Carnival Rules

Carnival at the Vets 2012 has just a few rules to ensure everyone gets along.Dr. Bek and the team at Alpine Animal Doctors want Carnival at the Vets 2012 to be a relaxed and happy day out with plenty of fun for all. We have just a few simple rules to ensure that everyone, including our furry friends, enjoys their day out at our Animal Hospital.

We want to welcome as many pets as possible but these events are just not enjoyable for some animals. Horses can be skittish in crowds and we cannot provide pens so we suggest you leave the horse at home. Miniature horses and small ponies used to crowds should be fine.

We do not allow venomous species of any kind. We also suggest you don’t bring rabbits because their nervous systems find it hard to cope with the proximity of so many dogs and cats.

We reserve the right to refuse entry to any animal.

All animals must be suitably restrained. That means a leash for dogs and cats, cages for birds and secure halters for miniature horses and ponies. Most pets are well behaved and get on well together but, for the safety of everyone, all animals must be kept under control at all times.

Please be a good pooper scooper! For the comfort of everyone, if your pet makes a mess, please pick it up and put it in the bins provided.

All children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult.

No alcohol is permitted on the hospital grounds.

Alpine Animal Doctors reserves the right to eject any visitor not complying with these rules, or any animal that fights or misbehaves.