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Parnell Year of the Dog Art Exhibition ends Sunday

With under a week left to bid online it's time to stake your claim and enter the online bidding game!

20 exclusive one off ‘Dogs of Art’ created for charity by Artists and Celebrities are displayed throughout various Parnell galleries, and retail shops right now for all to view until end of day Sunday, March 4th.

We invite you to pick up a map from local galleries or download from the Parnell website and take yourself on the ‘Dog Walk of Parnell’ before each 1 of the 20 Designer Dogs go under the hammer at the Live Auction on Thursday March 8th.

This is the last chance available before the Live Auction at Jonathan Grant Galleries that you have to establish and secure your interest in any of the ‘Dogs of Art’ by making a pre auction bid.

You are welcome to bid on as many Dogs as you like, with bids over $500 being accepted. You are encouraged to view each Dog before making a bid.

Pre - Live Auction bids can be made through

Proceeds from the Auction go to Starship - National Air Ambulance.

To bid now


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