As pet lovers in Malaysia, sometimes we wish that we could bring our adorable furkids with us wherever we go but for obvious reasons, we can’t always do that. However, there is a special event in one of Klang Valley’s green outdoor spaces that welcomes you and your dogs! OMG, where??
Yes, this special event is the Pet Bazaar that is happening at Desa ParkCity and it is happening now! In fact, it is not only for one weekend but will reportedly take place every last weekend of the month. According to EatPrayLove Malaysia’s post, the event will have about more than 20 stalls of things that you can buy to treat your cute little pooches.
Based on popular demand since their similar happening event in May, they decided to organise the event again. The stalls at the park will have food, apparel and other doggy paraphernalia that you is made especially for your pet. Even if you are not planning to shop or even have a pet, you can drop by to play and admire the beautiful pets that will be roaming around the park. Can’t wait to make new furry friends!
Of course, there will be multiple food trucks at the event that sells delicious human food so you can be sure that it’s not only your dogs that will be enjoying the food there. Best of all, there is no entrance fee so you can stay there for as long as you want!
Currently, they have announced that the events will take place on 28 to 30 July, 25 to 27 August and 29 August to 1 October. The event starts from 3.00pm to 10.00pm so mark it down on your calendar and bring your doggies over there for a fun and exciting time.
BRB, preparing to play with all the adorable pooches at the Pet Bazaar!
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