77th TR&C Any &All Dog Show Sunday

Published 12:40 pm Thursday, October 7, 2010

A note to my canine friends:

Whats better than riding in the car with your head hanging out the window or finding an open box of Milk Bones sitting on the table? Its the TR&HCs Any & All Dog Show and its happening this weekend.

If youre a canine looking for a good time, bring your family to the best thing that ever happened to dogs since the fire hydrant. Spend a glorious Sunday romping, roaming and rummaging around Harmon Field with some of Polk Countys finest pups.

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The Any & All Dog Show celebrates the uniqueness and charisma of us pooches with more personality than pedigree. If youre a pug with panache or hound with high hopes then this is your chance to wag it like the winner you are. Take a break from all that loyalty and unconditional love stuff.

Harmon Field is a great place to roll in the grass and let your tail down. Get as crazy as you want.&bsp; Bark continuously at nothing or at everything. This is your day&bsp; to shine.

A note to our two-legged companions:

New to the Any &All Dog Show this year is a vaccination clinic offered by sponsor Dr. Judy Korman of Mobile Pet Veterinary Services.

The clinic features:

Rabies vaccines, distemper/Parvo four-way vaccine for dogs and other vaccines offered depending on the pet’s lifestyle (e.g. kennel cough vaccine, lyme vaccine, Leptosporosis vaccine)

All rabies vaccines come with a tag and a certificate of vaccination.

A brief pre-vaccination physical exam will be given to all pets before vaccinations are given.&bsp; Vaccinations may be withheld at the discretion of the doctor.

Frontline Plus will be available for sale as well.

The 77th Annual Any & All Dog show will be held Sunday, October 10 at Harmon Field. Registration starts at 1 and the show begins at 2 p.m.

The Blessing of the Animals will begin at 1:45 p.m. for those wishing to participate.

All proceeds from this event go to the Foothills Humane Society.

So start working on a costume for your dog and give them a bath the rest is up to them!