Pawsitively Pets Expo




The Nashua Telegraph is teaming up with the Humane Society for Greater Nashua to hold the second annual Pawsitively Pets Expo. This is expo will celebrate all things with four legs, wings and whiskers. Bring your favorite four-legged friend! Dogs who are spayed or neutered and on a short leash, may attend the event with a responsible guardian. Last year over 250 dogs (and their human counterparts) attended the expo, which made it an extra-fun time. This is a free event, but donations to the Humane Society will be greatly appreciated.Don't have a pet? No worries - the Humane Society will have pets available for adoption.

The expo will feature pet related vendors, but there will also be a number of events such as a pet fashion show, Hudson K-9 demonstration on obedience and police work/protction, the Wet Nose Dog Training Academy demonstration and much more.

Whether you come to shop for your beloved pet, are looking for a new companion or just want to check out all the great events and demonstrations, there's sure to be something for everyone and every pet.

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