What's On at Animal Aid
Animal Aid’s Annual Trivia Night!
.Come dress in music inspired attire – We want to see you looking sharp and thinking outside the Bachs. On a different note – when the trivia concludes, we will be upping the tempo with with a DJ and dancing.
Book your table today, tickets are limited – if you miss out there’ll be treble!
For further information or prize donation enquires, email email@example.com or call (03) 8756 1335
Discovery Dog 2019
Registrations Opening – 21.06.2019
Ready your pooches and get set for Discovery Dog – An Amazing Race!Your will need speed, skills and smarts to win! This epic adventure will see each team locate checkpoints. At each checkpoint you’ll need to complete a challenge these may involve eating competitions, construction tasks, cryptic puzzles, creative photo challenges all while keeping an eye on the time and trying to get to the finish line as quickly as possible.
Adventure Dog 2020 is going to be bigger, muddier and even more adventurous!
Does your dog love getting out and about, leaping and bounding, wading through water and muddy meadows? We’re welcoming all dog lovers and their canine pals to take part in Adventure Dog – A Cross Country Challenge, help us raise money to care for the animals at Animal Aid.
Through My Eyes
Photo Gallery by Sarah Arthur
We see animals through their journey from lost to found, homelessness to happiness. This journey has been beautifully captured by Sarah Arthur, Photographer and Animal Aid Volunteer. Sarah’s images will be displayed and available for purchase with all profits donated directly to Animal Aid.
Look into the eyes of these animals, and you’ll see what we see.
Details about the gallery:
– Opening Night: Saturday 25th May, 7pm
– Location: Bond Street Event Centre, Sale
– Nibbles provided, Drinks available at bar. Photos will stay on display until 25th June
– Contact: 0412 831 651
Dog Walking Group
Dog Walking Group
First Saturday, Every Month!
You can support Animal Aid AND exercise your dog at the same time by participating in the walking group organised by Animal Aid supporters. On the first Saturday of each month, a group meets at a designated point along the Warburton Rail Trail for a walk to help raise funds for shelter animals in need of special veterinary care. Everybody is welcome, whether a dog owner or not. All walks are suitable for prams and strollers, although it can be a little rough in some places. All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. The walk lasts for approximately 2 hours.