Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Some cool Parenting images:

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
Parenting
Image by U.S. Army Garrison Casey
Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

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Parenting
Image by hawker665

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

A few nice Parenting images I found:

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
Parenting
Image by U.S. Army Garrison Casey
Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

Parents
Parenting
Image by danielle.brigida

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

A few nice Parenting images I found:

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
Parenting
Image by U.S. Army Garrison Casey
Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

A few nice Parenting images I found:

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
Parenting
Image by U.S. Army Garrison Casey
Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

A few nice pet food images I found:

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

Image by USAG-Humphreys
Click here to learn more about Camp Humphreys

U.S. Army photos by Victoria Choi

By Victoria Choi
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs

CAMP HUMPHREYS — Excellent weather, fantastic tricks, happy dogs and their owners. Camp Humphreys Commissary the third Annual Dog Show had it all here, Sept 8.

The Humphreys Commissary brought a dog-loving part of the community together and organized a dog show that featured best tricks and best dressed contests.

The event was organized by commissary and sponsored by Purina, a pet food producing company.

“Here at the commissary, we always try to think about customer satisfaction and organize more events like this one. The purpose of this event is to keep our customers happy,” said Nam, Chol-yun, the merchandising manager at the commissary.

Participants registered their dogs for the contest at noon and the show started at 1 p.m., outside of the commissary. Dogs were divided into two groups according to their sizes – big and small. Participants from each group demonstrated their tricks and showed off their outfits.

Decisions were made by the judges, winners were announced and they received commissary gift cards. gift card was awarded for first place in the best tricks category, and a gift card for first place in the best dressed category.

Other participants did not go home empty-handed either. Several bags of dog food were given away in appreciation for participating.

According to Marcus E. Brice, the store worker leader at the commissary, the dog show is getting bigger here.

“[The] first year there were only one or two dogs, but we now have a nice bunch of them,” said Brice.

Ten dogs participated and more dogs were present to enjoy the show and support their playmates.

“I like seeing members of the community taking their own time to come out and supporting the event. We want to say thank you and give something back to them at least,” Brice added.

Pagi Speegle, the owner of Callie, who won first place in the best tricks category and Blondie, the second place winner in the best dressed category, said that she enjoyed the show and got a chance to socialize.

“I am glad that they put this event together, I was not expecting it and it is so nice.” said Speegle.

JJ, the 2011 Korean Dog Show champion wrapped up the show by performing breathtaking tricks.

Napa Pet Food Express Event

Image by NorCalGSPrescue

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

Check out these pet food images:

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

Image by USAG-Humphreys
Click here to learn more about Camp Humphreys

U.S. Army photos by Victoria Choi

By Victoria Choi
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs

CAMP HUMPHREYS — Excellent weather, fantastic tricks, happy dogs and their owners. Camp Humphreys Commissary the third Annual Dog Show had it all here, Sept 8.

The Humphreys Commissary brought a dog-loving part of the community together and organized a dog show that featured best tricks and best dressed contests.

The event was organized by commissary and sponsored by Purina, a pet food producing company.

“Here at the commissary, we always try to think about customer satisfaction and organize more events like this one. The purpose of this event is to keep our customers happy,” said Nam, Chol-yun, the merchandising manager at the commissary.

Participants registered their dogs for the contest at noon and the show started at 1 p.m., outside of the commissary. Dogs were divided into two groups according to their sizes – big and small. Participants from each group demonstrated their tricks and showed off their outfits.

Decisions were made by the judges, winners were announced and they received commissary gift cards. gift card was awarded for first place in the best tricks category, and a gift card for first place in the best dressed category.

Other participants did not go home empty-handed either. Several bags of dog food were given away in appreciation for participating.

According to Marcus E. Brice, the store worker leader at the commissary, the dog show is getting bigger here.

“[The] first year there were only one or two dogs, but we now have a nice bunch of them,” said Brice.

Ten dogs participated and more dogs were present to enjoy the show and support their playmates.

“I like seeing members of the community taking their own time to come out and supporting the event. We want to say thank you and give something back to them at least,” Brice added.

Pagi Speegle, the owner of Callie, who won first place in the best tricks category and Blondie, the second place winner in the best dressed category, said that she enjoyed the show and got a chance to socialize.

“I am glad that they put this event together, I was not expecting it and it is so nice.” said Speegle.

JJ, the 2011 Korean Dog Show champion wrapped up the show by performing breathtaking tricks.

2012 Rose Parade

2012 Rose Parade

Check out these pet food images:

2012 Rose Parade

Image by jcsullivan24
Pasadena, CA – Tournament of Roses Parade. Natural Balance Pet Food float, winner of the Extraordinaire Trophy

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Image by paulr_42

Dove Collared

Image by Wildlife Terry
I collared this before it saw me. Perched in a tree not a million miles away from HJ Lea Oakes Pet Food Superstore at Wheelock Mills, Crewe Road, Sandbach,
Cheshire.

Taken from the towpath 17/03/2016

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

A few nice pet food images I found:

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

Image by USAG-Humphreys
Click here to learn more about Camp Humphreys

U.S. Army photos by Victoria Choi

By Victoria Choi
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs

CAMP HUMPHREYS — Excellent weather, fantastic tricks, happy dogs and their owners. Camp Humphreys Commissary the third Annual Dog Show had it all here, Sept 8.

The Humphreys Commissary brought a dog-loving part of the community together and organized a dog show that featured best tricks and best dressed contests.

The event was organized by commissary and sponsored by Purina, a pet food producing company.

“Here at the commissary, we always try to think about customer satisfaction and organize more events like this one. The purpose of this event is to keep our customers happy,” said Nam, Chol-yun, the merchandising manager at the commissary.

Participants registered their dogs for the contest at noon and the show started at 1 p.m., outside of the commissary. Dogs were divided into two groups according to their sizes – big and small. Participants from each group demonstrated their tricks and showed off their outfits.

Decisions were made by the judges, winners were announced and they received commissary gift cards. gift card was awarded for first place in the best tricks category, and a gift card for first place in the best dressed category.

Other participants did not go home empty-handed either. Several bags of dog food were given away in appreciation for participating.

According to Marcus E. Brice, the store worker leader at the commissary, the dog show is getting bigger here.

“[The] first year there were only one or two dogs, but we now have a nice bunch of them,” said Brice.

Ten dogs participated and more dogs were present to enjoy the show and support their playmates.

“I like seeing members of the community taking their own time to come out and supporting the event. We want to say thank you and give something back to them at least,” Brice added.

Pagi Speegle, the owner of Callie, who won first place in the best tricks category and Blondie, the second place winner in the best dressed category, said that she enjoyed the show and got a chance to socialize.

“I am glad that they put this event together, I was not expecting it and it is so nice.” said Speegle.

JJ, the 2011 Korean Dog Show champion wrapped up the show by performing breathtaking tricks.

F.F.L.O.A donated food to the SPCA

Image by Friends for the love of Animals
Many of us have SPCA or pound dogs and cats and we agreed it was time to put something back in for the fun and enjoyment we’ve had from our animals. Donating pet food to animal shelters is a good way to help them with caring for homeless animals in your area.
Please help us break the cycle of unwanted pets! Please spay and neuter your animals. Spaying and neutering is the most important thing you can do to help control pet overpopulation

The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

Image by USAG-Humphreys
Click here to learn more about Camp Humphreys

U.S. Army photos by Victoria Choi

By Victoria Choi
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs

CAMP HUMPHREYS — Excellent weather, fantastic tricks, happy dogs and their owners. Camp Humphreys Commissary the third Annual Dog Show had it all here, Sept 8.

The Humphreys Commissary brought a dog-loving part of the community together and organized a dog show that featured best tricks and best dressed contests.

The event was organized by commissary and sponsored by Purina, a pet food producing company.

“Here at the commissary, we always try to think about customer satisfaction and organize more events like this one. The purpose of this event is to keep our customers happy,” said Nam, Chol-yun, the merchandising manager at the commissary.

Participants registered their dogs for the contest at noon and the show started at 1 p.m., outside of the commissary. Dogs were divided into two groups according to their sizes – big and small. Participants from each group demonstrated their tricks and showed off their outfits.

Decisions were made by the judges, winners were announced and they received commissary gift cards. gift card was awarded for first place in the best tricks category, and a gift card for first place in the best dressed category.

Other participants did not go home empty-handed either. Several bags of dog food were given away in appreciation for participating.

According to Marcus E. Brice, the store worker leader at the commissary, the dog show is getting bigger here.

“[The] first year there were only one or two dogs, but we now have a nice bunch of them,” said Brice.

Ten dogs participated and more dogs were present to enjoy the show and support their playmates.

“I like seeing members of the community taking their own time to come out and supporting the event. We want to say thank you and give something back to them at least,” Brice added.

Pagi Speegle, the owner of Callie, who won first place in the best tricks category and Blondie, the second place winner in the best dressed category, said that she enjoyed the show and got a chance to socialize.

“I am glad that they put this event together, I was not expecting it and it is so nice.” said Speegle.

JJ, the 2011 Korean Dog Show champion wrapped up the show by performing breathtaking tricks.