Harper Collick, 2, gives her newly-adopted puppy, Dewey, a big smooch, while her mother Katie and dad Billy look on. DAN COOK PHOTOS
Grass Roots Rescue volunteer Isabella Wade shows off a happy Myrtis who is still up for adoption from GRR.
William Murray, 9, and his mom Amy were the first to adopt at the event. They chose Bucky.
Fran Murray gets a loving kiss from Norris as Kimberly Iacona looks on.
Grass Roots Rescue volunteer Olivia Dowell and her family fostered Carolina and her nine puppies. All of the pups were adopted at the event.
Iuliana Gradinariu and Mark Rick Brandenberg adopted beautiful Camora.
Jennifer Medhaug of New Jersey adopted Nebula.
Alexis Nichols loves her newly adopted pup, Aiken.
The Linton family adopted Myrtle, one of Carolina’s puppies. Shown are Denise, Alania, Haney, Ryker, and Bentley.
Alana Retzlaff gets some puppy love.
A very lucky family adopted beautiful Dolphi.
Ridgeland and Dagen were adopted by Laura, Kyleigh and Matt Powell of Berlin, Md.
DJ Draus and Kerry Choplin of Salisbury, Md., adopted Gilbert.
Mal is still awaiting his furever home.
Working the CASH (Canines Assisting Service Heroes) organization are (l-r) Bryan Clark, Major Nelson Miller, Winston Burns, Joe Startt, and Dave Curnock and Gunny.
Adopting Kane are Genna, Harper, Chris and Finley Lennox of Frederica.
Judy Mangini of Judy Sings the Blues entertained the crowd at the event.
Carolina watched as all nine of her pups were adopted. She is now awaiting her furever home.
GRR volunteer Kevin Thompson shows off Charlie. Charlie is still waiting for someone to give her the loving home she deserves.
GRR Executive Director and founder Karli Crenshaw, left, and GRR board pesident Reinie Thompson share a moment at the event.
Amanda Davidson of Hempworx was one of the vendors at he event.
Lori Ewing, left, and Jenna Bishop of Coastal Views featured some homemade products from the beach.
Heroes for Hooters had a booth at the event. H for H raises money and awareness for breast cancer and to provide positive recognition for local police officers and firefighters, and the military.
GRR Treasurer Valerie Rutt, left, and GRR founder Karlie Crenshaw share a proud hug after adopting out 19 dogs at the event.
Emmi Swope and Anna Crenshaw show off their canine face paintings.
Veteran Emily Jackson adopted Duncan.
I’m going home. I‘m going home.
Fran Schulte receives some love from Hawkeye.