The Puttin’ On The Dog festival for pets and the people who love them is back for its 32nd edition Sunday, Sept. 29, at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich.

Puttin’ On The Dog is Adopt-A-Dog’s annual festival that doubles as a fundraiser and an adoption event for multiple shelters in the area. The money raised will support efforts such as the shelter’s socialization, training and behavior programs to ready dogs for future homes. The shelter was founded in 1982 in Greenwich by residents Donna Nives, Gloria Scheuer and Pam Fahnestock. Now based in Armonk, N.Y., Adopt-A-Dog still holds its biggest event in Greenwich because of its ties to the town.

Puttin’ On The Dog attracted about 5,000 attendees last year and this year’s Adopt-A-Dog event will feature such favorite events as dog parades, demonstrations, competitions, a scavenger hunt, as well as music and vendors.

Click here for tickets and details, as well as for fun competitions with your dog.

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The event is being presented by Pet Pantry Warehouse, Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, H3 Foundation-Helping Hands For Humanity, Serendipity, Carriage House Motor Cars.

Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, 100 Arch St., Greenwich. Sunday, Sept. 29, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 914-273-1674.