Yellow Brick Road Leads to the Brookfield Animal Country Fair

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Get ready for the annual country fair, an event organised by the Brookfield Produce & Pet Pavilion and Brookfield Vet, to be held this year on the 16th of July at the store.

From 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., enjoy family-friendly activities and events. There will be a range of activities that must not be missed, such as Surgery Tours of Brookfield Vet, Dog Beauty Competitions & Best Dressed Pet, pony rides, and petting zoos. There are also going to be a showcase of exotic birds and displays of fancy chicken breeds that you can interact with.

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There will be loads of family activities such as face painting, a watermelon eating contest, egg & spoon races, ball games and kids crafts to keep the young ones busy.

 

Down the Yellow Brick Road

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This year’s event theme is The Wizard of Oz. Everyone is encouraged to come as Dorothy, the Scarecrow, or the Tin Woodsman! Or maybe even come as Glinda or the wizard himself. Make sure to have your pets in costume too. Awesome prizes await the most awesome costumes.

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A Chance to Give a Pet a Lovely Home

Aside from all the fun this event will bring, you can also get the chance to adopt a pet. New Beginnings Greyhound Adoption and Precious Paws Animal Rescue will be at the event along with dogs that are ready for adoption.

 

Animal Knowledge

A few animals specialists will also be on site to talk about animal welfare and nutrition.

 

Always for a Cause

A BBQ cookout will be held by New Beginnings and Precious Paws to raise funds for animal welfare. All profits will go towards the organisation’s causes. A Toffee Apple Sale and a Bake Sale will be hosted by the Brookfield Produce & Pet Pavilion, for the benefit of Precious Paws.

 

The Wizard

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The Brookfield Produce & Pet Pavilion was established in 1975. They started off as a local produce store and soon expanded to animal welfare and nutrition through selling animal products. Today, they also provide expert advice on animal care, supplies, and even plumbing and irrigation services for pet needs.

The store has become the go-to place for animal owners in the suburb and nearby suburbs.

Admission is free.