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Updated: 03/13/2018 04:54:08PM

Woofstock let the dogs out

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Beverly Woodward, 4, reacts to a puppy Saturday at Woofstock in North Port. The Feb. 10 event was the first time it took place in North Port.

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Owners and dogs pose for a photo on Saturday as a part of the costume contest at Woofstock in North Port.

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John Bass and Cathy Cebrick-Shwarz sit at a photo booth with their dog, Pepper, as a part of Woofstock held Saturday in North Port.

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Diane Melvin and Jan Diehl, along with dogs Wave, Dolly and Mimosa, participated Saturday in Woofstock held in North Port. Adoption agencies and dog rescue facilities were among the groups taking part in the day.

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North Port Police officers Chad Walker and Justin Bumgarner took part in Woofstock in North Port on Saturday, along with their K-9s Dutch and Nero.

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Silvia McCoy and Lisa Nepi hang out with Hobbes, on top of cage, and Chester, inside it, during Woofstock held Saturday in North Port. It was the first time the event was held.

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A puppy named Rudy is photographed at Woofstock in North Port on Saturday.

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Suncoast Humane Society had Lightning and Rose representing the group. The dogs are among those in need of adoption at the facility.

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Nancy Losasa of Suncoast Humane Society poses with Rose on Saturday at Woofstock in North Port.

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Amy Aindisch and Monica Citrullo, along with a dog named Otto, take part in Saturday's Woofstock held in North Port.

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Amy Aindisch and Monica Citrullo, along with a dog named Otto, take part in Saturday's Woofstock held in North Port.

By MANNY ALEXANDER

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NORTH PORT β€” Canines and humans alike joined for the inaugural Woofstock event at the Canine Club Dog Park over the weekend.

With various vendors and adoption centers present, North Port Parks and Recreation hoped β€œto reach out to our dog-loving community,” Sarah Good said, an event staff member.

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