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A Canine Christmas Extravaganza Adoption Event!

December 9th, 2012 at Sun, 9th, 2012 at 12:49 pm by Diane Rich

  Increase the merry in your holidays by adopting your new best friend!

 

Sunday, December 16th Paws-Abilities Total Dog Center, Fife
Noon-3 pm
Ho ho ho!  It’s time again for our extra large and extra jolly Adoption Event! 
Come join us and find your own Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, or Vixen!

Fifteen rescue groups will be attending with their adoptable dogs and puppies in all shapes, sizes, breeds, and personalities.  All dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, temperament tested and looking to pledge their love!  Trainers will be on site to help you select a dog that will be perfect for your family and lifestyle.

Adoption fees will range between $100-$350.Come early and enjoy the food and crafts at the vendor booths that will be set up outside of Paws-Abilities Total Dog Center at 10 am.  You will be able to buy all the supplies your new pooch will need to be set up in style!Doors for the Adoption Event will open at Noon And, guess who will be there to snuggle and take pictures with you and your new pooch–that’s right, SANTA! 
Capture the memory of  this holiday season and have a holiday photo taken with Santa and you  and your furry best friend(s)! Photos will be taken by PawPrints Pet Photographyand they will make beautiful Christmas gifts!  10% of the proceeds from the purchased photos will be donated to Pawsitive Alliance!Opt to Adopt and give the gift of a furever home to a loving dog for Christmas this year!
Shelter and Rescue Groups bringing their dogs:

For more information, email Denise at info@pawsitivealliance.org or call us at 206-486-4PET! Click here to download a flier and help us spread the word!

Paws-Abilities Total Dog Center 7338 26th Street E Building F   Fife, WA 98424 For more information and directions, visit the Paws-Abilities website.
Woof,
Diane
Diane Rich Dog Training, LLC
www.spokesdog.com
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I have been training dogs and their people for over 25 years. I work with pups from 7 weeks old to senior plus dogs and offer basic obedience to advanced off leash training both privately and group classes. Other services include behavior consultations to help both ends of the leash with everything from aggression, puppy/dog manners and public manners to separation anxiety. As a "real world" dog trainer, I take training out of the classroom or home when both the pet and family are ready, and take training to the street. I also offer pet therapy training classes preparing both the handler and dog for their therapy test and future service as a therapy team. I also coordinate several pet therapy programs in the Seattle area. My complete bio, description of services, class dates and on line class registration is listed on my website at www.spokesdog.com.

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