MIDDLETON (WKOW) -- Both man and dog were able to have some fun today at the 8th Annual Dogtoberfest, hosted by the Dane County Humane Society.
There was enough going on to make both owners and their dogs happy, with a variety of events including live music, food, a hot dog eating contest and a costume competition.
But Gayle Viney, public relations coordinator at the Dane County Humane Society, says that the best part of the event is that all proceeds will go towards helping less fortunate animals.
"The money raised today will go 100% back to the animals at the humane society and it's such a community event. We couldn't do what we do at the shelter without the support," says Viney.
Organizers said at the beginning of the event that they expected over 700 people and 500 dogs to attend throughout the day.
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