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Amy Hayes, Julie Judelson and Michelle Grant

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Carol Baskin, Jill Rosenthal, Susan Sandoloski and Sandra Rosenberg

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Dore Koontz and Nicole Gottsacker

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Julie Dubrof and Gail Gurwitz

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Kathleen Whitten and Deborah Amini

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Bob Gurwitz with Jerry

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Model Anna Monette wearing Julian Gold fashion

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Sandi Taylor, Britt Kleberg and Susan Glover

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Wendy Atwell, Jill Rosenthal and Amy Miller

Paws Strut Runway To Raise Funds For San Antonio Humane Society

By Shannon Turner     Photography by Greg Harrison

THE SCENE:  It was, by all accounts, a true case of puppy love. Recently, fashion-forward friend of the furry set, Julian Gold, in tandem with San Antonio Humane Society board member and ardent volunteer Dina Cole, hosted a style show and luncheon benefiting Jerry Rosenthal and his bipartisan bid to become the next El Rey Fido. You see, Jerry is a political dog. He knows what it takes to run a successful campaign and he and his family and friends are a doggone determined pack.

THE VIBE: If you haven’t guessed by now, Jerry is a beloved family fur baby. His parents, Bobby and Jill Rosenthal, Mayor and First Lady of Alamo Heights, have tirelessly raised funds for the El Rey Fido campaign which benefits the San Antonio Humane Society. Over 70 friends attended the event in support of Jerry and his dogged effort to be crowned El Rey Fido XVI. All hail the canine King. 

THE CAUSE:  The San Antonio Humane Society’s mission is to protect and improve the lives of dogs and cats by providing shelter, care, adoption, rescue, spay and neuter programs, and community education.