Schedule

This is last years schedule,  but 2015 will be similar and is still in the works. Watch for updates!

Friday Evening –  May and October

7 pm:  Join the Goldrush to Rehoboth’s Boardwalk.

Join us at the main on-ramp to the boardwalk at the bandshell for announcements. We’ll then begin our Gold Rush as  we stroll along Rehoboth Beach’s beautiful boardwalk (Oct) and Rehoboth Avenue (May) with our favorite blonde(s)- – aka golden(s). We’ll walk as a group, amazing the folks with our beautiful furry friends. We will then disband and venture on our own, enjoying the shops and food along the way. We can’t help but make new friends as we go! Be sure to stop by Obie’s by the Sea, 1 Olive Avenue (north end of boardwalk).

All evening: Dine a Orbie’s with your pooch too. They’re looking forward to meeting us!

Saturday 

Breakfast / Lunch or  Yappy Hour:

Sharkey’s, Two blocks south of Dagsworthy – open and pup friendly.  Stop by for goodies anytime. (Great milkshakes!)

10 am: Beach & Dagworthy Street: Lifesaving Station: Announcements from the Mayor Hanson, DGJ Instigator and recognition of special attendees , as well as a Blessing of the Animals as a group by the LifeSaving Station,  1 Dagworthy Street, Dewey Beach. Please wait till dismissed for goodies hand-out and group photo!

12:15 pm: Special Group Photos. GRLS, Pets On Wheels-Baltimore, GRREAT, Tarameg, etc. Guest groups, gather along the dunes at Dagsworthy for a photo op of your group.

SATURDAYBlessing of the Animals, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Click on link for additional info.

7 pm: Bonfire sponsored by Pets on Wheels-Baltimore. THANK YOU for providing this added activity for our event! Attendees: please bring bundle of firewood – available at Home Depot and other stores.

On your own: Dining Ideas w/pups

Hammerheads-Dockside:39415 Inlet Rd, Rehoboth Beach. No reservations, but call if your group is over ten
Dogfish Head: Rehoboth 320 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth
Lazy Susans: 18289 Coastal Hwy, Lewes
For more pet friendly dining options, check out BringFido.com or PetFriendlyRestaurants.com

All Day: Feel free to enjoy the surf and sand any time all day long!

Suggested activities to do later in the day:

Walk / Hike with you pups (mine will need a nap between swim and hike – maybe me too) along one of DE’s beautiful trails – Click here for info on Breakwater Trail  or  (click for map)

Saturday 7 pm – ? BONFIRE Saturday pm 7/:30 – ??? On the beach between Dagsworthy & Bellevue

Thanks to the efforts of Pets on Wheels of Baltimore, MD, a  BONFIRE a reality! Please, if you plan to attend the Bonfire, bring along some fire wood. You can get a bundle wrapped in plastic wrap at most convenience stores and grocery stores. The folks from Pets on Wheels can’t bring along enough fire wood to last.  And be sure to visit Pets on Wheels website!

Other items to bring are a flashlight, marshmallows and the lights that you clip to your dog’s collar! Hope to see you there!

 Sunday

If you’re around Sunday, Bark on the Boards, Rehoboth Beach

OTHER Weekend ACTIVITIES OF INTEREST

– Sunday 10:30 – 3: Bark on the Boards, Delaware SPCA dog walk and vendor fair. More info

– Saturday in Dewey:  Dewey Goes Pink 5k and Pig Roast

– Saturday in Lewes: Boast the Coast Festival and Craft Fair

– Weekend Sidewalk Sales – Rehoboth Beach and Lewes

-Visit Nassau Valley Vineyards 32165 Winery Way, Lewes. The vineyard does allow dogs on the property but not in any of the buildings. Well behaved dogs are welcome on leash. It is peak wedding season so it is best to plan to visit earlier in the day. The later part of the afternoon tends to be high traffic with the caterers and other wedding vendors arriving.  There are picnic tables outside, so feel free to bring lunch and hang out with the pups. Please be sure to keep them out of the flower beds and the ceremony site in Bacchus Grove.

Dog Fish Head Craft Brewery Tour – (no pups for this one though)

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