To celebrate World Pet Day on Friday 4th October, Dubai Eye 103.8 and The Dubai Pet Shop brings you Pets and Vets live hosted by Helen Farmer. This is your chance to come and hear from an expert panel about what to consider when getting a pet.
Helen Farmer will be joined by Dr Hannah of British Vet Clinic, Tom Lombard Head of Aquatics at The Dubai Pet Shop and Dr Diter from Blue Oasis vet clinic who will answer all of your pet related questions for you and the family.
The Dubai Pet Shop is huge and full of beautiful tropical fish, cute gecko lizards, a full pet grooming parlor as well as all the treats you could imagine for any type of animal. The event will include coffee and lunch with face-painting for the kids, an animal portrait photographer, a chance to meet all of the animals and Dubai Pet Shop goody bags. One lucky attendee will also walk away with the Ultimate Pet Pampering package (6 months worth of grooming).
For your chance to attend the event, please enter your details below. Spaces are limited so be sure to sign up as soon as you can. You must be able to attend on Friday 4th October.
Registration for this event is now closed.
Please note the only pets allowed at the event are dogs and must be kept on a lead.
1:00pm - 2:00pm
2:00pm - 5:00pm
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