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West Michigan Pet Expo
March 29, 2014
Saturday 10:00 - 7:00, Sunday 11:00 - 5:00
2500 Turner NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49544
Comments:Pug Rescue Network will be in attendance with our available pugs and our great pug merchandise for sale.
$8 for 12 year and older
$5 for 5 - 11 years of age
4 and under free
West Highland White Terrier Club Specialty Show
April 26, 2014
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Doors Open 7:30 a.m.
1575 East North Territorial Road
Whitmore Lake, MI
Comments:On Saturday, April 26, 2014, the members of the West Highland White Terrier Club of Southeastern Michigan, an AKC Breed Club, will hold their 29th annual Breed Specialty at the Ann Arbor Dog Training Club in Whitmore Lake. The public is welcome to attend and can find details on the website (www.westieclubmi.com). Westies come from many states to attend and compete for Best of Breed. Mid-day the Club honors the Westies who were rescued during the previous year by holding a Rescue Parade, featuring Scottish piper and a representative from St. Andrews in full parade dress. Club Westies, known as Wee Marshalls, are dressed in their kilts and lead the rescued Westies in the parade. A good lunch is available, along with fundraising items and time to meet and talk to fellow Westie lovers as the day goes on.
If you have a Westie or would like to ?meet the breed?, consider attending this festivity, where you can see the formal Show Westies as well as many pet Westies. Breeders will be in attendance, as well as the many Rescue folks and those who have adopted Westies over the years.
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