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These metro Atlanta dog adoption events won’t be held at shelters

No matter where you adopt a new pet, it’ll likely be a very special moment. 

But there are a few upcoming events in metro Atlanta that might make the experience even more memorable. These events span a restaurant, a brewery, Zoo Atlanta and a horse park.

Take a look:

• Hounds & Rounds at Kaleidoscope, Wednesday, April 18

Releash Atlanta’s second annual event at the bistro will have live music alongside adoptable dogs. The nonprofit assists families who “find going to a shelter sad, difficult or overwhelming,” by finding the type of dog requested for them, according to its Facebook page.

Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub is located at 1410 Dresden Drive.

• Pups and Pints with Releash Atlanta at Wild Heaven Brewery, Thursday, April 19

Adoptable dogs will arrive at 6 p.m. The brewery will also donate 25 percent of sales to Releash, which works to rescue dogs from high-kill shelters in Georgia. 

Wild Heaven Brewery is located at 135B Maple St., Decatur


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• ZooPaws at Zoo Atlanta, April 28

The event, hosted by the Atlanta Humane Society, is back for a second year. More than 50 dogs were adopted at the inaugural event. 

Adoption agencies will be set up in front of the zoo. Kid-friendly activities, food trucks, boutiques and boarding vendors will also be on hand at the event.

Zoo Atlanta is located at 800 Cherokee Ave. SE.

• Party for the Paws at Chastain Horse Park, Sep. 29

The event will include cocktails, music, adoptable dogs and delicious food from Avenue Catering Concepts.

Chastain Horse Park is located at 4371 Powers Ferry Road. 


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