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I’m a Dawg for You Baby. On April 9th, Harley Davidson of Brandon hosted the Hawgs for Dawgs Adoption Event for Animal Based Charities and Florida rescue groups. AnimalBasedCharities.org. Check out their thrift store at 4465 W. Gandy Blvd., Suite 315 in Tampa.


(Left): Baby came to Hawgs for Dawgs as a 10-week-old Shepherd Lab mix. Emma was one of the Pet Pal Animal Shelter volunteers looking after the adopta- bles at the event, including this sweet 10-week-old Beagle mix (right). Who can resist that look? PetPalAnimalShelter.com


(Left): Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of Greater Tampa Bay Rescue was on hand with some adoptables. Breezy, a four-year-old Wheaten, had already been adopted. FLWheatenClub.org and click onto the Petfinder link to view the Florida adoptable Wheaten Terriers. (Right): Huck, who was born on Christmas, 2013, had the eyes (and hearts) of several people who wanted to adopt him. He was with DARE - Dachshund Adoption Rescue and Education. DareToRescue.com. Be sure to mark your calendar for Dox-A-Palooza 9, the annual fundraising event for DARE on November 1, in Lakeland. Photography by Anna Cooke.


harbour island


On the last Sunday of every month, throughout the year, Tampa’s Harbour Island comes alive with art. The Harbour Island Art Walk brings artisans of crafts, jewelry and food together with artists whose works represent various medi- ums. Post Harbour Drive is closed to street traffic and becomes a colorful spot, enhanced by the great waterfront and a view of Tampa’s skyline. The dog-friendly event draws


locals and visitors. HarbourIslandArtWalk.com


For vendor participation, call Wendy at 813.451.7936 (Left): During the April art show, we watched as Jim indoctrinated his Vizsla, Wrigley on the fine art of paddle boarding. (Above): Ziggy enjoyed people-watching from the vantage point of Lia Lopez's lap as Peter looked on.


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Photography by Anna Cooke


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