11 Top Events for Dogs for March April 2019

11 Top Events for Dogs for March April 2019


Posted 2019-03-01 by finyfollow
11 Top Events for Dogs for March / April 2019

Many of us who love our animals (says Finy, jumping up and down with her hand up!) are often on the lookout for events to go to where we can take our babies. My real babies are long since gone, and I, therefore, used to love taking both dogs on excursions with other dogs.

At these events in March and April 2019, you can take your best friend as well as your family! There are also some teaching and other events besides social ones.

[b]All Animal Rescue and Adoption Day[/b]
[b]When[/b]: Sunday 3rd March from 10 am to 4 pm
[b]Where[/b]: Dixon Road Reserve, Rockingham
[b]Cost[/b]: Gold coin donation

Hosts for this day will be the Staffy and Bully Breed Rescue Group. It will be an animal lovers' paradise where they will unite and rescue animals.

Some of the things on at this day include:

  • Rescue groups showcasing their adoptable babes
  • Animal welfare groups
  • Pet and non-pet related stalls
  • Children's corner, with bouncy castle, face painting and more
  • Food trucks and stalls
  • Several different competitions
  • Educational short talks
  • Live entertainment
  • And much more

  • This is a family and pet-friendly event. All sociable, friendly pets can come along as long as they are well behaved and on a leash at all times. You can get more information on their Facebook page.

    [b]Recallers...Come when Called[/b]
    [b]When[/b]: Saturday, 6th April, from 8 am to 8.45 am
    [b]Where[/b]: Ut 3/26 Gibberd Road, Balcatta
    [b]Cost[/b]: $195

    This educational day will be hosted by the Kalmpets Animal Behaviour Centre & Dog Day Care. It is a four-week course and is most necessary to get your dog to learn. It can save his life in several situations and is one which I find hard to master. It is a fun course and aimed at teaching you what is involved in a dog recall.

    You can get more information on their Facebook page.

    [b]Trick Training[/b]
    [b]When[/b]: Saturday, 9th March, from 8 am to 8.45 pm
    [b]Where[/b]: Ut 3/26 Gibberd Road, Balcatta
    [b]Cost[/b]: $195

    Trick training is a beneficial activity for our dogs for many reasons. Tricks are great foundation skills for other behaviours and therefore teaching tricks can be a fun way of teaching our dogs how to learn. If your dog enjoys this, you will find it is easier to implement the more necessary commands.

    You can get more information from their Facebook page.

    [b]Doggies Day Out [/b]
    [b]When[/b]: Sunday,10th March, from 9 am
    [b]Where[/b]: Littorina Park, Perth
    [b]Cost[/b]: Free

    This event will be hosted by Market Streats and on 14th April. It is for the whole family and of course, your fur babies. It will be a fun day out that they will appreciate. You will be able to buy lunch, shop at the gift stalls and buy things for your animals at the pet-themed vendors.

    There on the day will be Greyhound Adoptions WA and Saving Animals Matters Rescue, who will be coming along to raise funds and awareness.

    You can get more information from their Facebook page.

    [b]WOOF at Whiteman[/b]
    [b]When[/b]: 10th March, from 10 am
    [b]Where[/b]: Whiteman Park, Whiteman

    MiLi Markets will host this event at Whiteman Park. This event will be staged in conjunction with the Made-It Markets. It is a dog-friendly event with many stalls for your animals and plenty of four-legged friends to meet!

    There will be food trucks and beverage stalls on site, plus children's entertainment, live music and all this in a lovely natural bushland location.

    You can get more information on their Facebook page.

    [b]Paws in the Park [/b]
    [b]When[/b]: Sunday, 17th March, from 10 am to 3 pm
    [b]Where[/b]: Harrisdale Pavilion, 83 Gracefield Boulevard, Harrisdale
    [b]Cost[/b]: Free entry

    The day will be fun and full of dog and pet stalls, activities, entertainment and food trucks.

    There will be free demonstrations throughout the day as well as your chance to win a prize for your fur baby by entering some of the competitions.

    You can get more information and see a list of the stalls attending on their Facebook page.

    [b]Greyhound Playdate[/b]
    [b]When[/b]: Sunday, 24th March, from 2 pm to 3.30 pm
    [b]Where[/b]: FurBaby Boutique & Cafe, 29/386 Wanneroo Road, Westminster
    [b]Cost[/b]: Free

    If you have a greyhound, or if you merely love this gentle breed, then you will know that they are family! Now you can meet others and possibly their cousins for a playday. Watch as they play with their large, often gawky movements. Crosses of greyhounds are also welcome.

    You can also learn more about this breed and especially if you are looking to save one of these delightful breeds from euthanasia.

    You can see more information on their Facebook page. You can read more about this cafe here.

    [b]Dog Diabetes[/b]
    [b]When[/b]: 7th April, from 8.30 am to 1 pm
    [b]Where[/b]: Trinity College, 2 Trinity Avenue, East Perth
    [b]Register[/b] here.

    Tails will be wagging when you go on this 5km walk around the Swan River. On the way, you will see East Perth, Optus Stadium and then return via the Village at Trinity College for a whole lot more fun, including:

  • Market stalls for doggies - accessories and toys, food and locally made treats, health and wellness services.
  • Market stalls for humans - locally produced jewellery, arts and crafts, homewares, gifts, books and more.
  • Healthy and delicious food, lovely hot coffee and fresh juices.
  • Adventure zone - here the fur babies will be able to test their skills in a [i]"paw-pose built"[/i] course with tunnels, slalom runs, hurdles, bridges and a giant ball pit.
  • Children's activity zone with face painting, hair braiding, herb planting, crafts, bouncy castles and more.
  • Chill out area to cool in the shade, listen to music and relax.

  • This event aims to raise funds for The Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre, with the generous support of Millpoint Rotary Club. You can find out more information on the event on this Facebook page.

    [b]WA Pet Project's PetFest[/b]
    [b]When[/b]: Sunday 14th April, from 8 am to 1 pm
    [b]Where[/b]: Woodville Reserve, North Perth
    [b]Cost[/b]: Free

    This year, there will be even more stalls, food trucks, a sensory garden for dogs and educational talks and demonstrations. It is an event that all pet lovers must attend!

    If you are interested in being a part of the fun email: [email protected].

    More information can be found on their Facebook page.

    [b]Canine Hoopers[/b]
    [b]When[/b]: 26th April, from 9 am to 5 pm
    [b]Where[/b]: Dogs West, Corner Ranford & Warton Rds, Southern River
    [b]Cost[/b]: $175

    Check out all about this great event at this link, and you can also book there.

    You can find out more on their Facebook page.

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