Domestic Animal Management Strategy community launch event

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  • Location: Elizabeth Daniels Park, Buderim 4556 Queensland

Fun-filled pet and people friendly event with free microchipping   

Don’t fur-get to bring your four-legged friends along to the community launch of Sunshine Coast Council’s Domestic Animal Strategy 2014–2020 this Sunday, from 7.30 - 11.30am, at Elizabeth Daniels Park on Syd Lingard Dr, Buderim.

This is the perfect opportunity to microchip your cat or dog for FREE as well as meet popular TV character, local ‘Agro’ when he officially unveils the strategy with Community Programs Portfolio Councillor Jenny McKay.

The Pet Partnership Team, 4 Paws, Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge and RSPCA will join Council in providing a jam-packed morning with all things important for responsible owners and their pets, including entertainment for people and animals, food stalls, sample bags, animal training and much more.

And who knows? Maybe we’ll make a responsible pet of Agro yet.

Throughout the event, dogs must be on-leash and cats must be in a cage at all times.

·         ‘Agro’ partnering with Cr Jenny McKay to unveil the strategy
·         Free microchipping by Sunshine Coast Council
·         BBQ Breakfast by 4Paws Animal Rescue
·         Morning Tea by Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge
·         RSPCA stall including database tags
·         Sunshine Coast Dog Obedience Club providing dog obedience information and obedience presentation
·         Support groups including Guide Dogs Queensland and WILVOS.

Domestic Animal Management Strategy community launch event
Sunday, November 2 from 7.30-11.30am
Elizabeth Daniels Park, Syd Lingard Drive, Buderim

Sunshine Coast Regional Council :
Locked Bag 72 Sunshine Coast Mail Centre Q 4560, Sunshine Coast Wide
07 5475 7272
1300 007 272
Sunshine Coast Regional Council

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Elizabeth Daniels Park, Buderim

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