Want puppy cuddles? You can’t miss out on this op’paw’tunity – HerCanberra


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Bringing their Pat and Chat to take over the lawns of Old Parliament House on Saturday 26 November, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is offering a one-day-only op’paw’tunity to learn more about the work of Guide Dogs—and play with some puppies in the process.
Combining cute canines with conversations about how the dogs support the lives of those living with low vision and blindness, their training, and how clients are matched with their companion, this is the perfect Saturday morning event for anyone interested in learning more about Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
But if you just want to play with puppies, you’re welcome to join in on the furry fun as well.
To make the event even more paw-some (sorry), there will also be pup-arazzi about with a doggie-themed photo wall—because what’s an event without an Insta post?
Tickets are $10 and are sure to sell quickly—so get in fast! You’ll be feeling a bit ruff if you miss out on this.
THE ESSENTIALS
What: Pat and Chat Canberra
When: Saturday 26 November, 9 am – 12 pm
Where: Old Parliament House, 18 King George Terrace, Parkes
Web: Tickets and more information from events.humanitix.com
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