Information updated for 2019!
Dogs like Border Collies, Collies, Irish Wolfhounds, Scottish Deerhounds, Scottish Terriers, the West Highlander terriers, Cairn Terriers, Yorkshire Terriers, Dandy Dindmont Terrier, Kerry Blue Terriers, Welsh Corgis, Brittany Spaniels, Irish Spaniels, Curly Coated Retriever, Irish Retriever, Golden Retriever, Irish Setter, Gordon Setter, Welsh Corgi and many others. And the cats are the Scottish Fold Cat, the Cornish Rex and the Manx. There are also several breeds of horses associated with Celtic lands, including the Clysdales, the Connemara ponies, the Shetland ponies, the Welsh Cob and Irish Daught horse
This year we are pleased to feature:
In the area between the dance stage and the beer booth, trainers from Eyes for Tomorrow, who will be showcasing their puppies in training at our event this year. While all the puppies won’t be of Celtic descent, their coming to our Celebration gives them valuable social interaction and socialization and allows our patrons to snuggle some cute! Check out their Facebook Page, too! Throughout the day there will be 12 puppies in training and their handlers, come by for a snuggle and observe the cute!
We regret that we are unable to host the Barney Clydesdales this year, but we look forward to including them in future years.
Our board is currently looking for someone with a passion for critters to coordinate this area, we’d love to see it grow again and do awesome things, but those of us on the board currently just don’t have the bandwidth and time to devote to this. Please contact us at info(at)renoceltic(dot) org if you might be interested in this!
Owners: If you are interested in displaying your Celtic animal in our Celtic Critter Village, please email us for more information. Please note that only Celtic breed animals that are part of our Animal Village and service animals will be allowed at Celtic Celebration. Please do not bring your pet unless you have a Pet Pass. All animals must be on leashes or in pens. Thank you.