Raise the Woof Canine Carnival

On Saturday October 3rd LiveDAYBREAK held its annual Raise the Woof Canine Carnival. The event was held at Founder's Park next to SoDa Row for a dog costume contest, dog treats, photo op, and more.

We encouraged those attending to practice social distancing and wear masks when social distancing wasn't possible.

Best Small Dog Featured below

Best Miss/Mr Congeniality
Best Big Dog
Best Group
Best Senior Dog

We would like to thank all those that volunteered and help with this event and would like to give a special thanks to Badass Agility, who sponsored the dog Agility Course, and Lisa Radke from Re/Max Results for sponsoring the event.

Event proceeds were matched by LiveDAYBREAK and went to the Purple Paw Program of Utah, which provides housing and care for pets of domestic violence survivors, with $700 given to the Purple Paw Program.

LiveDAYBREAK plays a dynamic leadership role in helping Daybreak be the most desirable community in Utah by creating a culture where our residents live more fulfilling lives. This is achieved by focusing our events, activities, and programs around five values:

Connecting: Bringing people together through programs, events, clubs and other opportunities for personal interactions, while encouraging volunteerism and leadership growth.

Lifelong Learning: Supporting and promoting a variety of educational opportunities throughout all stages of life.

Embracing Arts & Diversity: Enriching lives through the cultivation of the arts while appreciating differences within the community.

Healthy Living: Supporting physical and emotional well-being through community events and activities, as well as fostering economic, social and environmental sustainability.

Giving Back: Participating in the betterment of Daybreak and the community at large through volunteerism, service and philanthropic measures.


Photos were taken by Lizzy Williams & Robert Stroud