Thousands led to City of Wanneroo Dog’s Breakfast at Kingsway

The City of Wanneroo Dog's Breakfast attracted thousands of people and pets.
The City of Wanneroo Dog's Breakfast attracted thousands of people and pets.

THOUSANDS of dog-loving City of Wanneroo residents and their pets packed into Kingsway Regional Sporting Complex on Sunday for the annual Dog’s Breakfast.

Dogs enjoyed washing and grooming services, furlicious food treats and free vet checks, before strutting their stuff on the dogwalk in competitions like Australia’s Next Top Dog Model. My Dog’s Got Talent and Date My Dog.

More than 30 exhibitors showcased their goods and services at the October 21 event, including dog training, doggy day care and animal kinesiology.

Pets put their best paws forward in the dogwalk competitions.

“This year’s Dog’s Breakfast was a fantastic, fur-friendly, family day out,” Mayor Tracey Roberts said.

“My German Shepherds were on their best behaviour as they socialised with all the other breeds, little and large, including Toto, a gorgeous Pomeranian belonging to our event MC Jerrie Demasi.

“It was great to see thousands of people enjoying all of the free activities, checking out what local dog friendly businesses have to offer, but most of all, it was wonderful to see people enjoying time with their fur babies in a 100 per cent dog friendly environment.”

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Free activities for children included a bouncy castle, face painting and a pooch-friendly photo booth.

The City of Wanneroo’s Dog’s Breakfast was sponsored by Channel 9 and the Wanneroo Times and the City invited people who attended to complete a survey here.

The event included dogwalk competitions.