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Co-Chairs Ada N
ieves & Gregg Oehler invite all pet lovers to our coolest show ever! 

                        This Event will be recorded & Covered for all Media
                     TV, Print Press, Syndication, Social Media and Radio

Countdown to show....5 days!

Did you ever dream of walking in a runway fashion show?  Tickets  available to walk in the "Best of the 80's" contest!   Or buy General Admission or Reserved Seating to enjoy the show!
Click on the link below...

"Best of the 80's"  Costume Contest..you could be Crowned "Best in Show"
buy today, limited availability!
Prizes and Gifts to the Costume Contest Winner!

Thursday Feb 11th, 2016 at the Hotel Pennsyvania 6-11Welcome to the largest pet fashion & animal rescue benefit in the country!

   To benefit the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals www.AnimalAlliancenyc.org    

Purchase reserved seating & general admission tickets and have the night of your life!

Join us on the runway with... 
Olympic Gold Medal Gymnast, Dominique Moceanu

 "Bond Girl" Die Another Day, Rachel Grant................
Actress/Model, Nicole Patrick,........................................
Actress/Model, Katie Cleary...........................................Must see top fashion designers from across the United States
showcasing their non-fabric couture collections!

Gold Paw Vendors selling some amazing pet products at the show!http://nypetfashionshow.com/index.php?id=buy-tickets  

  Complimentary food, music, and the time of your life!

              ~~~~~~~~~~~~~  "Rescued by the 80's" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                          A Tribute to the 80's in  Fashion, Music & Attitude!

           Rev up your retro, send in the mod squad, get your punk out of the trunk,

            don't  be square-show off your big hair, and BRING ON THE FUNK!



New York Pet Fashion Show  is a celebration and dedication to the  Style and Music of the 8o's. Funk, Punk, Disco Diva's, and Rock & Roll,  Big Hair, Miami Vice, Dallas, Madonna, Michael Jackson, and so much more...

             February 11th  2016,6-11 PM at the Historic Hotel Pennsylvania in NYC.

         To benefit the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals www.AnimalAlliancenyc.org                         

        Welcome to the largest Pet Fashion and Animal Rescue benefit in the country!

                                     Maria Milito from Q104.3 will once again be our MC 

              The New York Pet Fashion Show now in our 12th year, on Thursday February 11th, 2016, from 6-11PM at the Historic Hotel Pennsylvania in NYC. 

                   2016 NY Pet Fashion Show Golden Paw Awards
 Humanitarian of the Year - Rachel Grant "Bond Girl", actress/philanthropist  Documentary Producer of the Year- Katie Cleary, "Gimme Shelter"

 Legacy  Award- Brock, the inspiration of  Pilots N Paws/Debi Boies

 Nature Photographer of the Year - Brad Oliphant
 Shelter Organization  - Last Chance Animal Rescue Whitney Knowlton
    More awards to  be announced soon!

The NY Pet Fashion Show  is an animal rescue benefit and a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the  Mayor's Alliance for NYC's  Animals ( 150 Alliance Partners)  that is dedicated to providing a higher quality of life & "Forever Homes" for our companion animals. We are proud to have Hamptons Pet "The Global Luxury Pet magazine" as one of our media sponsors.


The iconic New York Pet Fashion Show (NYPFS) which kicks off the Westminster Weekend and NY Fashion Week is the premier must see show of the year.  The NYPFS is being held at the Hotel Pennsylvania which caters to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show’s participants, attendees and media from all over the world. Join us in the beautiful  Penn Top Ballroom overlooking the city and Madison Square Garden.

             Celebrities, Models, and YOU on the Runway and Awards Ceremony

         Three amazingly cool and hip runway shows, "Rescued by the 80's"

1."Rescued by the 80's" - Rescues,People, and some TV personalities 

2."Designer Couture 80's Show" - Designers, Rescues, Pets...The Coolest!

3."Best of the 80's" Costume Contest-over 30 contestants dress to impress
Purchase your tickets today!

Our show will  benefit The Mayor's Alliance of NYC 150 Alliance Rescue partners, a portion of the ticket price is donated to the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals

The New York Pet Fashion Show now in our 12th year, on Thursday February 11th, 2016, from 6-11PM at the Historic Hotel Pennsylvania in NYC.                 
               The Best In Show winner will take home prizes and gifts!
                                      Buy your tickets now! 
- "Best of the 80's" Costume Contest- includes entry to show- Ticket $95, 
- Pre-Show Single Ticket $50,  
- AtDoor Single Ticket $60,
- Reserved table of (4) $300 
- Single Seat Reserved on (10) Top $75 Per Person, 
- Reserved table 10 top $750,
            All Pets Attend FREE... Receive a Complimentary VIP Gift Bag!
                          To Purchase Your NYPFS Ticket(s) click the link below

TICKETS:  $50 in advance/$60 at the door

ADDRESS:  401 Seventh Ave, 33rd Street, New York, NY. 10001

WHERE:  Hotel Pennsylvania 18th Fl. Penntop Ballroom

WHEN:  Thursday February 11th, 2016 from 6 p.m. - 11

Schedule of Events: Thursday, February 11, 2016 • 6 to 11 pm

 6:00pm-7:00- Red Carpet, Cash bar opens

 6:30pm-9:00pm -complimentary food, music,vendor tables open 

7:00pm-7: 45pm –Introduction, Awards part 1,"Rescued by the 80's"  

 8:00pm-8:30pm–Awards part 2, "Designer Couture" Runway Show

 8:45pm -9:30pm -"Best of the 80's" Costume Contest

 9:30pm-9:45pm Crowning of "Best In Show"

*Cash Bar, complimentary food, music and vendors selling some of the best and coolest pet products in the market today.

2016 New York Pet Fashion Event Sponsors
Presenting Sponsor TropiClean

         An Oehler Media ProductionGregg R. Oehler- Chairman, NY Pet Fashion Show
An Oehler Media Production
W: www.NYPetFashionShow.com 
P: 203- 595- 5452 C: 646-202-3807

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Roanna Sabeh-Azar was born in Toronto, Canada. Since an early age she was placed in a French school and French became her second language. At the age of 16, Spanish became a great interest to her and hence, it was learned; followed by Italian and now she is studying Portuguese and Chinese.


Roanna’s creative spirit was always powerful even as a child. Her energy was always vibrant and strong. She believes that energy should be harnessed and a person should evolve as a spiritual human being. Her countless hours aiding charities and similar organizations remind her everyday how very lucky she is.


After graduating high school with honours, she studied Psychology for one year at Western University. Studies of human behaviour and philosophy are a passion of hers, but of course so were many other things in Life. She went on to graduating with a degree in Hotel & Food and Beverage Management.


Her first business was an import/export company featuring high quality house wares from Mexico selling to the trade and through her own retail store and restaurant. While still running Barroco, she began Neo-Paws™ International, a company dedicated to Safety apparel for dogs inspired by her first dog, Mex, from Mexico!


For the past 20 years, she has diligently worked to make Neo-PawsTM International, the number one apparel company world-wide. She is dedicated to helping pets and their owners live healthier and happier lives. This business is her passion because

it meets all of her demands and allows her to play every day.


Somehow however, life presented a twist and Roanna’s energies were put to use in a different way. Finally another of her life-long desires took shape. She was called and offered a chance at hosting her very own television show called ‘Entrada’, Journies through Latin Americain Cuisine & Culture that now airs on many different channels worldwide.


Neo-PawsTMhowever demanded her full attention but her desire to continue landing new roles in different television shows or producing her own was always prominent and hence Doggie Style TVTM was born.


There is so much available for dogs and their owners these days and this show highlights the best of the best, industry leaders, great places to go, doggie fitness, health & nutrition, sports, products, trade shows, events and so much more!


We hope you enjoy what we bring to your screen and are always open to constructive feedback.




Roanna Sabeh-Azar & the DSTV Team!



TPR NEWS - July 12, 2014
1979, a Chicago disc jockey held a "disco demolition" between a baseball doubleheader at Comiskey Park. The second game was called off because so much damage had been done to the field. More than 50,000 fans packed the stadium that day. They say this event started the deline of disco.

TPR News
Saturday, April 12, the 102nd day of 2014.
There are 263 days left in the year.TIH


Reading Your Dog’s Body Language

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Pet parents would love to know what their pets are thinking, but since our pets can’t verbally tell us it’s important to understand what their body language is saying. Here are a few ways to read your dog’s body language, and how to interpret what they are trying to tell you.

A dog’s tail - A dog’s tail is used to communicate strong emotions, including happiness, as well as anger and agitation. To accurately get the bigger picture the dog’s wagging or tucked tail is trying to tell you, look at the rest of his body language. If his ears are pinned forward or back, or has stiffened muscles and dilated pupils, these are all signs your dog needs some space.

A dog’s ears - A dog will hold his ears naturally when he is relaxed and comfortable. When he’s alert, he’ll raise them higher on his head and direct them toward whatever is holding his interest. If his ears are pulled back slightly, it’s a signal his intention is friendly. And if your dog’s ears are completely flattened or stuck out to the sides of his head, he’s signaling that he’s frightened or feeling submissive.


A dog’s body - When your dog is scared, he does his best to look small. Often, his body looks hunched, with his tail held low or tucked between his rear legs and his ears flattened back on his skull. His muscles of his body and face will be tense and rigid. He might even cower close to the ground or try to escape.


Some pets fear certain sounds (like thunderstorms or fireworks), being in crowds, or even being left alone. To help ease their various fears, the original, patented Anxiety Wrap gives a calming, hug-like sensation – activating and maintaining key pressure points that better enable pets to relax. Helping your dog keep calm can even prevent behavioral issues. (For additional notes on how the one-of-a-kind product works, click here to see helpful Anxiety Wrap graph and notes.)

According to Dr. Roger Mugford, Pet Psychologist and Founder of The Company of Animals, “Fear and anxiety are at the root of many canine behavioral problems.” Unaddressed, these fears can result in aggressiveness, leash pulling, separation anxiety, excessive barking, and hyperactivity. We’ve been using and recommending the Anxiety Wrap in The Company of Animals’ own British Behaviour Centre for years,” continues Mugford.

A recently published Tufts University Clinical Research Study, titled “The Effectiveness of Anxiety Wrap in the Treatment of Canine Thunderstom Phobia: An Open-Label Trial,” even deemed the product 89 percent effective! The Anxiety Wrap was especially called out as "safe and effective treatment for canine thunderstorm phobia." The study has since been published, and the Anxiety Wrap cited, in such respected journals and resources as The Journal of Veterinary Behavior and ScienceDirect.

The Anxiety Wrap starts at $39.95 and comes in 11 canine sizes – to properly fit each age and breed. There are even calming face wraps for dogs, called Quite Dog®, and specialty made feline Anxiety Wraps, available too.For the full product selection by The Company of Animals, visit www.CompanyofAnimals.us.

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Founded by pet behaviorist Dr. Roger Mugford, The Company of Animals is celebrating 35 years as a leading provider of innovative training products designed to achieve a positive relationship between pets and their parents. The Company of Animals designs and manufactures a wide range of acclaimed products, including the original HALTI®, Pet CorrectorTM and CLIXTM training range. The latest additions to the famed family of enrichment products are the line of GREEN Feeders for dogs and cats by NORTHMATE, the Anxiety Wrap® and the new HALTI® OPTIFIT. For more information, visit www.CompanyofAnimals.us.

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The Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation is built of a group of inspired, motivated humanitarians who work tirelessly to fight animal cruelty by educating the public, animal rescue, and finding loving families to give the helpless a second chance at a happy life. Founded by Oscar nominated and renown animal activist Linda Blair to bring the much needed attention to the growing problems related to animal welfare and the work required to stop animal abuse and neglect.


What We Do…

Linda Using the Pet Walker-Plus

LBWF is a unique safe haven for animals providing top-quality, lifelong care to the animals it rescues.

We emphasize proper nutrition, provide first-class veterinary care, comfortable facilities, training, socializing, and of course, an abundance of love.

Using the media as an outlet for education, we hope to raise the level of awareness on important issues such as pet overpopulation and dog fighting, as well as debunking the unfounded, illogical and fear-based arguments that all too often lead to breed-specific bans and the heartbreaking extermination of beautiful animals whose only crime is having been born.

The recent economic recession and financial crisis have resulted in a record number of foreclosures and people aren’t the only ones to suffer in times like these. Homelessness is a harsh reality facing more and more animals, as people heartlessly abandon them or are reluctantly forced to leave them behind at already overcrowded shelters because they can no longer afford to care for them.

Please help us give these loving, loyal and wonderful animals a safe place to live a happy life. There are a variety of ways you can help, from making a tax-deductible cash donation, purchasing something from our CafePress store or bidding on one of Linda’s eBay auction items to volunteering at our facility or becoming a desperately needed foster family for our rescues.

Increasing Our Impact

After 3 long years of searching, the foundation’s journey came full circle with the acquisition of an A2 zoned property in Acton, CA. The property is beautiful and provides a wonderful temporary home to animals that have been through so much.

We’re very proud of how far we’ve come and incredibly thankful for the donations of both money and time from our dedicated supporters, friends and volunteers. Much has been accomplished, but we still have a long way to go!

We are constantly working to construct additional buildings to shelter our rescued animals from high desert winds and cold. We’re also busy installing additional fencing and plumbing, as well as creating new play yards – just to list a few of the ongoing projects that help us meet our animals’ most basic needs.

Always on our shopping list…

  • Wire Crates 42″-48″
  • Chain Link
  • Recycled Plywood
  • Trees for shade and wind protection
  • Dog food
  • Dog Treats
  • Dog Toys
  • Dog Beds
  • Blankets
  • Collars and Leashes
  • Stainless Steel Water and Food Bowls
  • Heavy Duty garbage bags
  • Paper towels

These gift cards can always be put to good use…

  • Home Depot or Lowe’s Gift Cards
  • PetSmart or Petco Gift Cards

Our “wouldn’t it be wonderful” wish list…

  • Cargo Van for transporting animals
  • Energy and Water Efficient Washer (top loading) and Dryer
Looking Into The Future

Ultimately our goal is to build a reliable and smooth-running facility that will allow Linda to focus much of her attention on educating the public about critical issues such as overpopulation, the importance of having pets spayed or neutered, animal abuse, neglect and the plight of woefully misunderstood breeds like American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier – often collectively referred to as “Pit Bulls”.

While our first priority is to provide a loving and safe environment for our rescued animals, fundamentally we hope to have an impact on a much larger and far-reaching scale. Ours is a mission of education that will help people develop the same respect, love and admiration for animals that we have.

Together We CAN Make A Difference!


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