Scene & Heard: Santa Paws

  • Wednesday, December 26, 2018 12:45pm
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Unofficial mayor of Vashon and Newfoundland therapy dog Goliath poses with Santa in between his mayoral duties. (Josh Manwaring photo)

Unofficial mayor of Vashon and Newfoundland therapy dog Goliath poses with Santa in between his mayoral duties. (Josh Manwaring photo)

The first annual Santa Paws event was held on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 4 Paws Veterinary Clinic. Islanders came with their critters of all kinds and sizes for a photo with the big man.

Sponsored by Realtor Connie Sorensen and 4 Paws’ owner Teri Byrd, the event raised $300 for Vashon Island Pet Protectors and was well attended.

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