Pets in the Park Gala Dinner

Mummy and I are really excited to be attending the

Pets in the Park Gala Dinner

on Thursday 14th of November.

We will be performing one of our routines for the guests and a meet and greet during the canapés (this really means cuddle time …… oh and plenty of photos)

Really excited it will be an amazing night.

*** Limited Tickets still available – head over the Pets in the Park Website for more information ***

Love Jackson xxx


About Pets in the Park

Pets In The Park is a free pet clinic provided for the homeless or less fortunate who have animal companions.
The clinic is run by volunteer vets and vet nurses who believe that everybody who loves their pet deserves access to veterinary care.

Pets in the Park (PITP) aims to support, build relationships with and improve the wellbeing of homeless people in society living with animal companions. Many people who are experiencing homelessness own pets that play a significant role in their lives. These much loved pets offer unconditional love, companionship, emotional support and security – basic human needs that are often not met elsewhere. Although pet ownership greatly enriches the lives of those who are homeless, it also comes at a significant financial cost. Annual vaccinations, flea treatment, routine worming, and de-sexing and microchipping an animal costs hundreds of dollars.

PITP is a registered charity with DGR (deductible gift recipient) status that runs free monthly pet health clinics in Darlinghurst and Parramatta and free quarterly de-sexing clinics. PITP is run completely by volunteer veterinarians and veterinary nurses, and strives to provide emotional and educational support to owners and practical help to their pets in a social and friendly environment. By reducing the financial burden of pet ownership, and by promoting access to human social services by operating in partnership with established providers such as Rough Edges Darlinghurst, PITP aims to make a difference to both animals and people in Sydney experiencing homelessness.

For more information about Pets in the Park visit their social media below :-

Pets In the Park Website

Pets in the Park Facebook Page


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