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Spring has sprung, so it’s time to grab that leash and your pup and have some fun at the latest and greatest dog events happening this month. If you don’t see an event you know dog fans would love on here, send an email with the dog event information and a photo to dogstermag@belvoir.com. We’ll consider your event for our May 2019 dog event listings.

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All May 2019: Dogs of Danville, Unleashed

Check out Danville, California's outdoor public art display of painted dog sculptures.

Check out Danville, California’s outdoor public art display of painted dog sculptures.

Danville, California, has created an outdoor public art display of beautifully painted dog sculptures throughout its downtown. Just pick up a colorful walking tour booklet that will show you the location of each dog, the sponsor info and any promotions offered. Dog sculptures will be auctioned off at the end of the event, and proceeds go to future art programs. More here.

May 3, 2019: National Specially-abled Pets Day

Celebrate Specially-abled Pets Day! Photo by adogslifephoto | Getty Images

Founded in 2006, National Specially-abled Pets Day celebrates all pets who seem to have a remarkable ability to get past their disabilities. Honor these dogs by adopting or supporting a specially-abled pet. You won’t regret it!

May 7, 2019: Book Premiere: The Scent of Murder

The Scent of Murder by Kylie Logan premieres on May 7th.

Perfect for a day at the pool, dive in to bestselling author Kylie Logan’s new series The Scent of Murder, published by Minotaur Books. Protagonist Jazz Ramsey has an interesting volunteer gig — she’s a cadaver dog handler who trains them to find human remains. Things take a dangerous turn one day when her current cadaver dog trainee Luther finds a dead woman. When Jazz realizes her connection to the woman, she can’t stand to let the murder go unsolved. $26.99.

May 17, 2019: Movie Premiere: A Dog’s Journey

The movie A Dog’s Journey — sequel to A Dog’s Purpose — comes to theaters on May 17th.

Yes, Bailey’s journey (from A Dog’s Purpose) continues in this sequel, both based on the novels of W. Bruce Cameron. The story begins with Bailey (voiced again by Josh Gad) living on the Michigan farm of his “boy,” Ethan, (Dennis Quaid) and Ethan’s wife, Hannah (Marg Helgenberger). He’s got a new playmate — their granddaughter, CJ. When, CJ’s mom, Gloria (Betty Gilpin), takes CJ away, Bailey promises Ethan to find CJ and protect her at any cost. The movie follows Bailey’s new adventure through multiple lives as he, CJ (Kathryn Prescott) and CJ’s best friend Trent (Henry Lau) experience joy, heartbreak, music, laughter and lots of good belly rubs. I’m a fan of both Dennis Quaid and Marg Helgenberger, so I’m happy to see them both again! The movie is directed by TV’s Modern Family’s Emmy-winning director Gail Mancuso and produced by Gavin Polone. See it in movie theaters starting May 17th. Follow A Dog’s Journey on adogsjourneymovie.com and on social @ADogsJourneyMovie.

May 18 –19, 2019: U.S. Canine Biathlon

Sign up for this 4-plu-mile furtastic event with your best furry friend — the U.S. Canine Biathlon. Photos Courtesy Paul Hammond

Sign up for this 4-plus-mile furtastic event with your best furry friend — the U.S. Canine Biathlon. Photography courtesy Paul Hammond.

Do you and your dog love obstacle racing? Sign up for this 4-plus-miles event featuring more than 40 purpose-built obstacles over forest, sand and water. Serious competitors compete on the 18th while those more in it for the fun compete on the 19th. Or just watch the race and enjoy the vendors, food and beer trucks and children’s bouncy house. Takes place at VWK9’s training facility in Anniston, Alabama. Event info at uscaninebiathlon.com.

May 18 – 19, 2019: 15th Annual Milwaukee Pug Fest

The nonprofit Pug Hugs Pug Rescue is holding the 15th Annual Milwaukee Pug Fest to benefit Pug Rescue at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex in Franklin, Wisconsin. Expecting over 4,000 humans and 2,200 Pugs and smoochie-faced breeds to take part in what is now the largest event of its kind in North America, the Fest offers attendees two fun-filled days of demonstrations, wellness discussions and contests, while raising awareness and critical funding for Rescue groups in attendance for veterinary care for surrendered, abandoned, neglected and abused Pugs and Pug mixes so they may be placed in new forever homes. Visit online at MilwaukeePugFest.com.

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