What’s a night out on the town with your canine without someone there to capture candid pics? Thanks to PetLuxe Cincinnati, our Cincy Chic Pet Fashion Show feature of the day will be providing the “pupparazzi” the night of the event!
PetLuxe Cincinnati is a bi-weekly publication for the local pet owner (I was just actually featured in it here!) to help provide them with everyday tips and resources to give their pet the good life it deserves. The publication features everything from ask a vet, health and wellness, product reviews among much more, along with information about pet adoption by featuring and supporting area shelters and rescue projects.
Owner of PetLuxe, Allison Brinkman, says, “One of our key goals at PetLuxe is to help all pets find the loving home they deserve. So, we think that it’s just as important to keep dogs in their homes and out of shelters as it is to support shelters themselves”. This being said, PetLuxe is committed to helping local Cincinnati families keep food in their pet’s bowls and by supporting events like Cincy Chic’s Pet Fashion show where a hundred percent of the proceeds benefit Recycled Doggies.
Allison says, “We are so excited to be a part of this year’s pet fashion show. Cincy Chic always puts on some fabulous events and this one is no exception. Not only will the event be a great time, but goes to a great cause as well. We can’t wait to share the photos we take on our facebook page and website gallery as well”.
For a full list of upcoming PetLuxe events, please visit: www.petluxewww2.cincinnati.com/events. Some to look for include: PetLuxe partnering with Wilbur’s Pantry in Northern Kentucky to do a food drive before the holidays and a first ever ‘Best of’ issue where readers and PetLuxe staffers will vote for their favorite local pet places and services.
To get your tickets for the upcoming Cincy Chic Pet Fashion show, taking place on September 23 from 6-9pm at Performance Lexus, please visit www.cincychic.com/events. And remember to look your best because the “puparazzi” will be there!
Thanks to my intern Leah Reitz for helping me put this blog post together!