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Your Dog Could Take Home the Winning Ribbon!

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Your Dog Could Take Home the Winning Ribbon!

14th Annual Rover Rescue Pet Dog Show

Big, small, purebred or Heinz 57, your dog could be the next champion of the 14th Annual Rover Rescue Pet Dog Show! A great time for the entire family, this event is being held Saturday, May 6,from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. at Aurora Turners Club at 1335 Mitchell Road in Aurora.

Let your wonder-dog show off his furry good looks and amazing skills competing in the wide variety of fun show categories. He can challenge the competition in Bobbin’ for Dogs and Sherlock;Bones,” wow the crowd with his Best Trick and show off his most adorable features in Ears to You!

There are events just for kids, too! Mixed breeds and purebred dogs are all welcome to enter. At the show, be sure to explore the wonderful prizes in the silent auction and the quarter and dollar raffles; show your support with great merchandise from the Rover table; indulge your sweet tooth at the bake sale; and try your hand at winning the cash raffle with a first prize of $300. Best of all,many of Rover Rescue’s adoptable dogs and puppies will be at the show, wagging their tails and eager to greet you with lots of kisses! All proceeds benefit our homeless dogs, saved from high-kill shelters and fostered in a network of private homes until they find their “forever” homes.

Enter the 14th Annual Rover Rescue Pet Dog Show online today at RoverRescue.org or call 630-897-7454 to request an entry form. Each $10 entry includes four categories; additional categories are $1 each before May 4 or $3 each the day of the show. (People are admitted free!) All show entries must be received by May 4. For more information, visit RoverRescue.org or call Rover Rescue at 630-897-7454.

Rover Rescue is a not-for-profit, all-volunteer dog rescue group based in the Fox Valley area. Using a network of foster homes, the group takes in dogs that have run out of time at high-kill shelters. In less than 14 years, the group has found loving new homes for more than 8,100 dogs and puppies. And many more wait to be rescued!

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