For the past seven years, Rocklin has hosted the premier canine festival in Northern California, known as Woofstock. Woofstock isn’t just a happening place for canines, its human fundraising helps support over 20 local dog rescue organizations. Since it’s in our local community, I decided to take mom this year so she could see some new doggie faces, and hopefully I could get tons of treats!
When we arrived, we caught some pretty cool action with the wiener dog races. Those dogs moved pretty quick for being so close to the ground. We didn’t find any treats here, but mom seemed to have a good time.
Then we hit the motherload of treats by cruising through the vendor and sponsor booths. There were over a 100 booths, and treats EVERYWHERE, not to mention tons of other friendly dogs of all shapes and sizes!
So many dogs!
I met some of my friendly cousins at the Sheltie Rescue booth.
After cruising the vendor booths and gathering up as many treats as we could find, mom decided to stop for a human bite to eat. Mom had a smoothie, which wasn’t very tasty, but I found TONS of food that humans had dropped under the picnic tables. Humans seem to have trouble keeping foods off the ground! There were so many humans sitting and eating, it was a smorgasbord of deliciousness! Mom even said I was being so good that she had to share her dessert with me. I didn’t care for the brown stuff, but that white stuff was so cold and delicious!
Once we finished our foods, we went and hung out by the Woofstock band. They played some pretty cool tunes, and some humans even tried to dance with their canine friends ! Thankfully, mom didn’t try that with me –I’m just a puppy, I don’ t know how to dance!
Finally, our last stop landed us with my new accessory –a blue bandanna! I love it almost as much as the treats!!!