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Slobber Bakery Cooking Class – Cupcake

Fancy making cupcakes as a treat for your beloved doggies by yourself? Join this Bakery Class by Slobber Bakery and have fun! We are very happy to include them in our Doggie Playdate on 30 May! *Limited Space only, please check out the link to register.   活動日期 : 2015年5月30日 活動時間 : 14:00 – 15:00 活動地點…

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The 8th Professional Canine Trainer Course〔P.C.T.C.〕2015

Hong Kong needs more outstanding and serious dog trainers,professional dog trainer program is designed to provide simulated field,for students to receive comprehensive learning elements and experience this professional career.At the beginning of this dog trainer course,a puppy will be provided as a training material,during the course,students need to take care of dogs,giving social education include…

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HK SPCA Flag Day

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) will celebrate Flag Day on Saturday, July 25th. This year, we hope to raise HK$2.8 million to fund our efforts in animal rescue and cruelty prevention, animal desexing and adoption services. We are now looking for 8,000 volunteers to participate. Please join and invite your…

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Shop owner held over suspected dog soup

A 49-year-old woman, arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty, was escorted back to her home as police investigate the alleged slaughter of a dog whose bones appear to have been used to make Vietnamese noodle soup for customers. A Vietnamese grocery store in Sham Shui Po, owned by the suspect surnamed Lai allegedly served up…

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Cesar Millan Macau LIVE – Love your Dogs Tour 2015

International dog behavior expert Cesar Millan, will tour Asia this summer with his educational and entertaining live show, sharing his unique techniques on how to establish a balanced and happy relationship with dogs. Millan is the preeminent authority in the field of dog rehabilitation. He will share his philosophy of trust, respect and love with…

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Naming rights up for grabs for first HK-born guide dogs

They’re a tiny dent on a big number but the first Hong Kong-born seeing-eye dogs could quickly fill the need for 1,700 of them if bred successfully. But first, there’s the small matter of naming them. For HK$50,000 (US$6,450) any one can have naming rights to each of the four newly born labrador female pups…