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Check Out The Photos From World Dog Day- Lisa Vanderpump, Jax Taylor, Scheana Marie, & More!

There are certain events that we can expect from every Vanderpump Rules season. We get Gay Pride, a Mexico tripand Stassi Schroeder’s birthday. There’s also World Dog Day, which Lisa Vanderpump hosted and some of the Pump Rules cast attended.

However, as expected, zero Real Housewives of Beverly Hills were in attendance. Not even flip-flopper Camille Grammer or one and done Joyce Giraud, the sole RHOBH cast member Lisa seems to be close with. Thankfully, Lisa’s husband Ken Todd and some Vanderpump Rules were there to support. However, there were still some notable names missing.

Soon-to-be-married couple Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright showed up. But did they talk to other Vanderpump Rules couple James Kennedy and Raquel Leviss? After that shit show of a reunion, my guess is no.

Vanderpump Rules third-string cast member Billie Lee attended, of course. Would she ever miss an event remotely related to this show? Not if she was invited. That’s for sure.

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Other than, Jax, Brittany, James, Raquel, and Billie, OG cast member Scheana Marie turned up. What about her “best friend” Adam Spott? Where was he?

What about Stassi? Or Lisa’s junior business partners Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz? They were not there along with Katie Maloney, Ariana Madix, and Lala Kent.

Did they not start filming Vanderpump Rules Season 8 yet? Where was everyone?

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Click through the photo gallery below to see pictures of Lisa Vanderpump and some of the Vanderpump Rules stars at World Dog Day.

TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE PHOTOS FROM WORLD DOG DAY? WOULD YOU ATTEND IF YOU LIVED IN THE LOCAL AREA? ARE YOU SURPRISED THAT THERE WEREN’T MORE CAST MEMBERS FROM VANDERPUMP RULES AND REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS THERE?

[Featured Photo: Jerod Harris/Getty Images]

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