SCARF Walk to End Parvo


A golden doodle owned by Kelly Brautigam gets his photo taken during the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare on Saturday, May 14.

A golden doodle owned by Kelly Brautigam gets his photo taken during the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare on Saturday, May 14.


Pam Fultz, of Sidney, with her dog, Yogi, attend the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare. The event featured a talk about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is that they are vaccinated against it. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14.


Becky Ewing, of Sidney, walks her golden doodle, Lola, down the red carpet during the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare. The event featured a talk about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is they they are vaccinated against it. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14.


Upper Valley Career Center students present SCARF with a check for $1000. To get the money the students raised a pig and auctioned it off with help from their Vet Science Instructor Deb Stanfield.


Scarfie and SCARF Vice President Julie Ehemann lead the walk around the courtsquare during the SCARF Walk to End Parvo. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14. The event featured a talk by Upper Valley Career veterinarian Science Instructor Deb Stanfield about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is that they are vaccinated against it. Upper Valley Career Center students presented SCARF with a check for $1,000. To get the money the students raised a pig and sold it off with help from Stanfield.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Scarfie and SCARF Vice President Julie Ehemann lead the walk around the courtsquare during the SCARF Walk to End Parvo. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14. The event featured a talk by Upper Valley Career veterinarian Science Instructor Deb Stanfield about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is that they are vaccinated against it. Upper Valley Career Center students presented SCARF with a check for $1,000. To get the money the students raised a pig and sold it off with help from Stanfield.

A golden doodle owned by Kelly Brautigam gets his photo taken during the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare on Saturday, May 14.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_6799.jpgA golden doodle owned by Kelly Brautigam gets his photo taken during the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare on Saturday, May 14.

Pam Fultz, of Sidney, with her dog, Yogi, attend the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare. The event featured a talk about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is that they are vaccinated against it. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_6812.jpgPam Fultz, of Sidney, with her dog, Yogi, attend the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare. The event featured a talk about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is that they are vaccinated against it. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14.

Becky Ewing, of Sidney, walks her golden doodle, Lola, down the red carpet during the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare. The event featured a talk about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is they they are vaccinated against it. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_6836.jpgBecky Ewing, of Sidney, walks her golden doodle, Lola, down the red carpet during the SCARF Walk to end Parvo on the courtsquare. The event featured a talk about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is they they are vaccinated against it. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14.

Upper Valley Career Center students present SCARF with a check for $1000. To get the money the students raised a pig and auctioned it off with help from their Vet Science Instructor Deb Stanfield.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_6842.jpgUpper Valley Career Center students present SCARF with a check for $1000. To get the money the students raised a pig and auctioned it off with help from their Vet Science Instructor Deb Stanfield.

Scarfie and SCARF Vice President Julie Ehemann lead the walk around the courtsquare during the SCARF Walk to End Parvo. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14. The event featured a talk by Upper Valley Career veterinarian Science Instructor Deb Stanfield about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is that they are vaccinated against it. Upper Valley Career Center students presented SCARF with a check for $1,000. To get the money the students raised a pig and sold it off with help from Stanfield.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_SDN051722ParvoWalk.jpgScarfie and SCARF Vice President Julie Ehemann lead the walk around the courtsquare during the SCARF Walk to End Parvo. The walk was held on Saturday, May 14. The event featured a talk by Upper Valley Career veterinarian Science Instructor Deb Stanfield about how deadly parvo is to dogs and how important it is that they are vaccinated against it. Upper Valley Career Center students presented SCARF with a check for $1,000. To get the money the students raised a pig and sold it off with help from Stanfield. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News