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Dog Day Afternoon @ Cuckoo Callay - Newtown on November 14-15


Cuckoo Callay will be hosting Sydney's ultimate furbaby festival - Dog Day Afternoon (inspired by Al Pacino in the movie Dog Day Afternoon), in support of the RSPCA.

On the weekend of Saturday November 14 - Sunday November 15 the cafe will transform its outdoor space into pooch pampering heaven with canine-friendly treats, puppy toys, puppucinos, and even a doggy day spa.

There will be gourmet dawgz for the crowds to indulge in and bubbles by Laurent Perrier and Pizzini, as well as live music and more pup-inspired entertainment.

The main feature of the festival is Cuckoo’s Doggy Dress Up Parade, where 15 dogs will battle it out in their kookiest costumes to become Newtown’s next top dog each day. It’s going to be next-level cuteness! 

Up to $1500 worth of prizes will be up for grabs thanks to the festival’s organiser Cuckoo Callay and its proud partners, Pet Circle, Paws of Fun, and Laurent-Perrier

A number of prominent, self-confessed dog lovers have put their hand up to judge the competition, including Tim Dormer (Member for Newtown), Jenny Leong, and Tiffany Farrington, while comedian Scotty Dettrick will act as MC.

Where: Cuckoo Callay, Newtown Railway Station, 342A King Street, Newtown

When: Sat 14th November – Sun 15th November, from 10am until 4pm

Cost: Free (a donation of $50 is required if you’d like to register your dog in the dress-up competition).

For more details or to register your dog in the parade, visit the Cuckoo Callay Facebook page.


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