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What’s better than one dog? How about hundreds.
Vancouver’s biggest dog meet-up is returning to Trout Lake Park for another year. Although the event is still over a month away, more than 2,500 people have expressed interest in the meet-up.
The event takes place on Sunday, March 10, and is hosted by Dogs of Vancity, so you can also expect plenty of cute photos for the scrapbook (or the Instagram).
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Any dog owners with a furry friend, that loves to play well with others, is more than invited to join in the festivities and meet hundreds of other canines.
According to organizers, past events have drawn in as many as 1,100 dogs, with anywhere from 500 to 600 canines present at any given time.
Those who don’t have pets are also more than welcome to pay a visit and meet some new friends.
So whether you’re into corgis, labradors, or wire fox terriers, you’d best come on down and get in on the fun.
Where: Trout Lake Park – 2100 E 13th Avenue, Vancouver
Time: 12 to 3 pm
When: Sunday, March 10, 2019
Admission: Free of charge