Meet a Professional Animal Behavioralist at the 2012 Doggy Show
Devin Mojecki, of the Family Pet Resort in Newtown Square, gave a once-over to Lilly, the Official Mascot of the Broomall Rotary Doggy Show.
“She could use a nail clipping…. and a breath mint wouldn’t hurt," said Devin. “We can take care of that at the Doggy Show in Broomall.” (Lilly had no comment on the subject).
Devin is a professional animal behavioralist, and she will be at this year's Doggy Show with her coworkers to clip nails for a $5 donation to the Delaware County SPCA.
“We are always glad to support our community and particularly the SPCA,” said Devin. “We don’t stop loving animals when we leave work at night. It’s a full-time commitment and joy for all of us. Besides, the Doggy Show is so much fun and we are happy to be a part of it.”
This year’s event will again be on Sunday, Oct. 7, at 1 p.m. (registration is at 12:30 p.m.), at Veterans Memorial Park on Lawrence Road. As in the past, the contests include Best Costume, Cutest Puppy, Waggiest Tail, Best Kisser, Best Trick and Best Behaved Lap Dog over 50 lbs.
Registration is only $4 and ribbons are awarded. And, with a little luck, you’ll see your dog’s picture in the County Press.
The event is sponsored by the Broomall Rotary Club. This is one of the four community events that the club sponsors each year. They also produce the Firecracker 5K, Pictures with Santa and The Junior Olympics.
The nationally renowned Philadelphia Dog Training Club will conduct an obedience training demonstration of the basic and effective techniques of dog training.
Afterwards, there will be a fun-filled Interactive Rally Course that is open to all dogs, including Lilly. Just bring you pooch and they’ll show you how it’s done.
For More information, visit www.broomallrotary.com.