Dozens of pets are waiting for you at Reston Town Center this weekend.
The nonprofit GoodDogz.org is sponsoring its 10th annual Home 4 The Holidays pet adoption event, where more than 40 rescue organizations will be on hand from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Some of the rescue groups include Friends of Homeless Animals, Lucky Dog Animal Rescue, Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation and Homeless Animals Rescue Team (HART). In addition, several breed specific groups will have booths, as will companies selling pet products.
See the full list of exhibitors on the GoodDogz.org website.
GoodDogz.org also organizes the annual Pet Fiesta, a similar event in the summer at Reston Town Center.
Photo: Pets and People at Home 4 The Holidays/Credit: GoodDogz.org
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