Doggy Easter Egg Hunt – MADRA

Event Description

This Easter Sunday bring along your four legged friend and join MADRA for our first ever Doggy Easter Egg Hunt.

The hunt will take place in Cappagh Park, Knocknacarra and will be a great day out for all the family. Follow the trail of hidden clues to find treats for you and your furry friend.
Registration is open from 12 and you can set off on the hunt anytime between 12 and 2. This is not a race, there will be treats along the way for all participants and everyone who takes part will get entered into the raffle for the main Easter hamper prize.

There will be two different hunts, one for kids/families and a more difficult one for adults. If you don’t have a dog you are still welcome to participate. If you don’t have a dog and would like to borrow one for the day there will be lots of MADRA dogs available and eager to help you sniff out the clues! This must be arranged in advance so please contact us before the event to secure a dog.

There will be face painting on the day from 12-2 and tea and cakes will be served all afternoon. Entry costs €5 per child, €7 per adult or €25 per family. All proceeds go to supporting our rescue dogs so please come along and join us for what promises to be eggsellent day out 😉 we hope to see you there!

This event is kindly sponsored by The Dog Company, a Galway based grooming parlour and kennel facility run by qualified dog grooming professional John Madden. For more info on our wonderful sponsor please visit www.thedogcompany.ie.

 

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  • April 16, 2017
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    - Registration Start Time : 12:00 am

Location

Venue:  

Address:
Cappagh Park, Knocknacarra, Galway, Galway, Ireland

Cause Details

MADRA

MADRA is a Connemara based dog rescue & re-homing facility whose ultimate and overall aim is to ensure that all dogs have permanent, loving homes. MADRA works to educate members of the general public to have a responsible attitude towards dogs and their welfare and to help create a world where no healthy, good-natured dogs are killed merely because they are considered to be a surplus number.