My Experience at the Melbourne Dog Lovers Show October 2022

 I was having so much fun at The Dog Lovers Show. Unfortunately visitors are not allowed to bring their dogs  in a service/assistant dogs or the dogs who “got a job” to do in the show. 

Dog Lovers Show Entrance at Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre














It was a 3 days Dog Lover Show and I was there on Day 1 at 9:30am; early bird with online ticket I didn’t need to line up at all, even for the coffee. I purposely went on Friday to avoid the weekend crowd. I was at the Petstock stage area meeting Lara S; the gorgeous host at the TV show “Pooches At Play”. Lovely Lara has signed her 2 books for Romeo. 















I have watched a few dogs going on the agility course, which were amazing. 


There are Pugs ready for adoption. 


I have met some Samoyed, Dachshund, Corgis, Akita, Great Dane, French bulldog, German Shepard, Poodles and a few more. We Won a few prizes from Schmackos, Vitapet, Bell & Bones and League of Pets. Hooman were having fun too. 

Overall, I was exhausted after “playing” in the Dog Lovers Show and went home with a bag full of toys and snacks for Romeo. 

If there is anyone still deciding whether they should go, I would suggest JUST GO!  It is fun and lots of things to look at if you have a dog or you are looking for some gifts for your dog lover friends or family. 

However, if you missed the chance to go to the Dog Lovers Show, you can still get an extraodinary bandana as a gift for your dog or for your dog lover friends; visit



-- Romeo Mama 14th Oct 2022

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