Opening Week Activities Kick Off July 14
Invisible Fence of Greater Seattle is relocating its retail store to the Kirkland community, and will celebrate with local residents, dignitaries – and, of course, VIP pets! The activities get underway on Tuesday, July 14 at 10 a.m. with the store opening, and culminate with an Open House for the community on Saturday, July 18.
To celebrate its Kirkland location, Invisible Fence will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 15 at 5:30 p.m. with the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce. The event will be attended by chamber members, Chamber President Jeff Cole and Mayor Amy Walen.
On Saturday, there will be an Open House for the public, featuring fun activities for families, local pets and their owners. Activities include:
- $1,000 gift to Motley Zoo Animal Rescue to help improve the lives of local animals (presentation at noon)
- Free dog consultation services, or “therapy sessions,” for dogs and owners by pet training and behavior specialist Julie Forbes of Sensitive Dog and “The Dog Show with Julie Forbes” (2-3 p.m.)
- Giveaway of indoor and outdoor Invisible Fence products, valued at $3,000
- Reading with Rover, a community-based literacy program that shows kids how to practice reading with therapy dogs in a safe environment
Also during Opening Week, the brand is:
- Matching donations made to the Seattle Kennel Club’s AKC Disaster Relief trailer (up to $5,000)
- Donating oxygen pet masks to the Seattle Fire Department through the Project Breathe™ Program, which will equip first responders with small, medium and large masks to keep pets safe during life-threatening hazards like house fires. Donation takes place Tuesday, July 14, 11 a.m. at Fire Station 20 (2800 15th Ave. West)
Invisible Fence Kirkland Store
12305 120th Ave. NE, Suite G
Kirkland, WA 98034