Sydney Dog Lovers Show

DOGGIE DAY: Celebrity vet Dr Chris Brown will be at the Sydney Dog Lovers Show from August 5-6. He will take to the stage with a series of new and informative talks.

DOGGIE DAY: Celebrity vet Dr Chris Brown will be at the Sydney Dog Lovers Show from August 5-6. He will take to the stage with a series of new and informative talks.

Hundreds of hounds will be bounding back to Sydney next month for the fourth annual Dog Lovers Show.

Celebrity vet Dr Chris Brown is taking to the stage with a series of new and informative talks, and will be joined by beloved vet Dr Katrina Warren and the Wonderdogs premiering a brand new show – The Wonderdogs Go On Holiday.

The star-studded line up continues with Hero Dog ambassador and Neighbours star Andrew Morley, TV vet Lisa Chimes, Cosmo Bachelor of the Year and RSPCA inspector Ryan Anderson, celebrity animal trainer Peta Clarke (whose credentials include Babe and Legally Blonde the Musical), K9 trainer Steve Austin and discgility pro Rodney Gooch.

The show will feature over 30 NSW shelters in the Rescue Dog Zone where visitors can learn more about adoption, start the process and meet abandoned pooches looking for their fur-ever homes.

Due to safety reasons visitors cannot bring their dogs.

  • Details: Sydney Dog Lovers Show, 9.30am-5pm, August 5-6, Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavilion, Moore Park. Tickets: $13-$71.31 Bookings: dogloversshow.com.au/sydney

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