Our pets hold a special place in our hearts, so why not treat them to a special day out this month?

 

Dublin City Council has issued an open invitation to the pet lovers of Dublin to attend its second ‘Pets in the City’ event on Sunday, April 26.

 

Supported by the DSPCA and King of Paws training school, Pets in the City will serve up quite the treat for your furry friend, with Smithfield Square to be transformed into a pet paradise for one day only.

 

The main event of the day with be the Scruffs Dog Show and Dog Agility Workshops, hosted by the training team at DSPCA King of Pets. This exciting feature, sponsored by Purina Proplan, is guaranteed to excite and delight the family, with members of the public invited to enter their own pets.

 

This looks set to be the perfect, fun-filled family day out, with other exciting features including a reptile corner, world of birds, fish aquariums and a small animal farm.

 

 

Pet lovers will also be able to spoil their furry friends with everything from toys to grooming accessories, which will be on sale at various stalls throughout the event.

 

Many of you will also be delighted to hear that you can avail of micro-chipping and pet health advice from the DSPCA.

 

The great news is that Pets in the City is absolutely free to attend, making this the perfect destination for all the family.

 

Pets in the City will take place in Smithfield Square on Sunday, April 26. For more information, visit the website at www.petsinthecity.ie

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