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Bow-WOW!

Does your dog have the sweetest smile? Can your dog do an amazing trick? Is your dog best dressed? Or is your dog a charmer, and likely to be the crowd’s favorite? Come and show off your pet at a brand new Junior Woman’s Club of Sparta (JWCS) fundraising event called Bow-WOW!

Bow-WOW, held at the K-nine Coaching Dog Run in Lafayette Village on October 13th between 12-4pm, will give all dogs a chance to strut their stuff. The event will also feature a silent auction and items for sale from pet-themed vendors. All proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit One Step Closer Animal Rescue (O.S.C.A.R.), the non-profit rescue organization that saves dogs and cats from desperate situations.

Admission to the event is free for spectators and the registration fee starts at $12 for those who wish to participate with their pups. Registration forms, which are available on the Events section of the JWCS website, must be completed by October 8. The dog show kicks off at 1pm on October 13th.

Pet or no pet – all animal lovers are welcome to join the JWCS at an event that will be great fun and support a great Sussex County organization. For more information about the event, including a registration form, please visit the events section of www.jwcsparta.org or email jwcsparta@gmail.com.

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