This sunny Saturday marked the 7th annual Linden Hills' Woofstock. The day's activities included a dog and owner yoga class, a scavenger hunt, a reading tent where kids could read to education assistance dogs and trick and obedience contests for everyday dogs.
Dogs of all types visited the festival with their owners. People perusing booths and enjoying trick contests hosted by Amy James of K102.
Numerous dog related businesses made an appearance at the event to chat with people and share their products. Dog boutiques like Bone Adventure and pet sitting businesses like ADOGO Pet Hotel shared space with pet treat manufacturers, dog trainers, and artists who make custom pet portraits.
Also present were several rescue groups who brought adoptable dogs in need of homes. Some like Shih Tzu Rescue of Minnesota have breed-specific missions and others like Homeward Boundrescue all breeds.
Clancy's Meats cooked delicious brats and hot dogs for owners and grill-smoked bones for their canine companions.