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RSPCA Dog show at Stanley Park

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Where: Stanley Park
When: 25/08/2013 from 10:00 am

The dog show is on the 25th of August in Stanley Park (next to the netball courts).
Registration for dog show categories such as best bitch, best veteran and best sausage catcher begins at 10am.
Judging for the 22 categories begins at 11am.
There is a DJ, live entertainment, magic, face painting, and other animal rescue centres and dog trainers there for the day.
Also free microchipping available!!!!

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Stanley Park

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