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Joel Schlessinger supports Pug Partners of Nebraska with a SilkPeel donation

Posted by Joel Schlessinger in Community

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Halloween isn’t just for humans. Even man’s best friend wants to join the festivities. This year, Pug Partners of Nebraska will hold the fifth annual Pug-O-Ween, Omaha’s largest gathering for the adorable breed. Joel Schlessinger, his family and their pug, Emmy, love to attend this popular fall attraction every year.

This event is a great way for dog lovers like Joel Schlessinger to celebrate their furry friends.

Pug-O-Ween will be held on Sunday, October 27 from 12 to 4 p.m. at the National Guard Armory in Omaha. The event will feature a costume contest, a silent auction, pug races, a kissing booth and raffle prizes. To show their support, Joel Schlessinger and his wife, Nancy, have donated a gift certificate for a free SilkPeel to the silent auction. All proceeds will go to support the Pug Partners of Nebraska’s mission.

Pug Partners of Nebraska is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to rescuing pugs and helping them find a forever home. This organization hosts several events throughout the year, including sponsored walks and meet and greets.

This organization’s mission hits close to home for Joel Schlessinger and his family.

Joel Schlessinger has been a proud supporter of pug rescues and other events in the Midwest ever since he and his family adopted one of their own. Pug-O-Ween, Joel Schlessinger says, is a great way for people to meet fellow dog owners while highlighting the tough issues that accompany ill or mistreated pugs. The whole family enjoys helping non-profit organizations save the loveable breed.

Tickets for this year’s event are $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. All dog breeds can get in for free. For more information on Pug Partners of Nebraska, visit the organization’s website.

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