A “Yappy Hour” was hosted on Thursday, June 23 to celebrate the winner of the 2022 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
I have a soft spot in my heart for dogs. As most people would agree, there’s something special about them. Whether its that tender loving feeling you get when they run to you after coming home from a long day’s work or the look they give you during the causal walk around the neighborhood — whatever it is, I like it.
As summer slowly comes to a close, many of us have already cashed in those vacations days to spend time with family and friends. Most, however, felt the need to leave their furry-friends behind.
In honor of pet heroes and heroes who have saved at-risk animals from cruel environments, the 2018 Humane Awards Luncheon was held on Thursday, Nov. 15th in New York City’s Cipriani 42nd Street and hosted by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA); as well as NBC anchor Chuck Scarborough.
We attended the 1st annual Rescue Dogs Rock NYC Benefit, held at the Harmonie Club in NYC. The event was co-chaired by Georgina Bloomberg and Lara Trump.
A pet is defined as a domestic animal acquired specifically for companionship, or pleasure.
When it comes to the cutest actors/actresses on any film, I’d have to say it’s impossible to beat the barking, four-legged actors that are dogs.
May is National Pet Month, so Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle have teamed up with Swiffer to raise awareness for pet adoption.
It’s a cliche, but dogs are, in fact, too good for this world.
Last Monday, The IFC Center, Paw Prints and Muddy Paws Rescue organization greeted us with a fine array of canines, some even up for adoption, as they strutted across the red carpet flair. And yes, they were as adorable as you imagine.
Being situated in front of the IFC theatre in downtown, onlookers were struck with puppy-dog eyes belonging only to some of Instagram’s most famous pooches. And that’s in addition to the adopted ones. Variety was a strong proponent of Monday’s event.
Of course, the list goes on and on. Nevertheless, the event was regulated to a few dogs, mostly to advertise the adoption effort by Muddy Paws. For clarity: Muddy Paws spear-heads the life-saving work necessary to find homes for displaced dogs city-wide. The Monday screening, of which also went by another, more creative honorific: the first annual Paw-liday Party, was yet another venture for the group to tackle, raising upwards of $4000. The benefit screening concluded with a broadcast of Christopher Guest’s 2000’s Mockumentary, Best In Show.
Here is a romance about as empty as “The Space Between Us.”