The first event takes place this Sunday (18th June, 2018) at and tickets are each — which you can enter a ballot for here.All profits going to the Sydney Dogs and Cats Home.Time-poor dog owners now have an even larger network of free doggy day (or night) carers, looking to share the unconditional love (and responsibility) of their canine companion.The benefits of having a dog in your life go further than on demand furry snuggles, according to a 2015 Harvard Medical School report called "Get Healthy, Get a Dog", which found that people who have dogs in their lives are healthier overall.People who aren’t yet ready for a long-term commitment are still invited to drop by for a casual flirt.RSPCA WA’s Executive Manager Animal Services, Dr Jess Moore-Jones is hopeful that the event will lead to the adoption of some of the dogs in RSPCA WA’s care, with a handful of dogs needing a leg up to find their happy-ever-after.We can imagine it will look something like this: You can also BYOD (Bring Your Own Dog) along if you want your furry friend to get in on the action and meet some eligible puppers themselves.
” The line sparked serious backlash and has since been edited -- but not before animal rights activists reacted and slammed Perry for the statement.
She filmed a series of advertisements for Myer, an Australian department store chain, which is giving away tickets to her show.
In a promotional video for the store, Perry appears with her pet and tells viewers how they can snag 8,000 free tickets to her concert in Australia.
“While the event will be a bit of fun, for both the public and our dogs; its purpose is really to help our dogs find the loving homes they deserve,” said Dr Moore-Jones.
“We always encourage people to ‘adopt, don’t shop’, and to give homeless, neglected and abandoned animals another chance in life.