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St. Patrick's Day dog party to be held Friday morning in Chicopee

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CHICOPEE, MA (WSHM) -

The Good Dog Spot is inviting everyone to experience St. Patty's Day "dog-style."

Everyone is getting ready for the St. Patrick's Day Road Race tomorrow and annual parade on Sunday, but the festivities have begun today at The Good Dog Spot in Chicopee.

All of the registered 65 dogs will create St. Patty's Day paw print art, enjoy non-alcoholic beer for dogs, corned beef for snack time and tons of green fun.

The "pawty" was designed to tire out even the most energetic of dogs. In addition, they will announce this year's winner of the Limerick Contest.

The festivities begin at 11:30 a.m. Friday. The party is located at 35 C North Chicopee St., Chicopee behind the lower lot of Unique Motors.

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