The third annual Pucks and Paws night will be held this Saturday night, as the Tomahawks host Springfield at 7 p.m. For a $5 donation to the Johnstown Police K-9 Unit, fans can bring their dogs with them to the game. The donations will be collected at the gate prior to the game.
Fans can also meet Rocky, a police dog who retired from the Johnstown Police Department earlier this week. Rocky will be available to meet fans in the warehouse during the game.
Golden Girls Pet Therapy will also have one of their dogs, Olive, in attendance on Saturday night. Olive is being trained to join our fans in cheering on our Tomahawks.
St. Marks Episcopal Church will be conducting a food drive in the lobby prior to the game. Fans are asked to bring new, unopened pet food to benefit their pet food pantry.
Fans can also visit with several animal groups, including:
- Habitat For Hounds (will have puppies available for adoption & the 50/50 for the evening)
- Golden Girls Pet Therapy
- St. Marks Episcopal Church Pet Food Bank
- Paws House
- Ethel Fund
- Cambria County Humane Society
- Operation Pit Bull
- Johnstown Police K-9 Unit (in the Warehouse)
Tickets for Saturday night’s game are available by visiting www.johnstowntomahawks.com, by calling 1-800-745-3000, or by going to the War Memorial Box Office. Fans can sit with their dogs in the regular seating areas, or special general admission dog areas will be available.
Fans wanting to purchase tickets and support Habitat for Hounds can click on the special ticket link at www.johnstowntomahawks.com. A portion of the proceeds from the tickets purchased using the special homepage link benefit Habitat for Hounds.