Posts Tagged ‘working dogs’

…and let him handle the filing for a change.

Do you think Bo attends Cabinet meetings? 

This is year fourteen for the popular Take Your Dog To Work Day,
created by Pet Sitters International.
(Should we call it National Pet Sitters Take the Day Off Day?)

Details on how to bring Take Your Dog To Work Day to your office –
plus, enter to win the awesome photo contest.

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Will you bring your dog to work on Friday, June 22nd? Tell us about it! 

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*Bo’s photos courtesy of Wikimedia Commons: Bo and POTUS by Lawrence Jackson; official portrait by Chuck Kennedy.
**Note: The photos of Bo and the President are used for illustrative purposes only and do not imply endorsement of Little Creek Veterinary Clinic or Pet Sitters International/Take Your Dog To Work Day by the Office of the President.
***Take Your Dog To Work Day logo is the property of Pet Sitters International and is used for illustrative purposes to promote the event. Pet Sitters International does not endorse Little Creek Veterinary Clinic (they don’t even know us.)

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     Mark your calendar for Barktoberfest on Saturday, November 6th from 1-4 PM at the Bark Park, 2717 Tait Terrace in Norfolk.  Barktoberfest is hosted by the Ballentine Civic League and is open to the public, with proceeds benefitting the dog park in Ballentine Place.

     You and your dog can compete in games and costume contests, or just stroll around and meet the vendors.  If you don’t have a dog to bring, visit the participating rescue groups to inquire about pet adoption.

     And this is your chance to meet some of the hardest-working animals in town:  rescue dogs, special needs dogs and therapy dogs.  Find out what it takes to train one of these special companions!

     Proceeds from Barktoberfest will be used to enhance the Bark Park.  Funds raised by the rescue groups will stay with those groups.

     Visit www.ballentinecivicleague.com and click on “Barktoberfest 2010” in the upper right corner to learn more.

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