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2020 Canine Cup Screening Adelaide - March 9

Screening of The Canine Cup: the race that makes the nation paws ...

The Adelaide Canine Cup is the dog lovers alternative to the Adelaide Cup horse race. 

The Canine Cup is a luncheon held on the Adelaide Cup Public Holiday, however these ‘races’ of dogs running (or not running if they don’t feel like it!) to their owners at the finish line were all pre-recorded back in October 2019.

For your viewing pleasure there will be five separate races shown on the big screen on the day.

The pre-recorded races feature:

1. All Scottish dogs (Cairns, Westies and Scotties)
2. All Iggy (Italian Greyhounds)
3. All Bernese Mountain Dogs
4. All big dog breeds
5. All small dogs (including celebrity guest Mr. Chuck the Dachshund)
You can view the ‘cast’ at 

During that time, you can enter sweeps to win cash on the day, enjoy live music and cuddle rescue dogs plus brilliant prizes up for grabs in both a silent auction and a raffle as well as an unlimited photo booth, a 3-course lunch, a gift bag and a glass of sparkling on arrival all included in the $85 per person ticket price.

Following the success of 2 consecutive sellout years - the Adelaide Canine Cup raised $5,000 in 2018 and $7,000 in 2019 - the aim is to raise $10,000 in 2020

The organisers would like to thank their major sponsors:
Scratch Pet FoodFluff and Stuff Pet PhotographyNutmeg Creative; Cafe Komodo

When: Monday 9th March 2020, from 12:00pm to 4:00pm 

Where: Plant 4 Bowden, 5 Third St, Bowden, SA, 5008 

Cost: $85.00 per person.

For the latest details or to book, visit the 2020 Canine Cup Facebook page.

All proceeds go to Guardian Angel Animal Rescue which assists them in:
✔️ rescuing and rehoming dogs throughout SA 
✔️ helping regional areas with vet work and de-sexing and
✔️ aiming to stop the cycle of unwanted litters in remote communities. 

About Guardian Angel Animal Rescue (GAAR): 
Founded in 2013, over the last six years GAAR has successfully rescued and rehomed over 1,200 dogs from all over South Australia.

GAAR’s volunteers work tirelessly to ensure every dog that comes into their care receives the help they need and eventually finds a loving forever home.

For more information about GAAR, please visit

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