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National Dog Day. St. Petersburg dog lovers celebrated National Dog Day at 3 Daughters Brewing on August 26, 2017. The New Barker partnered with Pet Pal Animal Shelter, Pet Food Warehouse and Humane Education Connection. Fun Fact: National Dog Day was founded in 2004 by Colleen Paige, Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert & Animal Advocate. The mission is to bring awareness of the number of dogs that need to be adopted each year. NationalDogDay.com. (Left): Jackson, a Great


Pyrenees. (Right): Dozer, known for visiting bars across Florida. Photograph by Heather Schulman.


Dog Lovers Doing Good For Humanity.


The Spring of Tampa Bay is Hillsborough County's only certi- fied domestic violence prevention and emergency shelter agency. The shelter hosted a new event, Paddle for Peace. 200+ paddle boarders from around the Tampa Bay Area came


together to raise awareness about domestic violence. The event was dog-friendly so a few dog lovers decided to enjoy this popular sport of stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) with their dog on Hillsborough River.


The Spring of Tampa Bay also has a program called SAVE which provides safe housing and care to pets of victims of


domestic violence. (Right): Mike and Puck. Photograph by Heather Schulman.


The 27th Annual SPCA Tampa


Bay Pet Walk, October 7 at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg. The emcee was Tony and Emmy award-winning Dale Badway, who brought his own adopted dog, Apollo. (Far left to right): Simone, a four-year-old Labradoodle. “The best dog ever,” said his humans of three-year-old Rasta, who was just happy to see everyone. Oden, a Yellow Chocolate Lab mix, stopped


to take in all the smells. Photographs by Anna Cooke.


The 15th Annual Tuxes and Tails,


Rio de Carnaval, was co-chaired by Andrea Gonzmart Williams, and her husband Beau Williams. The evening’s festivities, held at the Tampa Convention Center on October 14, raised $400,000 for


the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. (Right): Ginsu, an adoptable at the event. Andrea Gonzmart Williams, her daughter Amelia (holding


London, a 10-month-old Chi mix) and Beau Williams. Moose, a 10- week-old Staffordshire Terrier mix.


84 THE NEW BARKER Photographs by Heather Schulman. www.TheNewBarker.com


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