Vendor Registration

Woofstock is a FREE community festival hosted by Animal Welfare Society. The event raises funds for pet veterinary care. Woofstock is Southern Maine’s only family-friendly, dog-friendly food and beer festival and takes place Saturday, July 27, 2024 from 11 am – 3 pm at AWS, 46 Holland Road, Kennebunk, Maine.

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Vendor Registration Forms

Vendors are the heart and soul of Woofstock. We are so grateful for the many vendors who join us each year. Thank you! As of 5/15/24, registration for food trucks, crafters, makers and nonprofits is now closed.

*NEW for 2024* Pet Services Vendors at Woofstock!

As a dog-friendly Festival, pets take center stage at Woofstock. This year, we are pleased to open up opportunities for Pet Services businesses to join the Festival, as part of the expanded Agility Zone. Engage with pet lovers, offer your services (such a nail trims or grooming) and support AWS’ mission!

Food Trucks

If you offer fun, eclectic foods, whether it be appetizers, main courses, snacks or dessert, consider joining the fun! With thousands of hungry attendees, often looking to try something new, Woofstock has truly become the foodie destination you don’t want to miss!

Food truck registration is now closed.

Crafters, Makers, Pet Services & Nonprofits

Woofstock is the place to be if you want to share what you do with thousands of pet-lovers! Dozens of local crafters offer everything from pet supplies and apparel to artwork and jewelry, and so much more. Fellow animal nonprofits offer demos and share important information about their mission. Pet services such as groomers and dog walkers showcase what they do and offer services right on site. Vendors are allocated a 10 x 10 space and are responsible for bringing their own tent, tables and supplies.

Registration for crafters, makers and nonprofits is now closed.

Vendor Interest Forms

Breweries & Beverage Companies

Woofstock’s Beer Garden a huge hit each year! Local craft breweries, cider makers and other beverage companies offer 4 oz tasters of some of their favorite products.

Because all beer is generously donated, all proceeds from Beer Garden tasting tickets provide veterinary care for pets in our community. Tasting tickets are purchased at the event.


The 2024 Woofstock Beer Garden is full!


Live music is a big part of Woofstock! This year we welcome
Kennebunk River Band from 11 am – 1 pm
Kris Hype from 1 pm – 3 pm

If you offer other types of entertainment (face painting, tarot card readings, live demonstrations, etc.) and would like learn more about how you can join the fun, please fill out this interest form.

Questions about being a vendor at Woofstock?

For more information, please contact the Woofstock Planning Committee via email or phone at (207) 985-3244 ext. 200.

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We're in a heat wave! ☀ With temperatures reaching the mid 90s with high humidity and haze, it's important to know how to keep pets safe and cool in extreme weather. Learn the signs and symptoms and heatstroke in your pet! 

❃ Heavy Panting
❃ Rapid Breathing
❃ Excessive Drooling
❃ Excessive Thirst
❃ Incoordination
❃ Glassy Eyes
❃ Bright Red Gums & Tongue
❃ Vomiting
❃ Seizures or Fainting

If you suspect heatstroke in your pet, immediately get them out of the sun and heat and into a cooler area. You can splash them with cool water or apply cold compresses to their face, belly, armpits, and feet. Then, call your veterinarian or local emergency veterinary hospital immediately.

Learn more safety tips on our newest blog post online. We hope you have a safe, fun, and cool summer!
We have the most heartwarming Happy Homes story to share! Lana, who was adopted back in January of 2023, has been living with her perfect family and truly being a loyal and loving companion. It just goes to show you that you never know how an animal may change your life. Here's what her mom has to say about her now! 

"Lana is an amazing dog and has been the light of me and my daughter’s life. She helped us through some tough times. She has a natural gift as she could always sense when my daughter was about to have her Vertigo moments. And she also was a protective girl around her after my daughter and I were in a car accident when we got hit by a drunk driver. This dog was a true friend and hero and I couldn’t imagine life without her!"
Yesterday was the last day of school for 7th graders at the Middle School of the Kennebunks, and per their annual tradition they visited AWS! Art students at the school make dog and cat toys for us every year and then celebrate by hand delivering the donations right to our door. They then take a tour of our facility and visit with the pets they helped. We love community traditions like this! Happy summer!