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H2O Xtreams doggie day out!

Press Release – 23 June 2008


H2O Xtreams doggie day out!

It will be a dogs day out at H2O Xtream on Sunday 29 June! As they are closing for three months it’s the perfect opportunity for people to bring along their dogs to have some fun in the pool.

The water won’t have any chlorine in it so it will be perfectly safe for your dogs to jump in and have fun. There will be fancy dress, swimming races, and bombing competitions. Each event will be broken in to size ranges so even the small dogs get to have a fair go.

There will be displays from Upper Hutt Dog Training School and A Grade Animals Action Ltd so it’s guaranteed fun for all of the family. Even P.T from Bridge to Terabithia will be there!

The proceeds from the day will be given to Upper Hutt Animal Rescue – so bring along your best doggie family friend at midday on Sunday with your $5 to register and have a great day out with the dogs!


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