Pet masseuse hopes to meet you at Cleveland dog show
In her most recent newsletter Auburn Township's Sherrie D'Anne writes:
This year's (show) will do well to motivate you and your animal companion to take that 'next step' in your relationship bond. For some of you, that might mean dusting off your massage class notes and committing to a scheduled massage routine for your beloved pal.Find her in Booth B4 in the back of the IX Center, across from the canine agility performance area. Only dogs entered in competition are invited to the IX Center, she notes.
For others, it may mean enrolling in Canine Career Center's obedience classes, agility classes or the exciting new rally class (approved for mixed breeds with AKC approval).
For those of you already involved in service or performance, 2010 may be the year when you amp up your training a notch or decide to do something 'just for fun' like exercise ball training or canine drill team with the Heel N' Time Canine Drill Team Masters!
Whatever the modality, I believe you will find this extravaganza of passion for canines (not to mention some of the very best shopping for all types of four-legged companions) to be entertaining, motivational and just plain fun!
Please come visit Doris Straka, my friend and animal communicator, and I as we do our part to support and encourage these exceptional athletes and their humans during one of the country's premier showcases of Canis lupus familiaris.D'Anne is certified in neuromuscular therapy, a certified reiki master teacher and practitioner, and a hands-on healer of four- and two-legged beings. For more on her, read my previous blogs about D'Anne here and here.
-- Sandra M. Klepach, SKlepach@News-Herald.com