Denver Pet Expo: A Paw-Some Event

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A smile goes on a dogs face when he or she gets adopted. The same happens when a child sees a dog for the first time.

A smile goes on a dogs face when he or she gets adopted. The same happens when a child sees a dog for the first time. The second annual Denver Pet Expo is a paw-some event for the whole family.

 

The Denver Pet Expo had many booths with tons of information about caring for your pet.

 

At the Natural Balance booth, I asked what you should feed your pet. They said that natural food is super nutritious  for your dog.

Keeping your pet healthy is also important. The Vet Centers of America (VCA) highly recommend your pet gets checked often. They could be hiding illnesses, which is bad.  Make sure your dog is strong, too. Pet agility is always a dogs’ exercise, and treat time.

A good family makes a pet happy. Many rescues were at the Denver Pet Expo. Denkai, located in Grover, Co, rescues all sorts of animals. Their goal at the expo was to spread the word about neglected animals and how to prevent it.

Shory Rossi from the show “Pit Boss” was there to share about Pit Bulls. He says, “Pit bulls are misunderstood, like small people are.” Hercules, his co-star, was there too.

The most inspiring story was at the Happy Cats Haven booth. A blind cat named Abbey recently had babies. This cat is pleading for her sight back. The organization is raising money for the task. Please help by going to www.HappyCatsHaven.org.

While cats and dogs were there, guinea pigs were, too. Cavy Care Inc. has been sheltering homeless guinea pigs for 14 years. They have placed 8,000 and have 93 currently at the shelter.

       The Colorado Horse Rescue decided to come out to advertise their annual Buckaroo Bash. Bloomer, their logo, decided to come along too for some fun at the pet expo.

       While the Pet Expo lasted one day, it was really hard to leave. The pets have to wait until next year, to start the party again.