Upcoming events

Responsible Dog Ownership Day

  • Date: 23 November 2017
  • Location: St Mary Cray Recreation Ground, Park Road, Orpington BR5 4AS
  • Time: 11:00 - 15:00
  • Cost: Free

In partnership with Dogs Trust advice on responsible dog ownership.

Dog with collar

Free, microchipping, responsible dog ownership advice, nail clipping, basic health check, weight check, and poo bags.

£35 neutering vouchers will also be available for certain breeds of dog.

Microchipping offer 

Is open to dog owners aged 18 or over regardless of benefit status, subject to availability and resources of Dog Trust.

All breeds of dog are welcome; however Dogs Trust will not chip active hunting hounds or litters of puppies. The Dogs Trust asks that puppies under 6 months old are fully vaccinated and proof of vaccinations are brought along to the event. If your puppy has recently been vaccinated, they must be carried for the 10 days following their final vaccination.

Health checks 

Where offered, the basic health check is for ears, teeth, coat condition and general fitness only. No other veterinary treatment will be available. If your dog requires treatment for any problems found during the basic health check you will be advised to see a veterinary surgeon.

Event organiser: Bromley Council and Dogs Trust

Telephone: 0300 303 8658 (Environmental Campaigns Officer, Bromley Council)

Web: www.bromley.gov.uk/dogs and www.dogstrust.org.uk

Happening Today, 23 November 2017

Responsible Dog Ownership Day

  • Date: 23 November 2017
  • Location: St Mary Cray Recreation Ground, Park Road, Orpington BR5 4AS
  • Time: 11:00 - 15:00
  • Cost: Free

In partnership with Dogs Trust advice on responsible dog ownership.

Dog with collar

Free, microchipping, responsible dog ownership advice, nail clipping, basic health check, weight check, and poo bags.

£35 neutering vouchers will also be available for certain breeds of dog.

Microchipping offer 

Is open to dog owners aged 18 or over regardless of benefit status, subject to availability and resources of Dog Trust.

All breeds of dog are welcome; however Dogs Trust will not chip active hunting hounds or litters of puppies. The Dogs Trust asks that puppies under 6 months old are fully vaccinated and proof of vaccinations are brought along to the event. If your puppy has recently been vaccinated, they must be carried for the 10 days following their final vaccination.

Health checks 

Where offered, the basic health check is for ears, teeth, coat condition and general fitness only. No other veterinary treatment will be available. If your dog requires treatment for any problems found during the basic health check you will be advised to see a veterinary surgeon.

Event organiser: Bromley Council and Dogs Trust

Telephone: 0300 303 8658 (Environmental Campaigns Officer, Bromley Council)

Web: www.bromley.gov.uk/dogs and www.dogstrust.org.uk

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