DAY OUT: Sean Kirkpatrick and labrador Harry.
DAY OUT: Sean Kirkpatrick and labrador Harry.

Fun-packed activities planned at Links Pet Centre

GET prepared for an awesome day out with your pooch at The Links Pet Centre this weekend.

Centre director Barbara Kirkpatrick said about 4000 people used the centre each year and the day would be an opportunity to showcase the aquatic centre, retail shop, grooming services and off-leash areas to make sure everyone who visits has as much fun as possible in a safe and friendly environment.

"We aim to create a fun, informative, free community event where people can win prizes, play games, have access to new products, see one-of-a-kind demonstrations by Sean Kirkpatrick and unique pet displays," Mrs Kirkpatrick said.

"Our large numerous kennels and large newly-renovated cattery positions The Links as one of largest animal boarding facilities in south-east Queensland.

"This enables us to give a premium service at a fraction of the price."

For your chance to win a three-night getaway to Coolum head to the centre by 1pm on Sunday.

Tickets in the draw will be given to customers each time they board, swim, train or groom their dogs or cats with the team.

There will also be a jumping castle, face painting, games, prizes and giveaways, Ipswich City Council pet microchipping information and vouchers and facility tours.

Phone 3397 2000 or 3818 2000, email info@thelinks.net.au or visit thelinks.net.au.



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