Pet Photos with Santa and the Grinch

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Have your pet(s) and your photo taken with Santa Paws and/or the Grinch for a $20 donation. We will provide you with a CD of your photo for sharing and an abundantly stuffed goodie bag. We are happy to photograph multiple pets, family members and children. In past years, VIK9’s volunteers have photographed iguanas, turtles, rabbits, llamas, and a polish chicken and donkey! Well-behaved pets must be on a leash or in a carrier. Please contact info@vik9s.org or call 508-824-6978 if you have any questions. Walk-ins only. No cell phone cameras, please!

The same event kicked off at Especially for Pets in Medway on December 1 & 2 and took in over $1150. The East Taunton non-profit 's mission is to raise funds for bullet and stab protective vests for law enforcement dogs.  They focus on Massachusetts police K9s as a priority, then New England police K9s, and K9s throughout the United States.  Proceeds from the Medway event will provide a bullet/stab protective vest for the Holyoke K9 currently in training.  The custom embroidered vest is $1031.00

“Especially for Pets is extremely proud to partner with Vested Interest in K9s  to raise money to vest police dogs. We are honored to help protect these canines who put their lives on the line for us.  We are thrilled that one weekend event with Santa and the Grinch brought in enough money to vest one dog; and we could not have done it without the support of our vendors and customers. We look forward to our next event in Canton on December 8 & 9, and sincerely hope that we can raise enough money to vest another dog" said Amy Kinne, Director of Business Development for Especially for Pets.


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