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Dog friendly Loch Lomond Shores hosts Top Dog event
Dog lovers invited to come and enjoy a fun day out with their four-legged family members
On Saturday 9th October Loch Lomond Shores is inviting dog-loving families to come and enjoy a great day out with their four-legged family members.
As well as lots of doggy products on sale at our market stalls – everything from doggy fashion to pupcakes – there will local vet, McKenzie Vets, who will offer health checks, weighing and checking microchips haven’t migrated as well as an agility course from Lomond Flyball team where your dog can have lots of fun.
Audrey Calder from Loch Lomond Shores is delighted to showcase the visitor attraction’s dog-friendly status:
“This event is going to be great for all our regular dog-owning visitors who come for days out. It also emphasises our dog-friendly status, which is something that we’re really proud of.
Many of our stores including Sports Direct, Frasers, Catherine Kinloch and Hawkshead welcome well-behaved dogs in-store and Café Zest even has a dedicated dog-friendly area within their café so visitors can enjoy time indoors as well as outdoors with their pets.”
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