FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Rodney Ross, Curator
5940 Eden Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76117
817-834-3625, ext. 232
Hosts King Charles Cavalier Rescue Group
Haltom City rare toy museum is Dog Friendly and Seeks Groups Looking for Canine Friendly Venue for Events
September 13, 2011 – Fort Worth, TX – DFW Elite Toy Museum is dog-friendly and we want all dog lovers to hold their clubs’ social and fundraising events for breed rescue here at the museum. At DFW Elite Toy Museum, we know it’s a dog’s life.
Forth Worth entrepreneur and museum owner Ron Sturgeon is active in King Charles Cavalier spaniel rescue and recently hosted a social event at the antique toy museum for the Dallas-Fort Worth King Charles Cavalier Spaniel Club.
Members were encouraged to bring their fur-kids and enjoy the museum and a presentation by Kristy Remo of Kristy’s Pampered Paws Mobile Pet Grooming that included summer grooming tips for KC Cavs. About 40 people attended the event and judging from photos and video, a good time was had by all – both two- and four-legged.
“Everyone had the opportunity to look at our antique car toys, the new boat model collection, and some of our showroom’s luxury sports cars,” Sturgeon said. “We even have a designated bathroom area just for your dogs to help avoid any ‘accidents’ in the toy museum and showroom.”
On the garage side of the museum, you and your four-legged friends can check out our full-size Ferraris, Lamborghinis and other exotics, and learn about our once-in-a-lifetime dream driving events. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 9 to 4 most Saturdays, visit DFW Elite Toy Museum at 5940 Eden Drive in Haltom City. Admission is free.
DFW Elite Toy Museum hosted a King Charles Cavalier spaniel rescue event in August. Check in with Ron’s Cavaliers, Willie and Dixie, the museum’s official greeters, and their adventures at spoiled cavaliers.com. Fort Worth State Farm agent Linda Allen pictured with a King Charles Cavalier.