Dogs in the Park Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
We will be supporting Street Paws Festival with a stall and embroidering Customised Collars on the day.
Street Paws Festival – Inner west
Addison Road Community Centre 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville 2204
Sat 23rd Feb 2019 11am – 3pm
Street Paws Festival is back to the Inner west. Our event is all about celebrating dogs & community, We bring dog lovers, pets and family together. Promoting pet brands, start up businesses, vets and much more. Offering educational and medical advice, tips and tricks. Fantastic competitions for every four legged friend. A fun festival for dogs and their humans to enjoy. Please join us and share.
PawEmpire will be there along with our friends from Paddo Pets with all our customised products available!
Super Furry Festival returns for it’s FIFTH YEAR!! We’re super excited to share with you another even full of fun and furry friends!OCT. 20th 2018 – Shannon Reserve, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
We will have our usual Kitty Cuddle tent, Bunny Snuggle tent and Turtle Town tank, as well as good tunes, fantastic games, plus a raffle. Not to mention, this year we’ll have even more stalls with new products, goodies and all things pet-related for you to peruse! Stop by some of the rescue shelter stalls and perhaps adopt your new furbaby!
All proceeds go to assisting under-resourced non-profit organisations, helping these shelters continue their care of and efforts to save rescued animals.
We look forward to celebrating with you this October!
We will be having a stall and Embroidering collars for your dogs at the Dogs IN the Park,
Sunday 16th September, 2008 – Penrith, Jamison Park
See you there!
Thanks for the collars. They are perfect! I bought them on my friend’s recommendation after seeing one in her dog. I actually bought them to safeguard my step dad who has Alzheimer’s and has had some serious falls in the community. He doesn’t understand risk so refuses to wear a MedicAlert, gps or safety call device. As he still loves to walk his two dogs I have put the family home phone number clearly on the dogs via your collars so that people can ring for help if they find my step dad in need, or find a wandering dog alone. So far so good! It’s important to protect the frail elderly whilst maintaining their autonomy and dignity.
Kind regards V