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Well-known Colorado dog to endorse two-legged champion for animals

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On her blog this morning, Cedar Dog announced she would be endorsing a two-legged champion for “pets and their people” tomorrow. Cedar reminded readers, “I have a nose for picking winners, and I will give Jefferson County Commissioner candidate Kathy Hartman’s re-election bid my paws-up!”

Cedar explained, “Pets everywhere must celebrate our humans, we need two-legged backing to make projects for animals work." In Jefferson County Colorado, humans have championed parks for dogs, built the new Foothills Animal Shelter, and have passed laws to ensure that “pets and their people” have safer communities. “I intend to add a human’s name to that hall of fame,” woofed the curly coated Chesapeake Bay retriever, “Jeffco County Commish, Kathy Hartman."

Hartman, Cedar Dog and her transcriber will appear together at 10:30 am to announce and celebrate “animals and their people standing as one for Kathy Hartman.”

Cedar Dog, the Doggone Green Crusader, and Candidate for Mayor of "everywhere" invite you and your furry-ones to join her in Arvada at the off-leash Dog Park Festival tomorrow, Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 10:30am.

About Cedar Dog for Mayor

Cedar is the author of two books, Doggone Green, and the sequel Doggone Green and Clean, which provide environmental tips and solutions for pets and their people. Cedar believes all dogs need a job; she works as a pet therapy dog, blogger, and makes public appearances to promote her environmental agenda. She is a candidate for mayor raising money for her local shelter, the NEW Foothills Animal Shelter. Cedar is a rescue dog; her transcriber is her Mom, Kathy Deitsch.

About the Festival
West Arvada Dog Park, Cedar’s, Pets Gone Green booth
Festival time: 10am – 4pm, Sunday September 26, 2010;
Cedar Dog announcement, 10:30 am
Location: 17975 West 64th Parkway, Arvada, CO, 80007
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