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Humane Society of Southern Arizona to attempt world record for most dogs in a photo

TUCSON- The Humane Society of Southern Arizona will attempt to make doggy history this weekend by attempting to break a world record for most dogs in a photograph! If you have a dog, you are invited to take part in the event that will be held on Saturday, April 1, at La Encantada. HSSA Director of Marketing and Communications, Vanessa Ford, said the event is aimed to raise awareness for Arizona Gives Day, which is April 4. Arizona Gives Day is a statewide, 24-hour giving campaign that takes place the first Tuesday of April each year. 

The campaign helps people discover and contribute to the causes they support. “The event, the world dog photo, is a free event, but we are hoping to get $10 donations as people register so that we can help prime the pump for Arizona Gives Day,” said Ford. Registration begins at 9 a.m. Saturday. The photo will be taken at 10 a.m. To let organizers know you’re coming, like their Facebook event page. Ford said the current world record for most dogs in a photo is about 225 dogs. “World records are always being broken,” she said. “We don't know who might be out there trying to break this record at the same time. 

We are hoping to get about 400 dogs this weekend.” Ford said the rule is one dog for every one adult. Dogs must be leashed. If you cannot attend, but would like to donate to the HSSA,

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