The City of Stonnington is proud to present the return of Pets in the Park 2017 at Central Park, Malvern East on Sunday 26th of March, 2017.
Entry is FREE and all are welcome to bring their furry, scaly and feathered friends along for a fun-filled day of fantastic entertainment, exciting competitions and informative demonstrations.
The event will kick off at 11am and during the afternoon, families will be treated to a jam-packed line-up of main stage entertainment hosted by Channel Ten's Mike Larkan, including live music, pet parades and presentations. Mike Larkan will also be joined by animal expert and celebrity vet Dr Jack Ayerbe, for a Q&A on pet First Aid.
Other event highlights include the chance to show off your pet's hidden talents in the 'Best Trick' competition or coordinate your ensemble and enter to win 'Best Look-alike'.
For dogs with four left paws, That Dancing Guy and his canine stars Cynder, Sprocket and Bonnie, will teach owners how to dance with their dogs.
Plus expect high energy demonstrations including Kong – 4 Paws Disc Dogs by Goochy's Behavioural Training, Human Agility and Ball Games from Melbourne Canine Freestyle and stunts from Flipping Disc Dogz. The Centre for Service and Therapy Dogs Australia will also be on site to answer any questions you many have about the important services they provide.
There will also be an array of stalls showcasing the latest pet products, health tips and information on responsible pet ownership.
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For the kids, there will be face painting by the multi-award winning Juicy Body Art studio, and The Roo Keepers' Mobile Zoo, with native Australian wildlife including dingoes, snakes, possums and even crocodiles.
Pets in the Park is held in conjunction with Chadstone/East Malvern Rotary Club Family Fun Day and Sounds of Stonnington, featuring local school choirs, dance troupes, carnival rides, great food and community displays.
WHEN: Sunday 26th of March, 2017 11am
WHERE: Central Park, Malvern East