The Pet-A-Palooza Roadshow stops by Juanita Beach Park

The roadshow can next be caught on Aug. 17.

Kirkland residents were given the opportunity to meet Kirkland animal control officer Jennifer Matison and other staffers at the traveling Pet-A-Palooza Roadshow, which stopped by Juanita Beach Park on Aug. 9. At the road show’s stand, locals learned about pet licensing, played games, won prizes, interacted with community pets and more. The show can next be seen from 12 to 2 p.m. Aug. 17 at Juanita Beach Park.

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