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Simon Leo Brown
October 30, 2017 20:08:01
The Port’s Howl-o-ween parade raised money for the Lost Dog’s Home.
But it was not all about looking fetching.Each $10 registration fee went to the Lost Dog’s Home in North Melbourne, one of Australia’s largest animal welfare charities. A Halloween paw-rade of dressed-up dogs has struck terrier into the heart of Port Melbourne. External Link:
A dog dressed as Pennywise from IT at Howl-o-ween
He told ABC Radio Melbourne’s Jon Faine the suburb boasted many attractions for dogs and their owners.”There’s a lot of dog activities. (Supplied: Candela Photography)
Inner suburb a muttropolisPMBA president Paul Littman said the event was an attempt to bring the local community of Port Melbourne together. (Supplied: Candela Photography)
This is the second year the Port Melbourne Business Association (PMBA) has organised a dog costume parade, although it is the first year it has been done specifically for Halloween.Costumes included witches, bats and Pennywise the Clown from Stephen King’s IT. The Port’s Howl-O-Ween event on Sunday saw hundreds of costumed dogs and their equally outfitted owners parade through the streets of the inner-Melbourne suburb.The spooky pooches even had their own trick-or-treat, with doggy delights handed out at various points along the walk.Halloween event a furry first
More than 250 dogs were registered for the event. Many owners dressed to match their pooches, with one woman opting to dress as Batman to her dog’s Robin. We’ve got a dog beach, dog walks, dog parks.”He said PMBA believed Rouse Street, Port Melbourne may be the most densely populated dog street in Melbourne. Supporting dogs doing it ruffOrganisers said more than 250 dogs had been registered to take part in the event. External Link:
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Howloween fb post Founded in 1910, The Lost Dog’s Home cares for more than 26,000 animals every year. Photo:
Many owners dressed to match their pets.