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Promenade Temecula Unleashes New Event For Dog Owners

PROMENADE TEMECULA UNLEASHES NEW EVENT FOR DOG OWNERS
Shopping Center to host “Dog Days of Summer” every Saturday in June

Four-legged furry friends are the focus of a new event coming to Promenade Temecula this June. In partnership with VSSN (Veteran Supplemental Support Network), Promenade Temecula will host the “Dog Days of Summer” every Saturday in June to benefit Transitions 2 Success and Pawz for Wounded Veterans through Canine Support Teams.

The “Dog Days of Summer” kicks-off on Saturday, June 4th at 10am on the Plaza (outside Edwards Theater) with a pet parade and red carpet Paw-Pawrazzi event. Each Saturday in June will feature different activities including:
· June 4: Paw-Pawrazzi red carpet event, pet adoptions and pet/owner look-a-like contest
· June 11: vaccinations, obedience training, pet safety training and Amateur Top Dog Contest
· June 18: vaccinations, grooming tips and tricks, Extreme Pet Makeover Contest
· June 25: Pooch of the Valley fashion show, pet parade, and doghouse silent auction finale

In addition, a special seminar hosted by Joel Silverman is scheduled for Saturday, June 11th at 1pm. Mr. Silverman is the former host of Good Dog U on Animal Planet, author and founder of Companions for Life™. His presentation is sponsored by Camp Bow Wow Temecula.

According to VSSN founder and “Dog Days of Summer” coordinator Daisy Tate, the fun continues with Temecula’s first-ever BARKITECTURE event. “Throughout the month we will have custom-built dog houses on display throughout the mall, crafted by area businesses specifically for this event,” Tate said. “These houses will be enjoyed and bid on by visitors to the mall throughout the entire month and then auctioned off via a silent auction held during the Pet Expo on June 25th.”

The “Dog Days of Summer” is a collaborative event that will benefit the growing need of animal support for disabled veterans, elderly individuals, and people with disabilities. The partners involved also hope to perform over 100 pet adoptions and build foster care programs in the valley.

For more information or to register to participate contact Daisy Tate at: 951-821-VSSN (8776) or email her at dtate@vetsupportnet.org website: www.vetsupportnet.org

**Press Release provided by Kristi Reedy for PEAR Public Relations.

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