Calling all dog lovers, the annual DogFest New England is returning once again with all the cute doggos.

DogFest New England is joining forces with the Worcester WooSox at their stadium, Polar Park, on September 19. Last year, the show was virtual, but they are welcoming the public to join them this year with an in-person event that's chock-full of world-class breeds and family favorites.

This expo not only allows, but encourages dog-owners to bring along their four-legged friend(s) for one giant canine gathering. Be sure to register first, or you won't be able to gain entry into DogFest.

With your registered ticket, you can expect food, music, venders, and various demos throughout the event between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Anyone who does not feel comfortable joining along with the crowd will be able to watch it virtually from the comfort of their home.

DogFest's mission is to "enhance the lives of people with disabilities by providing expertly trained service dogs free of charge." Each year this pet fest is held, the more help the organization can offer to those in need. Ticket sales for this event will help those who require services from trained dogs. Whether you're a veteran or a patient who suffers from disabilities, these trained service dogs assist with each individuals independence and needs as a trusty and loyal companion.

From pet dogs to service dogs, you and the family will be able to meet and watch some of the top-notch canines from all over New England.

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