Join Waukesha resident Brien Lee and his blog, Sir Fido, as they explore the city and report on the interesting things they find.
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There were so many dogs during today's opening at the Waukesha County Museum of Mary Ludington's The Nature of Dogs photography exhibit. It was so unique and unusual to see, everyone having such a great time, that I felt I should have brought one too. Tried to borrow one of several HAWS had brought for adoption, but settled for their mascot, Lucky, instead.
I held Lucky's paw and took the blog for a walk through the exhibit. Saw a wide variety of breeds pictured in their natural environments. . . and four Cavalier King Charles Spaniels roaming the exhibit with their owners. These spaniels were most friendly, soft and just rare enough that it was unusual for the two owners to meet by chance.
Marilynn Mee from WKLH was there with her Basset Hound Rudy. Thank you KLH for sponsoring today's events with free entrance for the first 96 pooches and people.
Had so much fun at the museum that I went to fetch Sir Fido so he could enjoy it too. After all, how often do we get the opportunity to take a pet into a museum? My recommendation for the next time dogs are allowed? Have some loaner pups there for folks wanting to participate but who don't own one. It may just help with adoptions. Can't hurt.