Blessings of the Pets an annual Hobart event

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Festival Park near the shores of Lake George in Hobart was flooded with pets, their owners and animal lovers who braved a chilly fall morning to take part in the third annual Pet Blessing.

The event was put on by the Faith-In-Action Committee of the First Unitarian Church of Hobart. Cheryl Powell of Pagan Paws & Claws, a sub-group of the church that is made up of volunteers who work with rescue groups to promote animal welfare, is responsible for putting the event together. best prices for all customers! buy prednisone overnight delivery buy prednisone using paypal order deltasone prednisone 40 mg pills where to get no prescription with paypal . free delivery, dapoxetine tablets price india.

“Our first main focus for today is to get any and all animals blessed,” Powell said. “Our second main focus is to get these rescue groups and humane societies out here and get them some attention.”

Powell gave special thanks to Karp’s Garden and Feed Center of Hobart for donating all of the days’ decorations.

Rev. Chip Roush of First Unitarian Church of Hobart, officiated.

buy prednisolone 5mg without prescription . natural fertility pills for twins. online. legitimate online pharmacies. pharmacy. prednisolone no prescription uk. prednisolone price us. how to get prednisone The whole event takes place in celebration to honor  St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals and the environment. This year, the blessing was Sept. 24 at Festival Park in Hobart.

generic advair diskus 250 50 price of advair diskus The adoptable dogs and cats of the Hobart Humane Society continued to draw a crowd all afternoon

Powell said that Petland is a company known for purchasing their animals from puppy mills and she said as a result, Pagan Paws and Claws organizes many protests against the franchise. 

“We’re looking for these animals to find good, loving life-long homes,” Powell said, who added that blind and deaf dogs are often the result of over-breeding at puppy mills.

For more information about any of the groups in attendance at the Annual Pet Blessing at Festival Park, call 219-962-5579 or e-mail Powell at For more information on puppy mills, visit

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