Pampered little pooches everywhere will be getting their photos taken for a good cause at Pampered Little Pooch Boutique in Harrison Hot Springs this holiday season.Donations will be going to the Agassiz Food Bank.

Pampered Little Pooch Boutique holds fundraiser

Get your picture taken with your pampered pet for a good cause

For all you pet lovers, and you know who you are, an event is happening at Pampered Little Pooch Boutique in Harrison Hot Springs, that involves a Christmas photo with your beloved pet.

For every picture taken an item selected by the customer will be donated to the Agassiz Food Bank.The pictures are a Christmas initiative but will continue on a regular basis.

Adorable costumes and accessories for a photograph will be available for pets and owners through the novelty pet store, with supplies provided by Anipet Animal Supplies Inc.

Bring your babies, not just the fur one’s, and take a memorable photograph, that will last forever.

The novelty shop sells everything pets could want including collars, leashes, clothing, costumes, luxury pet beds and even travel gear for pawsengers, in a niche market that has come into its own in recent years.

Shop owner Katherine Olsen, raves about her pet travel carriers, stating they are easily transportable and comfortable for cats and dogs.

“It will be a lot of fun for all and guests will be able to pick out a gift at the end of the session. We are a unique store unlike no other — we can order in almost anything a clients needs,” said Olsen of the inviting boutique. “We have great gift baskets for dogs and cats and can do custom gift baskets as well.”

The photos are $19.99 for 5 X 7 and printed on site.

The event began on Monday Nov. 28 at Pampered Little Pooch Boutique’s location at 108 – 196 Esplanade Ave Harrison Hot Springs and will be ongoing. For more information phone Katherine at 778-232-4460 or check out www.pamperedlittlepooch.com. They are also on Facebook @ Pampered Little Pooch Pet Boutique.

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