If wrangling a Santa hat onto your excitable dog, then trying to snap a photo before the dog bolts isn't your idea of fun, the folks at Holiday House have a better suggestion.
Bring your pooch to on Saturday to have the dog's photo taken at the Winter Wonderland Pet Photo event.
Holiday House Pet Resort is organizing the event to raise awareness of the plight of homeless animals. Proceeds raised will benefit two local rescue groups, The Partnership for Planned Pets and Animal Lifeline.
The festivities will take place on Saturday, Dec. 3rd from 11 am to 3 pm in the greenhouse building. Dog owners are encouraged to bring their families along for the fun.
For a $10 donation, attendees will have the opportunity to have their pet photographed by a professional photographer, as well as, enjoy seasonal refreshments. The first 200 guests also will go home with a complimentary photo frame.
No appointments are necessary; photos will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. All photos will be cropped and emailed within five business days.
Holiday House Pet Resort is owned and operated by Drs. Laura and Randy Weis of Doylestown Veterinary Hospital. In the summer of 2010, the Weises also founded Partnership for Planned Pets. The non-profit group is headquarted at Holiday House and is dedicated to providing shelter, medical care, exercise, nutrition, and love to rescue dogs while finding permanent, loving homes for each dog.
Animal Lifeline is a support organization for rescues, shelters and municipal groups who advocate for homeless animals everyday.
The group provides community aid in many ways including donations of food, medical supplies and shelter supplies, animal transport and low income spay and neuter assistance.
Animal Lifeline also operates a thrift store in Warrington; all proceeds benefit animals in need. Please visit their website at www.animallifelineonline.org for more information.