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The quote 'A dog is man's best friend' is one that is rather hackneyed; however, there's no denying that it is absolutely true. The furry little doggos are loved by almost all and these little balls of joy really help us destress.

If you're someone who just can't get enough dogs in their life, then you've got to head over to the coolest event in town. On Sunday, you can spend your day watching doggos try their hands (read paws) at some fun stuff, even cuddle with them and a lot more.

What's buzzing?

At this dog show and adventure fest in Indore, dog owners can interact with professional trainers, veterinarians and dog experts. The experts can then further guide people on how to take the best care of their furry friends. The best part is that you know you're getting only the best opinions from people who know what they're talking about.

Dogs have long been more than just pets and animals for most people, they have become an essential part of our families. For many people, dogs are more like children, and their care must be taken in the best possible way.

As for the dog show itself, the ambitious doggos will go ahead and show off what they know, their tricks, their lush hair and most of all, their cutesy faces. Here, you will be able to spot some of the most well groomed dogs you've ever seen.

Just being at this place is a relaxing experience. Wherever you look, you can find a new doggo to play with, and honestly, what more are you asking for?

What's in it for us humans?

Well, the name of the event has 'adventure' in it, so that's what you get. Here, you can partake in fun filled activities such as zorbing, trekking, shooting, ATV rides and other exciting adventures in the adventure fest. The event really seems like the one stop for everything fun.

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When it comes to fun things to do in Indore, sometimes, you just want a different experience. Something that comforts you, something tangible that makes you feel alive once again, and that is exactly what you're getting at the dog show happening tomorrow.

When: 17 November

Where: Fagun Gardens, Indore

Book your tickets here.

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