She said the event usually raises between 15 to 20,000 dollars for the shelter. “Our shelter prides ourselves on doing stuff beyond the basics so we have a behaviorist that works with our dogs we do mental enrichments,” said Menke. “We also do kennels in their yards so its not just a place to keep animals where they get food and water every day. They get enrichment, they get real-life experience so when they go to that forever home it’s a good match.”
The shelter manager, Alex Menke, said the money raised at “Woofstock” is going to pay for vet bills, food, and medicine.
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