The Ridgewood Education Foundation will hold its First Annual Community Dog Show this Sunday, May 23, in the parking lot of Ridgewood High School, (627 East Ridgewood Avenue). According to the press release, the event promises to be a "waggin' good time for critters of both the 2-legged and 4-legged variety!"
Come to the Dog Show to enjoy several doggy contests (best kisser, largest lap dog, dog-owner lookalikes, and more), demonstrations by the Sheriff's K-9 unit, pet psychics and behaviorists, and lots more fun. Local vendors will be offering their wares, and the sponsor, Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital, will be holding free grooming sessions. You may also participate in our "King or Queen" of the day, and have your pooch named "Top Dog". Dog-themed art work by Ridgewood students will also be on display all day.
Get more info and/or register your dog today by visiting the REF website. (Registration is not mandatory to attend, only if you want your dog to "compete.")
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