Dog Day by the Bay

Dog Day by the Bay

Join us at Dog Day by the Bay at Rowland Reserve Bayview on Sunday 21 September.

Dog Day by the Bay runs from 10am to 3pm and other activities include agility demonstrations, education talks, children’s activities in the kids’ corner and lots of competitions to enter and win great prizes including the very popular Canine Fancy Dress Parade kicking off proceedings at 10am.

Highlights of the day include demonstrations and education sessions by dog expert and elite dog trainer Steve Austin. Steve will provide owners with tips on dealing with aggressive pets, behavioural problems, excessive barking and the importance of training. Steve will also bring his dogs on the day so you can see them in action and hear all about his exciting work training detection dogs around the world.

Pet Problems Solved with Dr Jo Righetti – Thunder…Lighting and even just being alone when we go off to work can make dogs suffer a range of serious anxiety problems. It can be VERY frightening for them! Dr Jo Righetti will be available to help solve your pet’s anxiety problems on the day. Dr Jo is an animal behaviourist with a background in zoology, a PhD in animal behaviour and 15 years business experience helping people and pets.

The popular MCs Brian and Kaye from Essential Pet will also keep us entertained throughout the day.

This year in kids’ corner we are excited to have Dr Crunch from Crocodile Encounters. Kids can touch and learn about reptiles and Dr Crunch can provide advice on what to do if your pet brings wildlife home.

Stall holders will showcase their goods and services that you can browse and buy for your pets.  There will be food and drink stalls to keep you refreshed throughout the day.  All proceeds from Stall holders fees and donations raised on the day will be donated to the local branches of the Animal Welfare League.

Entry and parking are free for this event.

For any further information or queries, please contact the Education team –

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