Pawsitively Perfect Day At Queen Mary’s Doggie Paradise

Queen Mary’s Doggie Paradise

It’s been about 6 years since our beloved Riley passed away. He was a big 8lb golden retriever with a heart of gold and his sister Trixie was owned by the author Dean Koontz. My daughter is turning 9 this year and she has been begging for another dog.  So maybe an adoption is the way to go!
The Queen Mary will be debuting an afternoon of doggie delight at the all-new Doggie Paradise on Saturday, September 14 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Doggie Paradise offers a day of fun for all four-legged friends of any size or breed.

Activities At Doggie Paradise

Dogs can dive into doggie splash pools, make souvenirs for their owners at our arts and crafts stations, roll around in a ball pit, or get pampered with a freshly washed coat and manicured nails at the on-site mobile grooming stations.

Visit the Bark-eology Tent to get a front row seat to educational workshops every half-hour. Among the educational workshops, Tranquil Pet will offer a unique demonstration focused on Reiki Healing, a technique which reduces feelings of anxiety, stress, and depression among dogs. Educational workshops will also be available for Pet First Aid, Pet CPR, Training & Obedience demonstrations and more.

Roll over, sit and stay at the Pawfect Performance Stage for dog-themed entertainment throughout the day and participate in a mouthwatering watermelon eating contest for a cool treat. Pose in front of Instagramable art installations including a giant Fire Hydrant, Flower Walls, “Dog Toy Heaven” backdrop, and more.

Dogs can embrace their inner model as they try their paw at winning the Queen Mary’s Cutest Dog Contest. Special puppy prizes will be awarded to the winner who makes the best impression strutting down the dog walk.

Guests looking to grow their furry family can fill out adoption applications and meet prospective family members from the Seal Beach Animal Center and Long Beach Animal Care Services. Foster and volunteer opportunity sign-ups will also be on-site at Doggie Paradise.

Let the memories of Doggie Paradise last forever with keepsake arts and crafts such as interactive paw painting and paw clay imprinting activities. Shop for the perfect treat, leash, dog toys, and accessories from dozens of local and small businesses. Merchandise will be available from vendors including Real Meat Co., Just Food For Dogs, PJs Pet Cafe, Camp Run A Mutt and more.

How Much Are Tickets?

Tickets to Doggie Paradise are on-sale starting at $25 for general admission (ages 4+) and includes event admission for one human and one dog, with access to all activities including workshops, free runs, arts & crafts, treat vendors, adoptions, and more. VIP admission is $50 and includes event admission for one human and one dog with access to all activities included with GA, plus a treat bag including matching shirt and bandana for pup and owner and a Doggie Paradise-branded pet water bottle. Event admission for additional dogs is available for $5 per dog. Doggie Paradise will be held at the Queen Mary Events Park. Admission to the Queen Mary starts at $20 for children (ages 2-11) and $40 for adults (ages 4+). For more information, schedule of activities and to purchase tickets or hotel packages visit

Win 2 Tickets To Doggie Paradise

One lucky winner will receive (2) tickets to Queen Mary’s Doggie Paradise for an afternoon of four-legged fun on Saturday, September 14 from 11 am – 5 pm.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

US Residents Only. No purchase necessary to enter. All readers have an equal chance to win, however, you must enter to win. A winner will be randomly selected via RaffleCopter and notified via email. I will attempt to contact the winner for 3 days. If the winner cannot be reached by email, a new winner will be selected the same way. There are several different ways to earn entries. One prize per household. The winner will receive, free of charge, the prize mentioned above. This prize has no cash value and is not available for exchanges. Prizes are not transferable or refundable and must be accepted as awarded. The winner is responsible for any and all other costs and expenses not listed above. Not liable for unclaimed prizes or fulfillment.

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