Are You Ready for This Spawtacular Easter Egg Hunt for Pooches in Clayfield?

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As part of the world’s biggest doggy Easter Hunt, Mad Paws is bringing their eggciting event for pooches in Brisbane.

On Saturday, 13 April 2019, dog lovers can bring their fur-babies along and take part in Brisbane’s first Easter Egg Hunt for dogs in Clayfield.

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Expected to be the world’s largest Easter Egg Hunt for dogs, the event will simultaneously start at 11:00 a.m. at Kalinga Park and several other venues across five states and territories.

Apart from Clayfield, Brisbane, other doggy Easter Egg Hunts will take place at Sydney, Canberra, Darwin, and Melbourne.

Those who will be able to attend this special event will not only be part of Brisbane’s first Easter hunt exclusive for dogs but will also get the chance to meet and mingle with other fur-babies and paw-rents who will make history.

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What is an Easter Egg Hunt for dogs?

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In this event, dogs will be celebrating Easter with a quest to find dog-friendly Easter treats hidden around Kalinga Park. As if the treats are not enough for your furry friend to enjoy the day, more prizes also await the dog who finds the most Easter treats!

This is probably one of the best ways for dog-lovers to celebrate Easter with their beloved pets. Take note that the event also includes fun games and free advice from dog trainers. Pet-owners will also have a chance to be part of Brisbane’s thriving community of dog lovers.

Entry to Brisbane’s Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs is free and open for everyone to enjoy.