Pets In The City festival returns to Dublin later this month
In many ways, the purr-fect day out. Sorry.
The fifth annual Pets in the City festival hits up Dublin city centre this month, promising much in the way of entertainment for animal lovers, and it's completely free.
Taking place on Smithfield Square on Sunday 29 April from 11:30am - 4:30pm; the family-friendly bash invites dogs to take part in special agility workshops and the Scruffs Dog Show.
A range of dedicated stalls with offer deals on a variety of pet accessories, grooming products, toys and novelty items.
The Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, meanwhile, will be on hand to provide services such as micro-chipping as well as dispensing valuable pet health advice.
More than just cats and dogs, Pets in the City will also boast an exotic animal area, a reptile corner and an animal farm for visitors to interact with.
Speaking at the launch on Monday, Lord Mayor of Dublin Mícheál MacDonncha hailed the upcoming spectacular:
“This event is the perfect opportunity for the entire family, and their pets, to enjoy a day out in the centre of Dublin City," he said.
"Apart from learning to better care for your own family pet, there will be lots to discover, from reptiles to Irish Wolfhounds.”
For more information, visit the official Pets in the City website.