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Last week was L.A. Pup, a local contest for puppies.
But what about the ponies? It’s never too early to start thinking about EQUUS, which also hosts the annual North American Pony/Trainer title contest! If you are a pony or trainer and would like to serve your community for a year while bearing this prestigious title, why not consider running in 2020?
It’s early November and that means it’s time for L.A. Pup Pride weekend!
Here’s the itinerary:
On Friday, November 8th, swing by the Bullet Bar at 9 p.m. for a meet and greet with the contestants, Pups Apollo, Hunter, Orion, and Templar. There will be a mosh and puppy go-go dancers for your entertainment.
On Saturday, enjoy a FREE panel on headspace with the SoCal Creatures at 11 a.m. at the MCC Annex, to be followed by a “PG” mosh. Come for a day of education and fun before the contest to determine the 2020 L.A. Pup!
Later, doors open at 7 p.m. at the MCC Church for the L.A. Pup contest. Refreshments, performances, raffles, and silent auctions will keep you busy as you watch the contest for the fifth L.A. Pup in one of the biggest pup contests in southern California. Afterwards, the party moves to the Bullet Bar for “Pleasure and Pain” for a night of kinky pleasures. (Cover is only $3 if you have your L.A. Pup Pride wristband!)
On Sunday, November 10th, join the winner of the contest for a victory party at Eagle L.A. at 4 p.m.
Does your pony seem to know what you’re thinking? Are they too clever for their own good? New studies confirm that bio-horses are smarter than we realized. They can recognize, gauge, and remember human facial expressions… and also adapt their behavior accordingly. Described as “socially intelligent” and displaying a surprisingly breadth of “human-like behavior,” new studies have revealed more about the inner lives of horses.
Here is the itinerary, which includes the LA Pup Contest 2020:
November 8th, meet us at the Bullet Bar on Burbank Blvd. at 9 pm to greet the contestants: Pup Apollo, Pup Hunter, Pup Star Orion, and Pup Templar! A pup mosh and cute pup go-go dancers will help you get your WOOF on!
Next, stop by the MCC Church in the Valley, at 5730 Cahuenga Blvd., on November 9th, for the L.A. Pup Contest. Doors open at 7 p.m. Enjoy performances, refreshments, silent auctions, raffles, and socializing with other pups at one of the biggest puppy events in Los Angeles.
Finally, swing by Eagle L.A. for the afterparty, BONE, at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Look around and you’ll find petplay in all sorts of places.
This marble statue portrays “Hermanubis:” a combination of the Egyptian god Anubis and the Greek god Hermes that was popular in Egypt during the Roman period. The palm fern meant to be in the right hand is missing. Roman, Anzio. 1st to 2nd century AD.
Looking for something more contemporary? How about Fox’s “The Masked Singer?” Contestants are dressed up as various animals. One in particular, “Rottweiler,” stood out to us because of his back-up dancers, who are sporting Mr. S-style puppy hoods.