The 2018 PAWS Canine Mayor’s Race is off and running, with six dogs throwing their collars into the ring, hoping to be elected for a two year term. Those who do not win the top billing of Mayor will take a seat on the Coronado Canine City Council, assisting their leader with all of his or her official doggy duties.
The caninedidates will campaign throughout March, with voting April 1-30 on the PAWS of Coronado website or in person at the Coronado Animal Care Facility (ACF) located at 1395 First Street. Each vote costs $1.00 and all proceeds go to the PAWS Special Medical Needs Fund. Anyone can vote for as many caninedidates, and as many times, as they wish.
This year our caninedidates include:
- Byron, a Coton de Tulear owned by Rich Giglio
- Gus Hall, a Dogue de Bordeaux owned by Norma Hall
- Gus Plumb, a Golden Retriever owned by Andrew Plumb
- Lacey, a Yorkie Mix owned by Lorle Roper
- Moxie, a Borador (Yellow Lab & Border Collie) owned by Christopher King
- Norman, a Jack Russell-Shorty owned by Jenn & Greg Bryan-Gredvig
On Sunday, March 11, 3:00pm at the Coronado ACF there will be a “Meet and Greet” for the public to get acquainted with the caninedidates, and for the caninedidates to get their first up close and personal look at their competition. We hope you will join us then to shake some paws and hear the campaign promises of each dog running. Refreshments, of both the human and canine variety, will be served and a good time will be had by all…guaranteed.