Puppy Alley is in Cardinal Hall, the newest building on the Ohio Expo grounds and is located just west of the old Puppy Alley tent. Space is first come first serve. All personal items must be removed from the building overnight.
Dogs at the Congress
Dogs are permitted on the Ohio State Fairgrounds during the Congress. However, no dogs, either on or off a leash, will be permitted in the Coliseum, Celeste Center, Cooper Arena, Congress Hall or Congress Annex.
Congress Puppy Alley Requirements
Participants are required to complete a Puppy Alley Registration Form. Registration forms are available at the stall office. An Ohio Quarter Horse Association representative will collect the registration form when you arrive at Puppy Alley. Participants are required to display puppies in the designated Puppy Alley area only. Participants will occupy individual spaces within Puppy Alley. Spaces will be available on a daily first come, first served basis. No puppies less than 8 weeks of age will be permitted on Puppy Alley. All puppies must have a current Health Certificate prior to arriving at Puppy Alley. Health certificates must be available for inspection every day you plan to participate in Puppy Alley. All puppies are subject to examination by Congress designated veterinarians. The Congress designated veterinarian will have the final say as to a puppy's suitability to participate in Puppy Alley. Participants will be charged $20.00 per puppy, per day.
There will be a representative at Puppy Alley to assist with check in.
Inquiries may be directed to Joanne Taylor JTaylor@oqha.com 614.505.7200 ext 127.
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