Photos | ‘Doggies and Donuts’ draws a crowd

Julie Reichle

10 week old Tyler snuggles into his new owner

Potential pup adopters, young and old alike, were all smiles perusing the possibilities at Sunday’s “Doggies and Donuts” fundraising event. Held at the Community Hall for the benefit of the MILO Foundation, puppies and adult dogs received lots of attention and consideration for permanent homes.

Event sponsor Pam Fullerton of Pamela Strike Fullerton Luxury Real Estate was thrilled with the turnout. “Today had three of my favorite things — doggies, donuts, and children. And we had lots of them!” Over 120 people showed up for the event that included donuts, raffle prizes, and crafts for kids — along with bluegrass from the East Bay Railway Band. By the end of the event, two puppies and two adult dogs had found their forever homes.

According to Fullerton, for anyone still interested, there are several litters with puppies currently available for adoption. Please visit to learn more.

The event was sponsored by Pam Fullerton of Pamela Strike Fullerton Luxury Real Estate, Pet Food Express, and Guaranteed Rate Mortgage.

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