Dogs of all kinds attended the 2012 Woofstock that brought more than 200 people to Jones County.
The 7th Annual Woofstock kicked off in Gray, where people rallied to rescue unwanted animals through a day of family fun.
The event offered a variety of activities for man and man's best friend, such as dog demonstrations, live music, dog washes, kids zone, pictures, food, contests, and live adoption.
Mike Brazzell, who attend this year's Woofstock, says he came out to help support all the unwanted animals.
"There are a lot of animals that need homes, and events like this are what finds animals homes. We have a serious problem in middle Georgia, with all the centers being full and all the rescues being full," Brazzell said.
Vice President of Forever Friend Humane Society, Stephanie Parker, says they want to get the message out about how important is is to adopt and to have your animal spayed and neutered.