JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) - It was a beautiful day Saturday for Johnson County's annual Paw Pounder.
It was the 15th annual event for the Humane Society of Johnson County.
Dog lovers crowded Franklin Park, checking out different vendors, demonstrations and visitors’ dogs.
If you came without a dog, you could leave with one. Rescue dogs were also at the Paw Pounder, looking for a good home.
“It's a beautiful day and people like to get out and they like to show their dogs off,” Janet Gorrell with the Humane Society of Johnson County said. “They like to exercise their dogs and they love parks, coming to the park and they love being around fellow dog lovers.”
The Paw Pounder is one of the Humane Society of Johnson County's biggest fundraisers.
They hoped to raise $5,000 Saturday.
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