Central Coast Dogs in the Park

October 19th, 2016

November 20

Memorial Park at The Entrance will be hosting a fun day of activities for dogs when Dogs in the Park rolls in to town.

It’s the first in what organisers hope will become an annual event, so head on down with your pooch in tow for events like mini dog racing and an agility course, both of which are open for anyone with an eligible dog to enter.

Also check out the main event, the Dogdocks competition, the most exciting diving contest for dogs.

The event starts at 8:30am and registration is expected to open soon.

For more information, visit theentrance.org.au/whats-on/events/98-central-coast-dogs-in-the-park

Memorial Park
46 Marine Parade,
The Entrance

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4 Responses to Central Coast Dogs in the Park

  1. Exciting News !!!!!
    Central Coast DockDogs has now open registration for you to Try DockDogs for beginners on the 20th November 2016.
    Pre-Registration are now available on http://www.dockdogs.com for dogs in the park.
    To register your dog in the most exciting DockDogs try DockDogs For Beginners to hit the Central Coast , Goto http://www.dockdogs.com scroll down to Event Calendar and find Dogs in the Park event, By Scrolling to 20th November 2016,
    Click event then Blue Button to Event Schedule and click on register today.
    Log in if you have a DockDogs account , if not please register an account
    Click on upcoming events, then click on Dogs in the Park.
    Click on register for the event , then select the event & then next.
    Confirm the events entered into and then make payment, and now you have confirmed you spot for Try For Beginners. See You there on the Day

  2. The event will be based around our draw card attractions where locals can participate in all activities such as Central Coast DockDogs Club Competition or even “Have-a-Go”, Wally’s Doggie Rescue Community Agility Race course and the ever popular Mini-Dog Races. Proposed activities for the event include dog sport demonstrations, best dressed pet competitions, dog races competitions, dog trick contest and interactive stalls. The opportunity also exists to raise money for a dog related charitable organisation such as Wally’s Doggie Rescue.