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  • Watching these happy dogs frolic will make you smile

    Two dozen dogs strutted their stuff Friday as part of the Dog Trot and Puppy Pageant at Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village. The event, in its second year, raised money for the Great Plains SPCA, which operates local animal shelters and pet adoption services.

Two dozen dogs strutted their stuff Friday as part of the Dog Trot and Puppy Pageant at Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village. The event, in its second year, raised money for the Great Plains SPCA, which operates local animal shelters and pet adoption services. Allison Long, Monty Davis The Kansas City Star
Two dozen dogs strutted their stuff Friday as part of the Dog Trot and Puppy Pageant at Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village. The event, in its second year, raised money for the Great Plains SPCA, which operates local animal shelters and pet adoption services. Allison Long, Monty Davis The Kansas City Star

A day off from school benefits KC dogs in need

October 21, 2016 3:52 PM