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The weather was perfect for the 8th Annual PawFest in Largo’s Central Park. The kids and canine carnival is spon- sored by the Kiwanis Club of Largo/Mid-Pinellas, the event featured a wide variety of vendors, events and food trucks. The busiest place, by far, was the three-tent-wide booth, courtesy of Fluffy Puppies Dog Boutique featuring a splash pool for dogs and popcorn for humans. The best part of the tent was its refuge from the sun for both humans and canines alike. The booth was shared with Laura Allen Studios pho- tography and The New Barker. The organizers have always done a fine job of bringing


in new entertainment and a variety of exhibitors every year. Vendors are already signing up for PawFest 2015, scheduled


for the first Saturday in April. Call Linda Bullerman at 727.501.1444 for information and to reserve your booth space early.


Close to Your Heart. Always & Forever.


Memorial charms are an expression of love. Custom designed and hand crafted with the cremation ashes of your beloved pet,


glass artist Kara Renee Ramdas permanently layers the ashes along with silver leaf discreetly between glass to create your unique bead.


Delicate craftsmanship and sophisticated style...        Brighton, Charmed Memories and other such bracelets and necklaces.


Call Kara Renee for consultation and pricing 


Gone, but never forgotten.


Detail of kara’s paw glitter bead


Einstein is a two-year-old Corgi, willing his human to sign up for a subscription to The New Barker.


(Left): Chico is a Toy Poodle, adopted by Kathi from the SPCA Tampa Bay eight years ago. (Right): Little Bear is a 10-year-old Pomeranian, sporting a special haircut and coloring.


www.TheNewBarker.com Summer/Fall ~ 2014 THE NEW BARKER 77


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