Did everyone have an awesome National Dog Day? Right on the heels of such a fun phenomenon comes this event you won’t want to miss…
Otis proudly invites you and every fabulous fido fan you know to join him at Nashville’s 25th Annual Dog Day Festival on Saturday, September 20, 2014, at Centennial Park! We will be there, and we’ll be donating a portion of all book sales to the Nashville Humane Association.
This charity is close to our hearts because Otis was once a lost dog, waiting on his forever family. He was a pound puppy (originally named, Bear), adopted by some college guys who changed his name to Otis, but did not set out to find him when he wandered off one summer. Otis found us, nosing under the wobbly fence plank that had been weakened by the Nashville floods. A week of searching for his owner concluded with the discovery that his previous owner was neither looking for him nor concerned for his well being, and if Otis came back, he would be returned to the pound for the convenience of the previous owner. Of course, the rest of the story is the beautiful history of how Otis became ours, and we became his. It’s all within the chapters of Otis Goes to School.
Come out and meet this courageous canine at the Dog Day Festival… you’ll love him from first sight!
From now through the day of the Festival, we will be selling special edition bookmarks for $1 each, or any donation you’d like to make, and all the profits will go to the Nashville Humane Association. We will also be hosting book sales to donate part of the proceeds (and 100% of donations) to the NHA.
Here’s the first of several special edition bookmarks… who wants one? You do!