Tips for stories and the importance of adopting a dog


A native of Bedford, Victoria Lily Shaffer, who is making a name for herself in the animal advocacy world, will return next month to her high school alma mater, The Harvey School, to share her experiences and expertise in animal rescue. animal and puppy care and to discuss this recently. published his first book, “Pup Culture: Stories Tips, and the Importance of Adopting a Dog.”

Shaffer, 28, whose book features a collection of adoption and welcoming stories, creative crafts and home recipes, checklists and inspirational stories, has thousands of followers of his. pet-loving YouTube and Instagram shows and serves as Vice President of Creative Development for Oso Studios in Los Angeles, the city where she now resides with her three dogs.

A staunch animal rescue advocate and effervescent young woman, the author will be available for the first time after her presentation to autograph her book, which one reviewer called “a fun and joyful ode to man’s best friend. “. It features contributions from several famous dog lovers including Glenn Close, David Letterman, Dan Levy, Vanessa Williams and Tony Bennett. The foreword to the book was written by his father, Paul Shaffer, the famous musician, composer, musical director and conductor.

Adoptable dogs will also be in attendance for the evening courtesy of A New Chance Animal Rescue of Bedford Hills. The presentation, the final installment in the School’s Cavalier lecture series, will take place on Thursday, December 9 at the Walker Center for the Arts on the school’s Katonah campus at 7 p.m.

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