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Sam Moon Group wants you to warm up your heart and soul with a dog this winter. As part of its monthly event series, Metropark Square will bring the Montgomery County Animal Shelter to its outdoor event lawn for a “Hearts & Hounds” adoption event and Valentine’s Day-themed activities from 12-3 p.m. on February 8, 2020. 

Free to attend for the public, the event will include up to 20 dogs up for adoption from the Montgomery County Animal Shelter. There will be an adoption fee of $20 per dog and all dogs are spayed/neutered, current on shots (including rabies) and current on flea and heartworm prevention. The shelter will also be accepting donations of canned dog and cat food, pet supplies including collars and leashes, and cleaning supplies. The Montgomery County Animal Shelter is dedicated to engaging the hearts, hands, and minds of the community to help animals in Montgomery County and devoted to the humane, efficient, high quality care of animals in its shelter.

For visitors not interested in adopting a dog at this time, there will be plenty of fun activities for everyone to enjoy. A dog parade and show will be held during the event, where guests will get to learn fun facts about each adoptable dog and crowd applause will determine the winner. Additionally, Valentine’s Day card stations will be set up so that children can make cards for their loved ones. 

A variety of Metropark Square and Sam Moon Center tenants will be participating in the event with games, samples, prizes and special offers. Participating tenants will include Aqua-Tots, Martinis & Manicures and Sweet & Sassy, who will be giving away free makeovers to children. Following the event, families can enjoy a bite to eat at one of the nearby restaurants, enjoy food and games at the recently-opened Dave & Buster’s or catch a movie at the new AMC Metropark Square 10.

Sam Moon Group kicked off its monthly event series last month, with the Houston Lion Kings performing traditional Chinese dragon and lion dances to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Aqua-Tots, Dave & Buster’s, Martinis & Manicures and Top Sushi also participated with booths, offers and information about their businesses. Each month, anyone can join Metropark Square on the second Saturday of each month for a free, public event offering fun for the whole family just north of Houston. 

For more information about the Montgomery County Animal Shelter, please visit www.mcaspets.org. For more information about Metropark Square, please visit www.metroparksquare.com.

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