Pet Expo to benefit Griffin Pond

First Posted: 9/30/2014

A Pet Expo will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Viewmont Mall, benefiting the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter. A range of professional and artistic vendors, as well as pet accessory and craft vendors will sell their specialized services and products.

Photographer Elaine Tweedy, owner of I Got the Shot Photography will present Black Tie and Tails, a unique pet photography session intended to make pets look like stars. Pet owners will have the opportunity to purchase Elaine’s professional, digital photos of their pets.

People looking for a painted portrait of their pet can check out local artist, Sheila Sankar’s Paintings. Anyone who is interested in having her paint their pet’s photo can bring a photo of their pet to the Pet Expo to place a custom order.

Animal communicator Leslie Zuber will be available with The Dog Pack Oracle Cards. Pets are welcome to accompany their owner during the card reading; however, people do not need their pets present because Leslie claims the ability to remotely tune into animals’ chakras (energy centers).

For Paws and a Tail Agility will demonstrate agility training with an agility course set up in one of the courts.

The fundraising event is sponsored by The UPS Store No. 3223, Clarks Summit; Hibble and Associates Real Estate, Clarks Summit and The Hilton Scranton and Conference Center.

All proceeds will benefit Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, a community non-profit organization in South Abington Township which provides care for animals that are homeless, sick and injured.

For more information about this event or Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, contact Jess Farrell at 570-507-1643 or visit

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