Pet Gathering At The Square By Jaya One

 

An afternoon of sharing, photo taking and fun with pets

 

PETALING JAYA, 5th January 2019 – Today more than 30 pet owners and 25 furry friends come to The Square for a the first pet gathering held at The Square. Some of these guest came all the way from Penang and Ipoh. This gathering was organized by  Very Important Pet Magazine our main pet magazine partner.

All 25 of these furry friends get first hand experience to view the completion of The Square. The doggies had a VIP tour around The Square and took pictures and wefies with the 2 gigantic decorative walls. Later on, everyone had lunch and discussion session at Apple Samgyupsal. We took this chance to ask feedbacks and suggestions for these loving pet owners on how we can build and improve the space to be more pet friendly.

“We are very new to this pet friendly concept, it is crucial for us to try our best to accommodate and make The Square a great experience for pet owners and their pets, therefore we welcome feedbacks and suggestions so we can improve better.” said Charles Wong, Executive Director of Bina Tetap Tiara Sdn Bhd.

The Square is the first Pet Friendly community-driven space in Malaysia. Pet owners can look forward to bringing their pets to The Square to hang out. From February onwards, The Square will be equip with pet facilities, such as pet toilet, water station, poop disposable bags and hand sanitizers and much more. In the near future, The Square will be collaborating closely with VIP magazine for more pet bazaars, pet trainings and pet related festival for the public to enjoy.  

“The Square” will also house Malaysia’s leading and thriving co-working space, Common Ground. Functioning on two floors, Common Ground will be operating their latest 21,000 sq. ft co-working space facility at The Square dedicating the ground floor to be pet-friendly - keeping in with the spirit of The Square’s Brand Touch Points.

Patrons will be able to benefit from the late-night dining options available by eateries at “The Square”, giving them a choice of good quality food after a long day at work. Additionally, it will be made compulsory for eateries to have 30% al fresco dining in order to cater to customers with pets, whilst the inside of the restaurants can also serve as a venue for events / corporate events when there is demand.

 
Jacinta Johnson