Pet Parties: A Pawsitive Fur-nomenon from Blessing of the Animals (ISBN 1402729677)
Copyright 2007 by Diana L. Guerrero. All rights reserved. Reprint permissions click here.
"Looking to hold a purr-fect affair? Schedule a pet party. The selection is far from tame because choices come from a variety of furry festivities sparked by annual events, holidays, or special occasions. Fund-raising events range from an elaborate New Year's Eve Fur Ball or Canine Cotillion to a Bark and Art cock-tail party or Whine and Cheese reception.
What to serve? Pet savvy attendants know the only drink for thirsty pets is water. For the ulti-mutt in bottled water, sample the purified water available in a variety of flavors from the K9 Water Company. Serve it in upscale martini style pet bowls labeled, "Mutt-ini" or "Cosmo-paw-itan" to add a touch of class.
Get human party animals to drool over wines with names such as Pee-No Noir, Chateau La Paws or Canine Cabernet. State-of-the-arf wines are available from the Dog House, a division of Kendall Jackson Wine Estates. Chief dog officer, Robbie, knows about pedigrees, making no bones over the fact that canines put the best connoisseurs to shame. So, the Dog House motto confirms, "dog nose best." The innovative label also donates a portion of the proceeds from each bottle to Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Both pet parents and animal businesses enjoy yappy hours, meow mixers, puppy socials and Yowl-O-Ween. Let the mind run wild to create unique merrymaking around naming ceremonies, teething awards, obedience-graduation fund-raisers, adoption anniversaries, special pet days, birthdays, puppy or kitten showers, and other seasonal galas..."
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