The dogs did not make a peep. Not a single woof. That said, in their silence the dogs still managed to steal the show.
On Thursday night, McArdle’s Florist & Garden Center, offered up their spacious building on Arch Street for a fundraiser for Adopt-A-Dog. Most of the dogs in attendance were originally rescues from Adopt-A-Dog, a Greenwich based non profit with a shelter and sanctuary just over the state line in Armonk, NY.
Expert pet photographer Geoffrey Tischman was set up for portraits at the front of McArdle’s, while Allyson Halm, the director of Adopt-A-Dog and volunteer Melinda Muller disappeared and reappeared, photobombing the event with life size dog faces.
Attending the event was Navajo who made the trip from his home in Wilton for the event. His owners are Kristina and John Curran, who has volunteered at Adopt-A-Dog for 20 years. Navajo, a jumbo shepherd, was an owner surrender who made his way to Wilton by way of the Armonk sanctuary.