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Fence Build for Cowboy and Luna in White Salmon, WA  

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Saturday, July 18, 2020, 09:00am

Come on out to the beautiful Columbia River Gorge to build two fences for Cowboy and Luna.  Cowboy is an escape artist and is chained 24/7, while Luna is chained to a tree during the day.  Unfortuately, Cowboy is a little too excitable to be in the fence with Luna, so we will be building each their own fence.  Let's give these pups some space to run and be free!

Location: White Salmon, WA
Contact : Ryann Medlin
Contact Email: rlmedlin@hotmail.com

 


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SPECIAL COVID-19 GUIDELINES

We so appreciate your dedication and commitment to Fences For Fido. You are the very heart of our organization. Therefore, our primary concern is your safety and wellbeing. For that reason, Fences For Fido will follow the recommended precautionary guidelines as defined by the states where we build our fences.

On Site Safety Guidelines

If you are fully vaccinated, you may participate in a fence build without wearing a facemask. This policy in in keeping with the following state guidelines:

  • Washington - Face coverings or masks, along with six feet of physical distancing, significantly slow or stop the spread of COVID-19. If you are not fully vaccinated, you must continue to wear face coverings and practice physical distancing in public.
  • Oregon - OHA strongly recommends that individuals who are unvaccinated or who are at risk for severe COVID-19 disease continue to wear a face covering when in outdoor crowded areas.

Prior to Your Arrival

If you have been in contact with any known COVID-19 patients, we ask that you complete the 14 day quarantine before joining a build.
If you feel sick or have any symptoms of the virus, we ask that you not attend a build. Please take your temperature before coming to a build to check for fever.
If you have an elevated temperature, please stay home.

 

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