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【愛協@數碼港商場:與狗狗歡度夏日】活動:尋找你的狗狗家人! "Ashare@Cyberport Shopping Mall: Celebrating Summer with Dogs" Event: Find Your Canine Family!

"Cyberport" is a venue located in the Cyberport Mall that offers various dog-related activities. They will be hosting a series of fun and beneficial events for dog owners and their furry companions to participate in.

First, there will be a dog socializing and etiquette workshop led by Sunny Tang, a senior dog behavior trainer from the Love Animal Association. This workshop provides on-site guidance for owners and dogs to learn proper social etiquette in urban living. Participants will also have the opportunity to have one-on-one consultations with the Love Animal Association's dog behavior trainers to gain more useful professional advice. After the workshop, owners and dogs can enjoy brunch together at Interval | Farmacy in Cyberport, creating a relaxing day. The workshop will take place from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM and costs $550.

Additionally, Messy Jam will be hosting a workshop for making unique dog tags and coasters. Participants will use materials such as resin gel, glitter, and dried flowers to create one-of-a-kind dog tags and coasters. After completing the workshop, participants can also enjoy brunch at Interval | Farmacy. This workshop is suitable for children aged 4 or above and will take place from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM, costing $650.

In addition to the craft workshops, there will also be an adoption event. In this activity, Sunny will share guidelines for welcoming a newly adopted dog into the home and introduce the situations and care methods for the first 3 days, 3 weeks, or even 3 months of the dog's life. Then, the Love Animal Association will facilitate meet-ups between potential adopters and dogs available for adoption, conducting "flash dates" to instantly match suitable dogs with participants. This adoption event will take place from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM, with free online registration or on-site registration.

In conclusion, Cyberport is a venue that offers various dog activities, including dog socializing and etiquette workshops, dog tag and coaster craft workshops, and adoption events. These activities not only allow dog owners and their dogs to learn new skills but also provide an opportunity for interaction with other dog owners and dog lovers. Participants can also enjoy delicious food at Interval | Farmacy, making it a delightful outing. Come to Cyberport and join these activities together!

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