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Doggies’ Day Out

30 Aug 2011

Docklands, prepare your pets because Sunday, September 25 is Dogs’ Day Out.

Running for two hours from 10 am at Victoria Green, Victoria Harbour, the day will be action-packed with the mains events (and prizes for): Doggie Dressup; Stupid Doggie Tricks and a prize for the dog and owner who most look alike.

Other attractions will include: Pet grooming demonstrations, agility demonstration and vets will be on hand to give advice.

The City of Melbourne’s animal management team will there to talk about responsible pet ownership and will have plenty of goodies and giveaways to distribute such as free showbags with brochures, dog waste bags and sample cat/dog food.

Animal care experts will be there to advise on behaviour and training.  And owners will also be able to talk with dog walkers, pet minding services and have a portrait taken.

Participants are asked to donate old towels, sheets and toys for the Save a Dog Scheme.

The Dogs’ Day Out is sponsored by Lend Lease, the City of Melbourne and Docklands News. A local committee is meeting fortnightly to firm up the details.

For further information, contact Karen Woo on 9643 0014.

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