Robinsons Place Antipolo officially welcomed pets and pet owners into the mall with the launch of the Pet Park last weekend.

       Fur parents and their fur babies are now officially welcome at the newest home for pets at the mall.

       A program was held at the Al Fresco Area near the Lingkod Pinoy Center during the grand launch with exciting freebies, including Top Breed Dog Meals, given away.

       Robinsons Place Antipolo Housekeeping Manager Evelyn Villavicencio said they were happy to provide every service for the benefit of their shoppers including the holding of the event for pet owners and their pets.

        “We do this naman regularly. We are glad na medyo naging less na ang restrictions natin. We had a chance na to open the event. We are happy to welcome everyone. The parents and especially the children. This is an enjoyable experience here at Robinsons Place Antipolo,” said Villavicencio.

       She also expressed gratitude that the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be nearing its end and with quarantine restrictions being relaxed gradually.

        “Yes, we are very happy since marami na rin ang vaccinated sa community kaya medyo nag open up na ulit yung economy natin. Yun mga restrictions natin medyo lumuwag na. Ito sana tuloy tuloy na para sa pag bukas ulit ng ekonomiya natin,” said Villavicencio.

       Robinsons Place Antipolo welcomed and entertained guests during the Pet Party.

       Activities included pet blessing, pet caricature, community paw-ntry, Anti-Rabies vaccination and deworming, veterinary consultation, fun games, photo booth and finally a Meet and Greet with Doc Nielsen Donato and Poochie

       Donato, DVM (Veterinarian and Vets in practice Animal hospital owner) also gave tips on how to take better care of pets.

       The park is now open daily from Mondays to Sundays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dogs must be supervised at all times by its responsible owners who must be at least 18 years old.

       Only small and medium sized pet dogs 25 to 50 lbs and not more than 25 inches tall are allowed inside the Pet Park. Dogs must be leashed, carried or secured in a stroller when not inside the park.

       Dogs that are aggressive, disruptive, in heat or sickly are not allowed inside the park. Finally, there must be a maximum of two dogs per adult and at most 10 people inside the park at one time.


Robinsons Place Antipolo Housekeeping Manager Evelyn Villavicencio (left) and Trade Marketing Supervisor Salvador D. Palasin, Jr., cut the ceremonial ribbon during the opening of the Pet Park.
Pets and pet owners check out the amenities of the Pet Park at Robinsons Place Antipolo.
Artist Pete Velasquez sketches a caricature of one of the pet dogs. Other artists at the event were Rico Aunzo and Brando Limon Bati.
Robinsons Place Antipolo Housekeeping Manager Evelyn Villavicencio (right) interacts with a pair of attentive pet dogs during the opening of the mall’s Pet Park
Poochie joins in entertaining the audience during the opening of the Pet Park at Robinsons Place Antipolo.
A pet dog is evaluated by an employee of the Antipolo City Veterinarian’s Office at the opening of Robinsons Place Antipolo Pet Park.