- Cosmo as Arthur in Beginners
- Uggie as Queenie in Water for Elephants
- Denver as Skeletor in 50/50
- Hummer as Dolce in Young Adult
- Uggie as The Dog in The Artist
- Maximilian as Blackie in Hugo
Are you interested in adding a pet to your life? You don't have to rub meatballs on your feet like movie star George Clooney did! Consider adoption at your local animal rescue shelters such as Michigan Humane Society, Homeward Bound, Last Day Dog Rescue, Almost Home, Michigan Animal Rescue League, Dearborn Animal Rescue, and Last Chance Rescue. Check out our new book on caring for your four-legged friend(s):
In this online storytime, Miss Sandra and Miss Katie tell stories and sing songs all about monkeys.
America has a new top dog! Eira the Wire Fox Terrier won Best in Breed and Best in Show at the National Dog Show held in Philadelphia. Her show name is Steele Your Heart. She adds Champion and Grand Champion to her title. Eire means snow in Welsh. Next up is Westminster in February. If she wins, she'll be only the 3rd dog ever to win both championships in the same season.
The Best in Show Dog Show was a lot of fun! We took a lot more pictures than just these, which we'll put up soon; but for now, enjoy these snaps of our canine friends and their families as they entered or exited the show.
Have you registered for Best in Show Dog Show? Here are some of the great prizes you can win:
- Register your dog (starting Saturday, July 23) and
- Fill out and return the waiver form by 9:00PM Friday, August 5th
- Best Costume
- Best Trick
- Best Behaved
- Best Looking
- Best Largest
- Best Smallest
- Best in Show
Get American Kennel Club information and freebies from many local dog organizations. Meet Scoop the Newshound. Watch demonstrations from our Canton Police K-9 Unit and Canton's Pro K-9 Dog Trainer. Enjoy a free hot dog and pop. Don't miss Canton Public Library's event of the summer! No registration is required for people to attend — only dogs! See you on August 6 at 10 AM behind the library in tents.
A signed registration form and other information about your pet is required if you wish to be in the show. You must present your homeowners insurance and dog's shot records to participate.
Dogs will be judged on various criteria including appearance, behavior, best trick, and best costume. Many prizes will be awarded with an overall Best in Show grand prize for the winner.
Download the registration form
Until Tuesday: a wounded warrior and the golden retriever who saved him by Luis Carlos Montalván with Bret Witter
Drinking with Miss Dutchie: a memoir by Ed Breslin
- Reading Assistance Dogs — July 28 and August 10, 6:30-8:30PM
Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated, and entrance to the park is $25 annually for Canton residents or $50 per year for non-residents. There are separate sections of the park for small and large dogs.
A grand opening celebration is planned for later in the Summer. Find out even more about the park at the Canton Patch.
[Photo courtesy of Canton Patch]
The beastly bride: tales of the animal people by edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling; introduction by Terri Windling; selected decorations by Charles Vess
Half brother by Kenneth Oppel
Pegasus by Robin McKinley
Hunting the Dragon by Peter Dixon
Wild Africa by Alex Bernasconi
Planet Arctic: life at the top of the world by Wayne Lynch
Every dog has a gift: true stories of dogs who bring hope & healing into our lives by Rachel McPherson ; with Deborah Mitchell
Hey Kids! Are you a lover of animals? If so, check out these awesome animal books and get your Animal Lover Badge.
My farm friends by Wendell Minor
Chicken, chicken, duck! by Nadia Krilanovich
Gilbert Goldfish wants a pet by Kelly DiPucchio; illustrated by Bob Shea