Anniversary Open House

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Date(s) - 07/14/2016
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm



fatdogfoto, New Hope’s only pet photography studio, is celebrating its 1st Anniversary with an open house on Thursday, July 14th from 6-9pm at 30 West Bridge Street. All are welcome to the event, which will feature a variety of special guests, refreshments, raffles and a fatdogfoto private session giveaway. For more information visit
The event is all about celebrating everyone’s favorite four-legged friends and two-legged pets too! On hand will be Animal Communicator, Emerald DeCour of Hearts Content Animal Communications. 10-minute sessions can be reserved in advance by emailing Each session is $30, and a portion of the fee will be donated to Brookline Labrador Retriever Rescue.
The open house will also feature Dr. Amanda Struening of New Hope Veterinary Hospital to answer questions and offer advice about your pets. Additionally, Sharon Prushinski, owner of Backyards & Barnyards pet sitting will be giving away free dog walks. Sharon services the Bucks/Hunterdon area and offers a variety of pet and farm sitting services.
“Our first year exceeded all expectations thanks to the welcoming and supportive people and businesses in this community,” said Nanette Kardaszeski, owner of fatdogfoto. “This night is for all the pets and their people to come together, learn and celebrate each other while having some fun.”
Everyone is welcome and parking for the event is ample and located off Bridge Street in the Union Square Center, near Triumph Brewery. Patrons can walk from the parking lot directly to fatdogfoto via the path near the New Hope Ivyland Railroad Station.
Fatdogfoto is owned by Nanette Kardaszeski, an award-winning photographer with over 25 years of experience as a photojournalist. Nanette most enjoys making personal visual explorations, whether it is the discovery of new and inviting places or the rediscovery of the familiar in her own backyard in Bucks County. Nanette has received awards for news, feature and sports photography from diverse organizations including the Philadelphia Press Association, Bucks County Audubon Society, Society of Professional Journalists and the Pennsylvania News Photographers Association. The National Museum of Women in the Arts has one of her feature sports photos in its permanent collection. Exhibits featuring her photos include: “Candid Culture: Images of Pennsylvania Traditions,” The National Press Photographers Association’s Women in Photojournalism: Alternative Visions,” The Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition and the Photo Review Web Exhibition. Nanette also served as the chief photo editor and staff photographer at several daily newspapers and as a freelance photographer for the Associated Press. Fatdogfoto is located at 30 W. Bridge Street, #2, New Hope, Pa. All sessions by appointment on location or in the studio.

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