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Holiday Family Photos with Your Pet! - Paws for Prevention

Bring your two-and four-legged friends to Achille Agway on Sunday, December 8th (11am-3pm) in Brattleboro to have a professional photo taken in a nostalgic winter wonderland setting.  Don’t have a pet? That’s OK! This event is for pets, kids, families, friends, couples and more.

Cost: Suggested donation of $20 – proceeds will benefit Brattleboro Area Prevention Coalition and Windham County Humane Society.

*Photos will be taken by Liz LaVorgna of Core Photography
provided in digital format and can be downloaded to your personal computer, tablet or smartphone. Order prints online, share on social media and/or create a unique and personalized holiday gift!

Windham County Humane Society will be holding a pet food drive during the event for their pet food assistance program. Please consider
bringing a bag of dry cat or dog food to donate or purchase a donation
at Agway while waiting for your photo.

Visit Paws for Prevention for more information.


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Wonderful deal!

A great deal for a professional photo taken for a great cause.


Look at the birdie… no, wait, don't eat it.

Agreed. This is a fun idea.

(This also has the potential to look like the blessing of the animals in the scene from Vicar of Dibley if enough people show up...)


This little piggy

I stopped in to get some cat snacks and asked how it went.

There were lots of dogs that took their owners there for photos, the cashier said. Also, a pig!

We agreed that our cats would probably not have enjoyed it. : )


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