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Steph Tails All – Time to Paw-Tay With Your Pooch!

Tails In The City Party PicHi Party Animals,

For our Chicago friends, I have another must-attend event with your pet…one of my favorite parties of the year! This Friday don’t be afraid of Friday the 13th but celebrate it with Tails in the City Anniversary Party! The posh pet boutique will be taking over Proof Nightclub at 1045 N. Rush St. in downtown Chicago from 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. Bring your pooch for a night out to remember including a stroll down the red carpet along with

Tails In The City Party PicOpen Bar & Hors D’ouvres
• Pet Intuitive Denise Zak
• Photo Booths
• Delicious Stella & Chewy’s treats (I haven’t met a dog that doesn’t love Stella & Chewy’s treats and meals)
• Bobbi Panter Beauty Lounge Makeovers
• Doggie Massages
• Pet Caricature Artists
• Pet Portraits by Bum Bul Bee Photography
• Swag Bags

You can also pick up the most recent addition of Tails Magazine, too.

Tickets are $50 in advance and $60 at the door. Proceeds benefit the important work of the Anti-Cruelty Society. If you are looking for a doggie date and forever friend, visit the Anti-Cruelty Society at www.anticruelty.org.

And I’m told the dress code is “canine chic.” My date Simon (my dog) and I will see you there. Simon will be dressed to impressed in his snazzy bow tie again.

Simon

Congratulations to Tails in the City for seven successful years in business and supporting Chicago’s animal welfare community! For tickets to join the “paw-tay” visit www.tailsinthecity.com plus be sure to check out their amazing selection of pet items.

And remember…don’t be “tardy for the paw-tay”!

Wags,
Steph

Stephanie KrolStephanie Krol can be best described as a mixed breed of a newshound and publicist in the pet industry. She has the ability to sniff out the latest lifestyle trends when it comes to pets. As a proud “pet parent” of three rescues Nigel (cat), Simon (dog) and recent addition of Nola (cat). Stephanie spreads the word of animal welfare every chance she gets. She is the board president of the Humane Society of Elkhart County and serves as a spokeswoman for the animal shelter along with volunteers for a variety of animal welfare initiatives. For details, please contact Stephanie at stephanie@skprmedia.com or www.skprmedia.com.

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