Bring mom to Hamilton Mall to meet her next baby at the joint pet adoption fair on Saturday.

Harrah’s Resort, Beacon Animal Rescue and the A.C. Humane Society will celebrate National Dog Day from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 26, at the outdoor bay walk area at Harrah's (near the Brigantine entrance).

The event will feature specialty cocktails for humans and infused waters for pups, plus you can get a photo of you and your pet and make a donation. Adoptable dogs will be onsite as well, for those looking for a new best friend. Attendees are encouraged to bring a pet food item or make a cash donation, all of which will go directly to AC Humane Society and Beacon Animal Rescue.

Additionally, on the heels of Spoil your Dog Day, Harrah’s has created a specialty PetStay package which includes overnight accommodations in a Pet Friendly room, special pup welcome amenities and an assortment of three 100% organic gourmet dog treats (gluten free oatmeal, peanut butter and chicken flavors). 

Harrah's is located at 777 Harrah's Blvd. in Atlantic City.

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