14 Dec 2018

SG Dog Fest @ The Grand Stand

The Singapore Dog Festival is the only event of its kind in Singapore, meant to celebrate the local dog community and canine culture. We seek to bring to life different types of novel and interesting events, workshops and fun activities for dogs, their owners, and canine enthusiasts!

Held with the vision of curating unique events targeted at bringing dog lovers from all walks of life, Singapore Dog Festival™ hopes to celebrate Singapore's unique, local dog culture! Be a part of the canine community, as we come together to feature local and international dog product vendors, host educational talks, sharing sessions between dog owners, and fun activities in a weekend of celebrating (and indulging) our beloved furry companions who call Singapore home!

Whether you are a dog owner, enthusiast, or simply curious to learn about Man’s Best Friend, join us with your friends and family for 3 days of fun-filled activities, Christmas shopping and revel in the spirit of giving!

Event Highlights:

-3 days of night market by over 20 reputable international and local brands of products for both humans and our canine friends

-Free Goodie bags and taste testing by Nurture pro

-Lucky Draws and Best Dressed Christmas competitions with amazing prizes

Just snap a photo at the festival grounds for a chance to enter our Best Dressed Contest and win up to $500 in prizes!

- Free Doggy Nail Clipping by Pawsolution

Enjoy a complimentary nail clipping session at PawSolution and find out about how to craft a basic grooming routine at home.

- The Great CAS Give-Back

Help Causes For Animals (CAS)  by donating common household items such as clean towels, old (used or clean) toys, treats and food for the shelter animals

-A Paw-mily photobooth by Beneath the Fur

-Dog training workshops by Sabrina Dog Training

-DIY X’mas card Crafting

-Pet Portraits with a Cause

Customize a unique portrait with our visiting illustrators, where a portion of profits will be donated to a local animal shelter in need of funds to support their continued rescue and rehabilitation efforts.