Please help support a very worthy ‘Canine Cause’. Celia will be there to marry ‘Lady B & Giorgio’ on February 12th, in a ceremony that is sure to bring howls (from all the other dogs, and maybe a few Doggie Moms). Please click on the link for Canine Celebrations to donate or for more information, and please come join us for a special afternoon in support of Dogs.
Thanks so much …..
Celia, Michael, Gary, Sophie, and Sparky – Vow-wow-wow
It would only make sense that the stars of the new much anticipated reality show Doggie Moms would be attending Canine Celebrations Valentines Day Wedding between Lady B & Giorgio!Doggie Moms follows a group of New York City women whose lives revolve entirely around their dogs – doggie dates, birthday parties, weddings, meet-ups, pageants, fashion shows, costume contests, fundraisers, you name it. These doggie moms are tenacious about ensuring the best for their babies, pinning all of their hopes and dreams on their four-legged, furry “children” Please join all of us for an afternoon that is sure to keep your tails wagging!!!
God willing there won’t be any Fur a flying!!
Feb 12, 2011
1280 Lexington Avenue, NY NY 10028
Ceremony at 2PM performed by Celia Milton
Followed by reception
Wedding Cake & treats for both 2 & 4 legged guests
MC Mike hosting the Post Wedding Raffle Party!
All proceeds from raffles purchased will be donated to Mighty Mutts & Ollie’s Place
|*Canine Celebration is partnering with NYC Media, the official television, radio and online network of the City of New York for many reasons but the most important ones to me are that the series will also serve as a resource for pet owners in the City, sharing details about the guidelines behind licenses, transporting dogs, microchipping, spaying and neutering and more. Episodes will examine the importance of grooming and nutrition, adopting shelter pets, pet first aid, how to volunteer to help animals and more. The moms have a lot of heart too, working tirelessly to give back to the community, raising money for local animal shelters and other charities. Some have even prepared their pets to be therapy dogs who comfort the sick and elderly.|