Barre, Vt. -
Hundreds turned out in Barre on Saturday for the third annual Caws for Paws.
The pet expo featured all types of businesses and non-profit organizations. There were also a number of Humane Societies and rescue groups in attendance as well.
Some of the vendors there were folks who sold items related to pet food, training and grooming.
Donations from the event were collected to benefit Lacey’s Fund, a Vermont organization that helps pay the veterinary bills for retired police dogs.
"This is basically an opportunity to get as many animal loving, pet loving folks and organizations and non-profits and businesses that are related to the pet industry try to get them under one roof for five years in the heart of Central Vermont," said JD Green, Organizer for Caws for Paws.
Also on hand were K-9 units from Vermont State Police and Barre City Police Department who were doing live demonstrations.
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