Park Creek Senior Living Community Hosts 5th Annual Dog Show

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Park Creek Senior Living Community in Williamsville, New York is hosting its 5th annual dog show on July 27, 2012. The dog show, which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m., will feature the unique talents, dispositions and antics of the community member's canine companions.

Park Creek Senior Living Community, a trusted assisted living and memory care provider, announced its upcoming 5th Annual Dog Show on July 27th on their beautiful grounds bordering Amherst State Park. The dog show begins at 2:00 p.m. and features dogs of all breeds and sizes, who will entertain the audience with their unique talents and dispositions. The annual dog show is one of numerous family friendly events that Park Creek Senior Living Community hosts throughout the summer.

"Come cheer on those lazy pooches or dish out some affection to the attention seeking pups as they strut their stuff," said Jane Nogowski of Park Creek Senior Living Community. "Meet some new friends, shake a few paws, and share in the laughs of this enjoyable summer event."

Park Creek Senior Living Community provides affordable assisted living and memory care services, offering a wide variety of elder care options and life enrichment programs that fulfill individual needs and promote a purposeful, healthy lifestyle for seniors. The community is located at 410 Mill Street in Williamsville, 3/10 of a mile from Sheridan Drive.

To register a dog in the dog show, contact Jane Nogowski at (716) 632-3000 or email jnogowski(at)park-creek(dot)com. Owners will need to provide the dog's name, breed, and age upon registration and be sure that all shots are up-to-date. For complete information about all of the services that Park Creek Senior Living Community has to offer, including a calendar of social events, visit their website at

About the company:
Park Creek Senior Living Community supports independence, encourages a healthy lifestyle, and provides peace of mind when meeting the changing needs of seniors. Tailoring care to meet the needs of each of our residents, the direct care staff is trained and empowered to offer a "person-centered" approach with a commitment to quality care. By engaging in both planned and spontaneous activities, residents thrive in an atmosphere of support. Friendships are developed, independence is encouraged, and compassionate care is not a slogan; it's a way of life! It is their belief that seniors deserve to be treated with love, dignity and respect. For more information visit their website at

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