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'No dog left behind' at Towne Club show

Towne Club at Peachtree City hosted a dog show for Monday, March 15 with dogs of resident’s family & friends as candidates.

Judges were representatives from PetSmart, Braelinn Village Animal Hospital, Fayette County Humane Society and Michelle Phillips, special needs teacher and also a daughter of Towne Club resident Vivian Pontius.

Categories were: the smallest dog, the biggest dog, the oldest, the youngest, longest tail, shortest tail, friendliest, best behaved, Best in Show.
 
The event was sponsored by PetSmart, PTC Dog Park, Braelinn Village Animal Hospital & Fayette Co. Humane Society.
  
“Everyone enjoyed the show very much and no dog was left behind,” Lana Renick, Towne Club Activities Director, said.

Pictured are: Ed Potts with “Buddy”, Nate Schuh with “Zoe”, Sara Chaknis with “Rambo”, Eve Chaknis-Vaughn, Wyndell Bush with “Louie”, Sylvia Mallette with “Tweetie Pie”, Alexis Powell with “Doodles”, Dr. Brian Mann with “Crash”, Mary Kay Rudd, Jim Coe with “Smokey”, Vivienne Bell with “Penny”, Sherry Vernick with “Baxley”, and Michelle Phillips.

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