Healthier, Happier, & More Confident Dogs!

providing fun, educational, and purposeful activities for dogs

Join us October 22nd for


A hauntingly good time for dogs and their people, and benefitting our friends at

Admission is $35 per dog/human (up to 2 humans allowed per registration). ALL PROCEEDS go directly to #LOVEPUP and the dogs in their care.

Where? The WDW Academy, 2129 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016

You and your best friend will enjoy 90 minutes of ghostly, creepy, spine-tingling fun with games and activities that would wake the dead. Your dog can be a ghost buster, a grave robber, a treat-seeker, monster-masher and more!

Does your dog like to dress up? Enter them in the costume contest! Prizes given for funniest, scariest, most creative, and best couples costume (dog + human).

This event is by registration only; admission limited to 100 dogs so RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW. At registration, select what time you would like to attend; times start at 9:00am and end at 6:30pm. 

You can register here at: BARKS AND BOOS and let us know when we can expect you.




***This event is open to the public. Dogs must be well-socialized and very comfortable walking around other dogs and people. If your dog is on the timid side but you feel they will enjoy this event, we encourage you to register for one of the earlier times as it will be a quieter crowd. ALL DOGS MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED. Any dogs or humans displaying aggressive or rude behavior will be asked to leave promptyly without refunds. This is an event to benefit #LOVEPUP and it should be fun for all attendees. Thank you for understanding. WDW staff reserves the right to refuse entry to any dog or human displaying anti-social behavior. 

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