Furry LM Resident’s Holiday Instagram Wins Top Prize

01/22/2015 in

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Meet Ronan. This dapper Glen of Imaal Irish Terrier was the adorable subject of the winning photo in our recently held Holiday Instagram Contest!

The little furry Lower Manhattan resident was enjoying a brisk walk and stopped to pose for a fateful photo op in front of the New York Stock Exchange.  Sporting his red holiday scarf as part of his unique look and style, Ronan loves posing for pictures and exploring the neighborhood where he lives.

His strolls come courtesy of “Paws On Pine,” a niche boutique-style pet walking and sitting business owned and operated by Heather Curatolo. Like his fellow canine clients, Ronan gets walked individually, instead of in a pack. The one-on-one attention ensures the best and most comfortable experience.  In addition, Heather’s staff gives updates and pictures via text and/or email after every walk or visit, so pet owners don’t have to worry about their pets’ happiness and safety.

Heather was thrilled to learn she had won the perfect prize trifecta: eating, shopping and a staycation with her hubby in a fabulous neighborhood.  She will enjoy a two-night weekend stay at the W New York – Downtown Hotel, a $50 gift card to shop at Century 21 Department Stores and $100 in gift cards to dine at Delmonico’s Restaurant.   Click here to read more about her winning this great prize.

Congratulations Heather and best wishes to Ronan!

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