Raising Cane at Strut Your Mutt 2010

Photo-A-Day #1863

Today was the annual Strut Your Mutt event over at North Attleboro High School. This event is done to raise money for the North Attleboro Animal Shelter. We got there right about when it started and it was packed. There were people and dogs everywhere. There were also a bunch of vendors and rescue programs. There was even a demonstration of snow dogs. They were pulling bikes and other wheeled machines.

The Photo-A-Day for today is of my friend Sue’s dog Cane. Cane is also a good friend of Tara’s dog Taylor. Taylor is not friendly with boxers either. I learned today that Taylor has a special ball that she plays with and doesn’t allow any other dogs to play with, that is except for Cane. That is so cute. I took a bunch of photos of Cane and many other dogs as well. I’ll post more tomorrow.

Photo Information

Date Taken: May 15, 2010
Camera: Nikon Corporation (Aff Link)
Model: NIKON D80 (My Flickr)
ISO: 800
Exposure: 1/1250sec
Aperture: 6.0
Focal Length: 250mm
Flash Used: no
Mode: Aperture
Lens: Sigma 18-250mm

Today Allison and I watched Iron Man and then tonight we went and saw Iron Man 2. Allison had never seen the first Iron Man movie and I saw it 3 times in the theater. She liked it. We both really liked Iron Man 2. And if you see it of course you need to sit through the credits for something extra.

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3 thoughts on “Raising Cane at Strut Your Mutt 2010”

  1. Hi Drew – It was nice meeting you yesterday in N. Attleboro at the Strut Your Mutt event. Thanks for taking an interest in the dogs and for introducing me to your Blog – I’m going to take a look around and remember to visit 🙂
    Have a great day!
    Maria with Greyhounds Rizzo and Kiwi (and with hubby Michael too)!

    1. Maria,

      Thank you for the visit to my blog. I didn’t get my photos up last night but I sent you the one that I took of you and your husband and your dogs. Hope you like it.

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