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WICHITA, Kansas – Thousands of dogs and the owners came out to Woofstock Saturday.
It was held at Sedgwick County Park.
The Kansas Humane Society partnered with several organizations, including KSN to put on the fundraising event.
Close to 10,000 people turned out to enjoy a wide variety of activities.
The event included dog training sessions, food vendors, and shopping.
Jennifer Campbell from the Kansas Humane Society says the event was a success.
“It’s not only a fundraiser for the Kansas Humane Society, but it’s a chance for dog lovers to get with other dog lovers, you make friends, you get to know other people in your community and it actually helps our community overall,” said Campbell.
Woofstock serves as the Kansas Humane Society’s biggest fund raising event of the year.
Campbell says they are hoping to raise $233,000 from Saturday’s event.