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Camp Canine Celebrates Fifth Anniversary with a Posh “Pawty” to Benefit Homeless Dogs on April 28

Dogs Dressed to the K-9’s Will Attend Camp Canine’s Anniversary Celebration to Benefit Homeless Pets. Photo by Ashley Moore, Classic Kids

“Dress your dog in his or her party best,” owner Tania Isenstein said, encouraging dog owners to outfit their pets in black tie, tux or cocktail chic to walk the red carpet for the “puparazzi” and compete in best dressed contests.

Every dog has its day, and April 28 will be that day for the dogs at Camp Canine. The premier pet care facility, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, will celebrate its fifth anniversary with a posh “Pawty” and fundraiser to benefit the homeless pets from Muddy Paws Rescue.

Upper West Side resident and owner Tania Isenstein is inviting dog owners to bring their pets to Camp Canine, located at 46 West 73rd Street for a “pawsitively” fun doggie daycare party, complete with dog-friendly cake and champagne, games, give-aways and photos. Muddy Paws rescue dogs will also be in attendance to celebrate. All dogs must have advance reservations.

“Dress your dog in his or her party best,” Isenstein said, encouraging dog owners to outfit their pets in black tie, tux or cocktail chic to walk the red carpet for the “puparazzi” and compete in best dressed contests. “It is a party, after all, and we’re planning to get pictures of the dogs celebrating with us. On this day, the campers will be truly party animals.”

Camp Canine will donate 50% of the proceeds from its anniversary event to Muddy Paws Rescue of New York City. The festivities will include gourmet treats, swag bags, fun activities and all the standards canine guests have come to expect even when it’s not a special occasion – caring, one-on-one attention from professional pet care providers, secure indoor play areas, a clean, safe and odor-free environment, grooming and training services and upscale amenities such as gourmet treats, soothing music and tuck-in service.

Isenstein left her career as a Wall Street lawyer in order to purchase Camp Canine in 2012 and has transformed it into New York City’s premier pet care facility for dogs and cats. The luxury facility provides daycare, lodging, training, grooming, long walks in Central Park and a variety of pampering amenities for its four-legged guests.

Pampering pets is a growing trend in the United States and the pet industry continues to grow. Americans will spend $62.75 billion dollars on their pets this year and $5.4 billion on services such as boarding and grooming, according to the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association.

Camp Canine’s commitment to saving homeless animals is a year-round endeavor, with several foster dogs always staying in their care while awaiting their forever…

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