Brisbane’s first weekly market dedicated to pets is coming to Woolloongabba.

There’s no shortage of markets in Brisbane, but until now, one very important demographic wasn’t being catered for — our furry friends.

The Pets at the Gabba Markets will be the first markets in Brisbane devoted to pets, celebrating Brisbane’s vibrant community of doggos, kitties and everything in between.

Event managers Lia Onorati and Renee Cutting say the market will showcase the best pet products and services available locally and nationally, catering to all types of pets, while also raising much-needed funds for pet charities.

Each month, a different charity will be selected to receive part of the stall cost as a donation. In addition to this, there’ll be raffles every week (with prizes donated by stall holders and other companies in the pet industry), with the designated charity of the month to receive all proceeds.

The first charity of the month will be RSPCA QLD.

There will also be live music, for those pets who love a good tune. And while the focus of the market is firmly on pets, there will be food stalls for pet parents, too, so you won’t have to resort to eating dog food while you escort your fur babies around the event. There’s even a licensed American Smokehouse on the premises.

The Pets at the Gabba Markets will be held at 73 Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba (across from the Norman Hotel) from 3pm to 9pm on Saturday 25 March, and every Saturday after that.

For more info and to register your interest in holding a stall, visit petsatthegabba.com.