Events

Looking for something to do? What to show your support for the community? The VCC is associated with many organizations and are always up for seeing some familiar faces. Feel free to call us for ticket or for more information about a particular event.

  

Pet Disaster Readiness - The Veterinary Cancer Center and Adopt-A-Dog Inc., in conjunction with the Greenwich Emergency Medical Service, introduces a public seminar for pet first aid and disaster readiness. Seminar will be held January 15th, 2014 between 6:00PM and 7:00PM at The Veterinary Cancer Center.


PVillage Critter Outfitter's: The 10 Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets With Dr. Post' – Pet owners are invited to learn how detect the warning signs of cancer in their pets on September 10th , 2013, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Village Critter Outfitter’s store Dr. Gerald Post, DVM, MEM, DACVIM (Oncology) is one of only two hundred board-certified veterinary oncologists in the United States. For more information, visit www.VillageCritterOutfitter.com or call the store at 203-972-7000. Please call to reserve your seat. Space is limited.


Puttin' on the Dog - Adopt A Dog Festival of Fun- The Amazing Marshall Boprey will be doing free portraits again at this  Sunday, September 22, 2013 all day. Every year in September we present “Puttin On The Dog (POD)” Show and Festival, a “just for fun” dog show in Greenwich, CT. to raise funds for our ongoing efforts throughout the year.


Best of the Gold Coast - Stamford Hilton Thursday, June 25 from 6:30 - 9:30PM. See and be seen at the Best Of 2013 party featuring the best that Fairfield County has to offer with live music, delicious food & drink and so much more!


Newtown Therapy Dog Team "Thank You" Event- June 22, 2013 from 10AM-12PM at Fairfield Hills Grounds, Newtown, CT. Come out and celebrate the fine work that over 70 national therapy dog teams have brought to our community over the past few months. Learn their story, visit with the dogs and take photos. It’s a family event with many special guests who will speak for about 35 minutes and then you can visit with your favorite dogs and meet others!