questions call Craig Ward at the Erie County Health Department at 419.626.5623 x118.A look back at Hot Diggity Dog Day 2018. Click here to view the photo gallery. More than 100 dogs and their owners joined us to swim, play and enjoy the day.
You won’t want to miss this year! New games, activities and just as much fun!
Vendors and Organizations! Do you have pet products you would like to sell or a dog-related organization you would like to promote? Would you like to promote your organization and just show our dog guests some loving? Our Vendor Packet can be viewed here. Then come back to submit your application.