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Help the Humane Society of Southern AZ set a new world record - most dogs in a photo

(Source: Humane Society of Southern Arizona) (Source: Humane Society of Southern Arizona)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Do you have a dog and want to be in a world record and help a worthy cause all at the same time?  This is the event for you, as the Humane Society of Southern Arizona attempts to set a world record of 'most dogs in photograph' and raise funds for its AZ Gives Day Campaign.   

According to a HSSA release the attempt will be at La Encantada (2905 East Skyline Drive, Tucson, 85718) on Saturday, April 1.  Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the photo will be taken at 10 a.m.  

This is a free event, and the HSSA is expecting at least 200 dogs at the world record attempt.  Those who participate will receive a "Largest Dog Photo" button, a digital copy of the picture, and will have the chance to mingle with fellow dog lovers and supporters of the HSSA.  

While the event is free to attend, the HSSA is suggesting a donation of at least $10 on the day of the event, with funds raised during the event going to the HSSA Arizona Gives Day, which takes place on April 4. 

HSSA is asking the public to share their Facebook event page and click “going” so they know just how many dogs to expect.

Leashes are required for all dogs that participate in the photo, and HSSA asks that there be one adult for each dog participants at the event.

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