Fourth Annual Triad Dog Games benefit The Sergei Foundation

April 13, 2017
Save the Date: May 20-21, 2017
Fourth Annual Triad Dog Games benefit The Sergei Foundation
What: Triad Dog Games is organized and presented by The Sergei Foundation as a charity fundraising event to assist its mission to save companion pets’ lives by providing veterinary financial assistance to families unable to afford emergency, life-saving care. Pet owners may enter their dogs to compete in a variety of events or come as a spectator, visit vendors, eat, and have some family fun. Leashed, friendly, and rabies vaccinated dogs are welcome to attend at no charge! The event draws thousands of spectators from the Triad and Triangle regions and attracts out-of-state competitors. All of last year’s events are back, including:
·         National-qualifying Skyhoundz DiscDogathon: Sometimes called “Frisbee-dogs,” Triad Dog Games welcomes Georgia’s Southeast Disc Dogs to run this event.
·         Regional/sanctioned Flyball competition: The competition is led by First In Flight Flyball Team of Winston-Salem, NC.
·         Dock jumping hosted by Ultimate Air Dogs.
·         Agility and Doggy Daches.
For more event details, please visit or “Like” Triad Dog Games on Facebook to see videos/photos from past events.
When: Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 10am–4pm AND
Sunday, May 21, 2017 from 11am–4pm
Where: Winston-Salem Fairgrounds, 414 Deacon, Winston-Salem, NC 27105. Public and media enter via Gate 5.
Cost: $10 per person. $5 for kids 10 and under. Parking and pets are free! Donations above entry cost will be matched by a community donor. Event competitions and activities may have separate entry/registration fees, from $5-$30.
About The Sergei Foundation:
The Sergei Foundation incorporated in 2009 and is a 501(c)(3) North Carolina nonprofit organization. To date, the organization has helped hundreds of dogs and cats receive emergency veterinary medical attention. More information can be found online at
Karen L. Fullerton, MBA, Founder/CEO, The Sergei Foundation