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Celebrating their 50th year this August 10 & 11, the folks at Colorado Scottish festival are going dog-friendly. Bring your dog – of any breed, color or size — and introduce him or her to the Dogs of the British Isles. (Dogs must be on leash, please, per park rules. Water stations and “dog poo bags” will be available.)
Twenty-five breeds of Dogs of the British Isles will be present, including terriers, beagles, collies and shelties, bull dogs, spaniels, corgis, Great Danes, retrievers, hounds (Wolf, Deer and Grey Hounds), mastiffs, sheep dogs and whippets. Many of the dogs will be competing for ribbons in a number of activities throughout the weekend.
Stop by the animal rescue organizations that will be at the Festival and learn about, and in some cases interact with, the animals. These organizations include: Denver Dumb Friends League, Hawkqwest Birds of Prey, Humane Society of South Platte Valley, Pet-Aid,Rocky Mountain English Springer Rescue, Spay Today, Max Fund (Denver’s no-kill animal shelter), Rocky Mountain Collie and Sheltie Rescue, National Mill Dog Rescue.
CSF will be held at Highlands Heritage Park on Quebec, two miles south of C-470 in Highlands Ranch. Tickets are available in advance at www.ScottishGames.org, or at the door. Children under seven are free, and group discounts are available. Parking is free, as are visiting dogs on leashes.

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