Head Of The Pooch Benefiting McKamey Is Saturday

Monday, November 1, 2021

The Ark Pet Spa & Hotel invites the public on Saturday to take a break from the Head of The Hooch to stop into Basecamp Bar and Restaurant for food and cold drinks, all benefiting their friends at the McKamey Animal Center.

Basecamp Bar & Restaurant will host the Ark Pet Spa & Hotel's 3rd Annual Head of the Pooch on Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The event is free to the public. Guests will receive a souvenir cup and two beer tickets with a $10 donation. All beer proceeds will benefit the McKamey Animal Center. Basecamp Bar and Restaurant will have food for purchase, and 15 percent of the food proceeds will also go to McKamey.

The Ark Pet Spa and Hotel is a local pet boarding, daycare, grooming franchise that has been in the industry since 2006. The Ark currently has seven locations, four in Chattanooga, one in Atlanta and Hunstville, with the newest set to open in Salt Lake City in 2022.

Basecamp is a locally owned and operated bar and restaurant located on the north shore of downtown Chattanooga at 346 Frazier Ave.

Hutton & Smith and OddStory Brewing Co. will be donating kegs to help benefit McKamey. Hutton and Smith is at 431 E M L King Blvd #120. OddStory is at 336 E M L King Blvd.

McKamey Animal Center is at 4500 North Access Road. The McKamey Animal Center vision comprises four pillars focusing on spay/neuter, advocacy, enforcement, and education. The proceeds from the Head of the Pooch event will go towards pet adoptions. To learn more about McKamey Animal Center, visit their website: www.mckameyanimalcenter.org.

Guests are invited to bring their pup for free Slobberbones Bakery & Market tricks and treats as people take a break from watching the Head of the Hooch action on the Tennessee River.



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