Throughout the recent bright and clear California Sunday, we joined throngs of canine aficionados, adoptive dog parents, dog rescue groups, vendors, spectators, and Hollywood celebrities when it comes to the 7th Annual Nutts for Mutts event sponsored by New Leash about living.
As visiting press we made an effort to enjoy countless aspects of the times activities as possible. The purpose of the event would be to offers a meeting a bonding venue for dog lovers within the greater Los Angeles area, while development to support rescue, care and adoption outreach efforts.
New Leash about living, like thousands dog adoption and pet rescue groups has got a singular and overriding goal, a rescuing and rehabilitating homeless dogs, then finding forever homes for their grateful wards.
The most important impression that one is slammed with when first walking throughout the gates to the even would be the incredible sense of positive energy and friendliness that permeates the venue. Visitors, contest participants, vendors, volunteers as well as having the dogs themselves, seemingly instantly bond with everyone in sight, creating an immediate sense of community.
As well as having the show is not just to actually be missed! A little over 400 dogs competed in over 30 categories namely namely Fastest Eater, Best Kisser, Most Obedient, Fastest Mutt, Mystery Mutt and more .
Every contest, mimicking the flowery AKC show events provided a possibility for pooches among sizes and stripes to strut their stuff in the spotlight using their guardian handlers. And Hollywood celebrities, namely Shirley Jones, performing the difficult task of judging the loveable mutts, added a definitive LA quality to the event
OK, so the day was fun and we’ll get back for the following event, but what is it really relative to? In case your pup wins the competition otherwise you happily chat up the wonderful qualities of your dogs with other spectators, will this choose to make any significant difference the lots and lots of dogs who are homeless or are killed in dog shelters every day must be course?
We aim to show you that it does…inside a large scale. Raising awareness, development, dog adoptions, meeting volunteers, recruiting new hands in order to help and enticing bigger media than we are going to ever be to tell the storyplot located on the evening news and wide spread publications all effectively aim a technique.
Just as we witness it, it’s the support regarding a no-kill policy locally and nationwide when it comes to homeless dogs, promoting spay neuter in order to help reach that goal goal and to place homeless dogs in loving homes who definitely are our natural companions and not disposable trash.
New Leash about living also engages in other worthwhile activities such as it’s Lend a Paw program, rescuing dogs from dog shelters and education them as therapy dogs for anyone needing.
Also they are making a dog training program for all rescued dogs.