Put your pooch through his paces with agility challenges and free pet checks for local dog-owners in parks.
The Ku ring gai council-run clinics are to keep the area’s 22,000 dogs in good shape. A spokesman said: “The aim is to ensure pets are microchipped and owner’s details are up to date. One of the main ways to trace owners of lost dogs is to check their microchip details against the NSW Companion Animal Register.”
To encourage residents to come along to the free registration checks, Council staff will hold a series of agility challenges at parks in Ku-ring-gai between until December 15th. The aim is for pets to have fun and socialise with other dogs while owners update their microchip details.
The free events are open to all dogs, whether you own a Chihuahua or a Great Dane! Test your dog’s abilities through various obstacles like hoops, tunnels, weaving poles and jumps. The agility challenges and pet checks are happening on December 1, 5pm to 7pm at Bert Oldfield Oval, Rosebery Road, on December 8 from 5 to 7pm at Roseville Park in Clanville Road, Roseville and on December 15, 5pm to 7pm at Golden Jubilee Field, Esk Street, Wahroonga.