India’s biggest pet festival ‘Pet Fed’ is all set to make a comeback, in a grand way, with its third annual edition for two days in Delhi starting December 17. The event, which will take place at the NSIC Grounds, Okhla between 10am and 8pm, will highlight the fest’s aim at making an attempt towards a ‘Guinness World Record’ for dogs.
More than 25,000 people and 3000 pets are expected to turn up so as to break the World record for most number of dogs wearing bandanas, the current record being 764 in Australia. Pet Fed is aiming to break that by twice the margin.
The festival will also have a fashion show for pets. The showstopper will be fashion icon and actor Dino Morea, who will be walking the ramp with one of the lucky visiting dogs for which Pet Fed is running a contest on their Facebook page.
Morea says, “I believe it is a pet owner’s sole responsibility to indulge into such fun platforms dedicated to their pets as it is nothing but a mere attempt to make them feel special in exchange of the unconditional love that they shower on us every day. I am hoping to interact with an enormous amount of people along with their beautiful pets.”
With 3 acres of lush green area and 10,000 square foot off-leash zones, the numbers of activities are nearly doubled with dog swings and rides, dedicated cat zone, pet bakeries and much more this year.
The highlights will also include a special art gallery for dogs made scientifically in a way for the dogs to be able to recognize the patterns and a one of a kind doggy café in partnership with Puppychino, serving everything from doggy beer to doggy pizza and everything in between.