Liverpool city centre’s annual dog Halloween parade set to return

Liverpool’s annual dog Halloween parade will take place in the city centre this weekend.

The Howl-O-Ween Puppy Parade will take place at the Black Lodge Brewery on Kings Dock Street on Sunday, October 29. Doors will open at 12pm. The parade will start at 12.30pm where dog owners and their pets will show off their Halloween gear.

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After the parade, everyone has the option of returning to the brewery to find out who won best dressed.

At the event will be various stalls, including a dog and human bakery and food and drink will be able to be purchased. People will be able to find out about volunteering, adoption and fostering of dogs at the event also.

It is a £2 donation per dog and the money goes to charity Geordie Bullies Springboard Rescue, a breed specific rescue across the UK for British Bulldogs. In previous years owners and their dogs came out in force, dressing their dogs as as pumpkins, bats and more.

To find out more about the event, please click here.

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