Saturday, October 26, 2013

Lee Day: Wildlife Activist and Animal Entertainer



Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with wildlife activist and pet entertainer Lee Day on October 27, 2013 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about how we can save lives by getting involved and her work with Doris Day's Animal Foundation.


Lee Day provides a service not performed by any other entertainer world-wide. She has combined two of her most intense passions, show business and pets, into a business that has endured for fifteen years. How about doing something different and unique that has never been done on a sitcom before, a pet wedding, Bark Mitzvah™, romantic date, or baptism party? This is not limited to just dogs and cats, she's performed weddings for horses and penguins, taken two lobsters out on a romantic date, and the list goes on. Ms. Day also throws birthday parties, complete with invitations, specially prepared doggie cakes, ice cream, and party favors. Ms. Day is a singer, actress, comedian and dancer. She attended animal grooming school and also worked at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Milburn, New Jersey, training animals for stagework. Her experience in plays, musicals and night clubs inspired her to add a theatrical twist to her trade so she began singing to her animals as she styled them.

Today, she is helped in her work by her loving companion, Dr. Doogie, a smooth-haired Dachsund and a veteran canine talent. Dr. Doogie howls to songs sung by Ms. Day (a favorite being "A Lick On the Face May Be Nice, Wet and Sloppy, But Biscuits Are A Dog's Best Friend.") Recently, Dr. Doogie learned a new song, in honor of John Denver, "Thank God I'm a Singing Dog". Lee says the singing reduces the pets' anxiety while having their hair done. Lee grooms your pet in the convenience of your home or work place. She's preparing to do a romantic date for a chimpazee couple as well as two Koalas with the best man and maid of honor being played by two baby kangaroos in full wedding attire. Lee collaborates with Laurie Meyers, her personal wardrobe designer, who creates custom outfits for her four and two-legged clients from wedding dresses to baptismal gowns and tuxedos.

Her business has been spotlighted on Eye on L.A., the Sally Jessy Raphael Show, Nickelodeon, Eyewitness News, the Regis Philbin Show, The Gayle King Show, A Current Affair and has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, The Globe, Star-Ledger, L.A. Times, The Enquirer, Woman's World, National Examiner, Londons' Daily Mirror, People Magazine and Instyle Magazine. She has been seen on productions in London, Rome, Japan, and Australia. Lee has worked with the biggies. Her clients include a Bark Mitzvah™ for Joan Rivers' dog, Spike, a wedding for Jim and Tammy Faye Bakers' Yorkshire, Corky, (to a white poodle named Peaches) which were televised. She's also styled Mary Tyler Moore's golden retriever, Dash, and has sung for Princess Diana and her sons. 

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Tune into on October 27, 2013at 1 pm eastern to listen to Lee Day share her experiences with Doris Day's Animal Foundation as well how to make a difference in animals' lives. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

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