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October 2, 2013

Shannon Springs goes to the dogs



Every hour, on the hour Rebekah and Sarah Willoughby will sing "Oklahoma Strong" at the Shannon Springs Amphitheater. 

Families can bring out the whole family–including their four-legged children–for pet portraits with a festive backdrop. The prints will be mailed to the patron, 8 x 10 photos are $10. 

Patrons can even smooch a pooch at the pet kissing booth. "There will be a dog that really likes giving kisses," Witt said. 

Other attractions include face painting, dog grooming booths, pet portraits, vendors, K-9 police dog demonstrations, a bouncy house, hotdogs, drinks, clowns and more. 

All dogs in attendance must be on a leash and up to date on their shots, Morris said.

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