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Spoil your pooch in splendour at the Tudor Hotel

The Tudor Hotel in Redfern is hosting a lively event to share with your furry, canine friends.

Splendour in The Dog House will bring together a community of dog lovers for food and drinks on Saturday, July 16, 2022.

This fun-packed dog party is a special Saturday afternoon event, which will feature DJ BABYSHAM pumping out the tunes from 12pm – 4pm, a pet photographer capturing all the fun moments, and also goodie bags.

Pupsy is a co-host for the event and stalls include:
Dog Training Lifestyle
Kayla’s creations portraits
Pawfect diner
Southern Cross vets
Pointer Apparel

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For further information or to make a reservation visit: https://tudorhotel.com.au/portfolio/splendour-in-the-dog-house/
The Tudor Hotel is at 90 Pitt St, Redfern.

 

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