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Norfolk All About Dogs Show
Please note: there will be no loud bangs or guns fired at the Norfolk All About Dogs Show

Welcome to the All About Dogs show 2013 - this years show is packed with fun, entertainment, advice and shopping.  Click on one of the links below or scroll down the page to find out what's at the biggest dog-event in East Anglia.

To find out the show opening times and other frequently asked questions please click here

 

Click a link below...  
    
  FUN DOG SHOWS     ARENA DISPLAYS      HAVE-A-GO FUN          BREED STANDS            SHOPPING

 

 ARENA TIMETABLE     FLOWER PARADE


 
FUN DOG SHOW 1 – Organised by the German Shepherd Rescue Elite


 Has your dog got the waggiest tail or prettiest eyes then enter them into our fun dog show run by The German Shepherd Rescue Elite. All dogs are welcome.

Registration for Dog Show starts at 9.30am - 11.30am

First class to enter is £1.50 and each additional class to enter is £1 with rosettes awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th place.

Classes:

12.00pm     Best Big’un Bitch (over 18 inches)                                 1.30pm     Best Rescue
12.15pm     Best Little’un Bitch (under 18 inches)                            1.45pm     Best Family (2 or more dogs)
12.30pm     Best Big’un Dog (over 18 inches)                                   2.00pm     Scruffiest Dog
12.45pm     Best Little’un Dog (under 18 inches)                             2.15pm     Best Trick
  1.00pm     Waggiest Tail                                                                      2.30pm     Best Fancy Dress
  1.15pm     Best 6 Legs                                                                         3.00pm     Best Child Handler


FUN DOG SHOW 2 – Organised by the Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue Team

Organised by the Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue Team, the popular FUN dog show is open to all dogs.  To enter the classes, simply turn up and register at the event. 

Prizes for the 1st place winners of Sundays: Loveliest Lady, Most Fantastic Fella, Golden Oldie, Radiant Rescue, Cutest Crossbreed; and Mondays: Mini Miss, Dinkie Boy, Tiny Tot, Dog Judges would like to Take home; will receive a custom made Snugglezzz Dog Coat!

Details are below:

Registration Time: 10am - 12 mid-day

Start time: 12.30

Classes:

         

       

       

         

       

       
    

Fun Dog Shows
Scruffts Crossbreed Competition - Sunday 25th
 
Registration from 10am; Show starts 1pm

We are pleased to announce that the Kennel Club has selected this event for its Scruffts regional competition heat. Each entrant will have a few minutes in the spotlight to dazzle the judges in the following four classes:

 

 

  • Most Handsome Crossbreed Dog
  • Prettiest Crossbreed Bitch
  • Child's Best Friend
  • Golden Oldie
  • Most Handsome Crossbreed Dog 6 months - 7 years
  • Prettiest Crossbreed Bitch 6 months - 7 years
  • Child's Best Friend* 6 months - 12 years
  • Golden Oldie Crossbreed 8 years or over

*(handled by a young person between 6 and 16 years of age)
The winner of each class will be entered into the Grand Final to compete for the overall accolade of Scruffts Family Crossbreed Dog of the Year at this year's Discover Dogs.

Free James Wellbeloved treats

Free James Wellbeloved treats for each dog that enters a Scruffts heat (subject to availability, no cash alternative, may differ from those shown in photo).

For details of how to enter the show and rules please visit the official Scruffts website or click here


Fun Dog Shows
Summer Flower Parade - FREE to enter!
BH Monday 26th August at 11:45am  

INTRODUCING the brand new Summer Flower Parade taking place on Monday 26th August at the Norfolk All About Dogs Show – celebrate the summer and join in with our floral fancy dress parade with your dog!

Whether you dress up in something floral, attach some flowers to your dogs lead, or dress your dog in flowers - this fantastic parade oozes summer madness and floral fun, so get designing and be as creative as you can!

It’s free to enter and there’s no need to register, just turn up to the arena and join in with the fun! All those who take part will receive a certificate and rosette, with a custom Snugglezzz Coat for the judges favourite.

   
www.snugglezzz.com 

Have a Go Fun

 
Dock Dogs
Dock Dogs - HAVE A GO!!

Back at our Norfolk dog show due to popular demand all the way from the USA, the Dock Dogs BIG AIR competition makes a huge splash back at this years show. This fun competition involves a ball, a large pool of water and the dog that can leap the furthest.

You can enter the Dock Dogs Big Air WAVE competition by registering online here or register at the show.  Anyone can enter the competition - beginners or experts!!

All dogs that get wet during Big Air WAVE competitions will receive an award.

Sunday (Onsite Registration/Practice – when show opens)

Big Air WAVE 1 - 12:00 pm; Big Air WAVE 2 - 3:00 pm

Bank Holiday Monday (Onsite Registration/Practice – when show opens)

Big Air WAVE 3 – 12:00 pm; Big Air WAVE 4 - 3:00 pm

Big Air Finals (Top 6) - 4:00 pm

Event Format: Outdoor Big Air® (teams jumping for distance off the dock into the pool).  We will not be running Speed Retrieve this year.

Please also note, that onsite registration needs to be changed to £12 for the Adults and £6.00 for the Juniors. 

Flyball – HAVE A GO!!
Flyball – HAVE A GO!!
Paws of Parham was set up just over a year ago to help dog owners attend fun classes for Obedience, Socialisation, Agility, Flyball, as well as helping with One-to-One Behavioural problems.
 
We also have a display team called 'The Mutley Crew', who have attended over 10 events this year to promote both Flyball and Agility to the general dog owner as away of bonding with their dog as well as both having fun doing it.  Join in and have fun with your dog.
 
www.pawsofparham.co.uk

 

Lure Racing – HAVE A GO!!
Lure Racing – HAVE A GO!!

ACES will be running the lure racing and long jump at All About Dogs. They cater for the complete beginner to the experienced and the organisers make newbie's more than welcome and love seeing new dogs enjoying themselves.

The ACES events are tremendous fun, extremely well organised, with the dogs health, safety and well-being coming first, as well as all being fully supervised. The dogs get tremendous enjoyment what they are doing and the encouragement they receive from everyone just spurs the dogs on to try harder.
Note.  You cannot force a dog to do these events, only encourage the dogs natural abilities.

For more information see www.aces2007.co.uk

Fastest recall Challenge - HAVE A GO!!
Fastest recall Challenge - HAVE A GO!!

German Shepherd Rescue Elite is a organisation dedicated to the rescue, short term fostering and long-term re-homing of GSD's. We do not discriminate on age or medical condition - every dog is given a chance and we operate a non destruct policy. The rescue is solely run by a dedicated band of over 350 volunteers all who give up their free time to help these dogs in need.

Come and support the rescue at the show who will be running the Fastest recall Challenge.

www.gsrelite.co.uk

Agility Ring - HAVE A GO!!
Agility Ring - HAVE A GO!!

Join local training club, Paws 4 Training in their agility ring and have a go and see what fun you can have with your dog.

Run by a qualified ADTB dog trainer, Paws 4 Training offers a variety of dog training sessions tailored to your lifestyle.  From Puppy Socialisation & Obedience to Agility and 1-2-1 sessions we work with clients to build on the bond they have with their faithful friend, making for a healthy, happy relationship.

www.paws4training.net

Dog show
Natural Agility Course

Organised by Paws of Parham, the have-a-go natural agility course is very similar to the standard agility course - with a twist. Instead of standard agility equipment, this course uses bushes, bridges, walls and things you would find in the great outdoors.

Dog show
Dog Scurry – HAVE A GO!!

Organised by the National Organisation of Beaters & Pickers-Up, the Dog Scurry is always very popular with all breeds of dog – a bit on fun for our four-legged friends.

The Scurry is a simple retrieving competition and is open to all dogs of all breeds and all ages – with prizes given for the fastest times of the day.

New this year.  Does your dog retrieve in water?  Join the  National Organisation of Beaters & Pickers-Up at the water side and let your dog have a go at retrieving a dummy in the lake.  All good fun. 

K9 Capers dog training

 

K9 Capers Dog Training Arena – HAVE A GO!!

K9 Capers Dog Training Club are mixed team of dogs from pups to veterans showing off efforts to train our owners.

On Sunday come and have a go in the K9 Capers Arena and have some fun and join in party games with your dog.

www.k9capersdogtraining.co.uk 

Olympics' Doggie Triathlon - HAVE A GO!!Olympics' Doggie Triathlon - HAVE A GO!!

All About Dogs Olympics' Doggie Triathlon with The Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue

Have fun with your dog at The Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue Doggie Triathlon ring. Each event will be timed and the combined total time from all three events are added together for the competitors final time. Each hour the dog with the fastest combined time is chalked up on a blackboard and will win a prize. The fastest dog each day will go home with a trophy plus a custom Dog Coat courtesy of Snugglezzz!

 £1.50 to enter the triathlon.

DOGGIE TRIATHLON – Can your dog run like Usane Bolt? Can they dive like Tom Daley? Then let them show their talents in our Doggie Triathlon

Hurdles – Timed dash over hurdles

Diving – Retrieve a floating object from the pool (paddling pool)

Egg and spoon race – "Egg and spoon" is held in lead hand and owner has to walk with dog as fast as possible without dropping the "egg" . Each time the "egg" is dropped the competitor must stop and put it back on the spoon before continuing.

www.snugglezzz.com 


Saint's Sled Dog Rescue

Come and meet the amazing Siberian Huskies from Saint's Sled Dog Rescue.

Join in with lots of fun dog games and competitions and even watch them demonstrate their strength, whilsy running on rigs!

Demonstrations take place throughout the weekend.

 

 

You can even get your face painted to look like a Husky..........


Vida Rescue Dog Training

VIDA Rescue Dog Training Specialist – A new concept for you and your rescue dog !  Visit the VIDA have-a-go ring and learn easy ways to help dogs learn some basic manners e.g. not jumping up when greeting others ....


 

Arena Demonstrations & Timetable

Arena Timetables


Arena 1

10.30 Berkley Owls Agility Display Team

11.15 Deaf Dog Display Team

11.45 Gun Dog training With Dunhamswood Kennels (Sunday) Summer Flower Parade (BH Monday)

12.15 Suffolk Dog School In The Pink Display Team

12.45 Berkley Owls Agility Display Team

1.30 Deaf Dog Display Team

2.00 Gun Dog training With Dunhamswood Kennels Sunday

2.30 Fun with Kidagility

3.00 Suffolk Dog School In The Pink Display Team

3.30 K9 Capers Dog Display Team

 

Arena 2

11am Essex K9 Dog Display Team

11.45 Dima Good Boy Dog School

12.30 Dog & Duck Display Team

1.15 The Lowestoft Dog Agility Display team

2.00 Essex K9 Dog Display Team

2.45 Dima Good Boy Dog School

3.15 Dog & Duck Display Team

3.45 The Lowestoft Dog Agility Display team

 

Arena 3

11.30 Fun with Kidagility

12.00 K9 Capers Dog Display Team

12.30 FUN DOG SHOW 2 – Organised by Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue Team.
           Registration Time: 10am - 12 mid-day


Gun Dog Zone

2:00 Gun Dog Breed Parade

 

Display Details


 

 Heelwork to Music display team

Brand New to All About Dogs.  We are pleased to welcome the Heelwork to Music display team from local dog club In the Pink.

This amazing demonstration will be taking place in the main arena throughout the weekend.

Times to be displayed here soon... 

 


 

Berkley Owls
Owl Agility Display with Berkley Owls


Here’s something a bit different!  Berkley Owls will be performing in the main arena their own version of dog agility. 

The owls will start the display with a little conventional flying display then "all hell is let loose" with 2 or 3 owls and the agility course. 

This really is a fun experience with the public invited to join the owls in the arena.


 

The Deaf Dog Network

Watch the demonstration in the arena...

Karen encountered her first deaf dog over 25 years ago, her passion to help deaf dogs in the UK came about through her role as a foster carer for dog rescue   organisations. many rescues do not have foster carers with deaf dog experience and a deaf dog takes longer to place in a new home due to the myths surrounding them about being unattainable.

The Deaf Dog Network was set up to bring together those with deaf dog experience and to help those that don't. To improve the experience of deaf dogs in the UK and save lives. Watch our dogs demo in the main arena and see for yourself what these dogs are capable of and have a chat with Karen. thedeafdognetwork.webs.com

 


dog & duck displayDog & Duck Display - NEW!

At the show for the first time, due to popular demand, we are pleased to welcome the Dog & Duck Display Team.

Join professional sheep dog trainer (and runner-up of the UKs Young Shepherd of the Year award 2012), Jason  in this informative and entertaining display of expert sheepdog handling.

With his squad of specially trained ducks, Jason will demonstrate amazing herding techniques...  

The East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club
The East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club

The East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club was founded in 1973 and has always sought to promote responsible dog ownership.  We have won the Kennel Club's Annual Award for the KC Good Citizen Award Scheme on two occasions and have taken part in Good Citizen displays at Crufts, also in displays in the Dog Days Out ring at Crufts.  In 2004 the EASBTC Agility Display Team held an agility display in the Special Events Ring at Crufts which led to the Club holding a KC licensed Agility Show for Staffordshire Bull Terriers only - the first ever.  Last year the display team also starred at Discover Dogs in Earls Court, with great feedback and support, and this has led to us once again being invited to take part in a Stafford Agility Display at Crufts 2012 - this time in the Main Ring.   As well as agility displays Jo Essex and her dogs, Bacon and Mouse, often give great tricks displays, showing just how versatile the breed can be!

Dunhamswood Gundogs
Gundog Training Demonstration (Sunday only)

We (at Dunhamswood) have been Breeding & Training Gundogs for over twenty years; all the dogs in the display are dogs currently being trained in our kennels and are of a novice standard, we aim through the display to show people how to get their dog to an acceptable level in order to be able to take their dog into the field.

The display obviously is not long enough for us to cover all the elements of the training regime and will be on hand after the display to answer any questions relating to you or your dog.

Chat with Stephen at the show at our Ask The Expert section where Stephen will be happy to discuss all your Gundog problems. (there will be no guns fired or loud bangs at this event)


Fun Dog Games – HAVE A GO!!

Kidgility Demonstrations

This NEW fun and interactive arena show encourages child volunteers to make their way into the ring and join in with lots of fun assault courses and jumps for the Blaze and Suga.

Suga happens to be the puppy of celebrity 'Britain's Got Talent' winner Pudsey so don't miss the chance to meet this mini celebrity in the making!

Dog Training Centre of Excellence
Essex K9 Dog Display Team

A team of highly trained security dogs and some of their very fast friends going through their paces. Including the apprehending of an armed criminal – 6ft High Scale – Agility Race – Control Work and of course some fire hoops.


A fast moving and informative display that includes all of the skill required for a top security dog. You will see how much these dogs enjoy their work.

 

www.dtce.co.uk

The Lowestoft Dog Agility Display Team
The Lowestoft Dog Agility Display Team

Thirty minutes of canine entertainment!  Our display consists of a variety of different exercises including races, weaving poles, novelty items, long jumps, retrieves, flyball, a solo run-around and the fire jumps!   Our display is accompanied by a lively and entertaining commentary.

“The A Team” appears at events large & small around East Anglia and does around forty displays each season!

www.lowestoftdogteam.co.uk

Dog Training Centre of Excellence
K9 Capers Dog Training Display

K9 Capers Dog Training Club are mixed team of dogs from pups to veterans showing off efforts to train our owners while eating as many treats as possible.
Watch the K9 team in the arena as they attempt to embarrass their owners and have fun walking to heel, stays and recalls…


www.k9capersdogtraining.co.uk

Dima
Dima - Good Boy Dog School

NEW!  As seen on TV, on programmes such as ITVs That Dog Can Dance, enjoy Dima and his amazing dancing demonstration group.

Dima and his dogs will be at the show all weekend, so come along and enjoy this fabulous display that kept Sharon Osbourne, Bill Bailey and Ashleigh Butler entertained.


www.goodboydogschool.com

Agility Ring – FUN HAVE A GO!
Paws 4 Training Agility Ring

Join local training club, Paws 4 Training in their agility ring and have a go and see what fun you can have with your dog.

Run by a qualified ADTB dog trainer, Paws 4 Training offers a variety of dog training sessions tailored to your lifestyle.  From Puppy Socialisation & Obedience to Agility and 1-2-1 sessions we work with clients to build on the bond they have with their faithful friend, making for a healthy, happy relationship.

Watch our Agility Display Team at our ring at 10.45am & 1.45pm and see what fun you can have with your dog. Speak to one of our team to find out more about our club.

www.paws4training.net

 

Breed Stands

The East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club
The East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club

The East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club has always promoted responsible dog ownership so when the Kennel Club announced the Good Citizen Dog Scheme in the '90s it was something which we were happy to take up. 

We have held various testing sessions at our shows and other events and in 2001 and 2002 the EASBTC was the winner of the Kennel Club's Good Citizen Dog Scheme Annual Award for Breed and Canine Clubs.  Following on from this we were invited to take part in demonstrations of the scheme at Crufts in subsequent years. 

We have continued to promote the scheme and often do displays of the requirements of the awards as well as test dogs along the way.

 

 

 

The Cane Corso
The Cane Corso

Owners, breeders and enthusiasts have described the Cane Corso as being extremely bold, intelligent, easily trained, keen to please and having a strong sense of territory. Today Cane Corso's are owned primarily as pets.

The Cane Corso makes a wonderful family pet and they adore the company of children, being protective yet surprisingly gentle.  A visit to the stand will give you the opportunity to meet the breed and also learn about the deep history and health problems of the breed.

 Also this year, the Cane Corso will be joined by the Italian Volpino,  

 

 

 

The Cane Corso
German Shepherd Rescue Elite

German Shepherd Rescue Elite is a organisation dedicated to the rescue, short term fostering and long-term re-homing of GSD's. We do not discriminate on age or medical condition - every dog is given a chance and we operate a non destruct policy. The rescue is solely run by a dedicated band of over 350 volunteers all who give up their free time to help these dogs in need.

Come and support the rescue at the show who will be running the Fastest recall Challenge.
 
www.gsrelite.co.uk 

Greyhound RescueGreyhound Rescue

If you are thinking of rehomeing a greyhound come along and speak to the experts.

Despite popular misconceptions greyhounds in general are:

*Gentle, adaptable and affectionate

*Lazy couch potatoes happy with a couple of short walks a day

*Loving companions who, with a little patience, can live easily with children and other pets.

 
Notts & Yorkshire Boxer RescueNotts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue

We are a non-profit making organisation which is run strictly on a voluntary basis by a team of dedicated people. Although we are based in Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire we do, in fact, rescue and re-home throughout the UK and have a network of volunteers who assist us, therefore transportation is never an issue.Whether you are interested in adopting a rescued Boxer, looking to re-home a Boxer that you can no longer care for or simply have a love of the breed, we hope you will find our site both interesting and informative

www.nayboxerrescue.co.uk


Honiahaka Northern Inuits breed
Honiahaka Northern Inuits breed

The Northern Inuit Dog is a wolf lookalike breed, admired not only for their head-turning looks but also for their outstanding temperament and adaptability.  The Northern Inuit Dog is a loyal and friendly companion.They are fantastic with children, adore the companionship of other dogs and thrive best with plenty of company - either human or canine!

Come and meet our beautiful breed at the Honiahaka Northern Inuits breed stand where you can find more information about Northern Inuits; meet and greet our dogs; chat to us and our puppy owners; ask any questions related to our breed or our dogs and best of all, have a cuddle with our gorgeous furry friends!


Lancashire Heelers
Lancashire Heeler Association

The Lancashire Heeler is classed as a vulnerable breed by the Kennel Club as there are less than 100 puppies registered each year.  The Lancashire Heeler Association tries to promote the breed as much as they can by letting the public see what a fantastic little dog they are.

As well as working on farms, herding cattle and sheep, historically they were used to drive cattle to slaughter houses.  They also use there hunting instincts to catch rats and rabbits.  They have become more common as pet dogs and, since being recognised  by the Kennel Club, have become successful show dogs with several champions being made since 1999.  A few have been trained to compete in Kennel Club agility tests, obedience competitions and working trials.  There are several Lancashire Heelers that have become 'Pets in Therapy' dogs, giving pleasure to people in caring institutions such as nursing homes.  They enjoy sitting on laps and being stroked, emphasizing their good temperament.


Lancashire Heelers
Gun Dog Breeds

In Association with the National Organisation of Beaters & Pickers-up

Gun dogs, or bird dogs, are types of dogs developed to assist hunters in finding and retrieving game, usually birds. Gun dogs are divided into three primary types: Retrievers, flushing dogs, and pointing breeds.

The National Organisation of Beaters and Pickers-up recognizes the importance of gun dogs when out in the field and so have gathered together some of the most poignant gun dog breeds to teach and inform visitors to the show as well as the chance to meet the dogs!

            
        Brittany Spaniel       Chesapeake Bay Retriever       Cocker Spaniel       Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla             Pointer 

            
         English Setter                  English Spaniel                   Field Spaniel                 Irish red & white Setter      Large Munsterlander

            
       Italian Spinone      German Short-haired Pointer         White Setter                   Labrador Retriever         Duck Tolling Retriever


 

Ask the Experts

Ask the Experts
Professional Dog Advice

Does your dog walk well on the lead or pulls you along, run off when you call him or jump up when you least expect it, then ask one of the experts who will be at the show.

Whatever your problem we have an expert who will be happy to sit and discuss the problem and give you advice. Share your experiences with us on Facebook

 

 



Association of Pet Dog TrainersAssociation of Pet Dog Trainers

The APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers), UK is a voluntary organisation established to improve the welfare of dogs and the competence of dog owners through the promotion of training skills and techniques based on up to date, researched, methods that apply the principles of kindness fairness and effectiveness and are in keeping with modern learning theory

Members of APDT will be happy to discuss any problems you may be experiencing with your dog as well as showing you how to teach your dog some simple tricks.

 


Marie Miller
Tellington TTouch Practioner Marie Miller

The Tellington TTouch is a teaching method for animals that incorporates body work and ground exercises, where appropriate, to help improve co-ordination, balance and athletic ability, whilst deepening communication, understanding and respect between an animal and its owner or carer.

TTouch helps increase levels of self confidence, self awareness and self control

 

The Deaf Dog Network

Watch the demonstration in the arena...

Karen encountered her first deaf dog over 25 years ago, her passion to help deaf dogs in the UK came about through her role as a foster carer for dog rescue   organisations. many rescues do not have foster carers with deaf dog experience and a deaf dog takes longer to place in a new home due to the myths surrounding them about being unattainable.

The Deaf Dog Network was set up to bring together those with deaf dog experience and to help those that don't. To improve the experience of deaf dogs in the UK and save lives. Watch our dogs demo in the main arena and see for yourself what these dogs are capable of and have a chat with Karen. thedeafdognetwork.webs.com


 

Dima
Dima - Good Boy Dog School

NEW!  As seen on TV, on programmes such as ITVs That Dog Can Dance, enjoy Dima and his amazing dancing demonstration group.

Dima will be happy to discuss any issues you may be experiencing with your dog....


www.goodboydogschool.com

Lancashire Heelers
Gun Dog Breeds

In Association with the National Organisation of Beaters & Pickers-up we are pleased to welcome the new Gun Dog Breed stands - with a huge array of Gun Dog breed represented.  

Gun dogs, or bird dogs, are types of dogs developed to assist hunters in finding and retrieving game, usually birds. Gun dogs are divided into three primary types: Retrievers, flushing dogs, and pointing breeds.

The National Organisation of Beaters and Pickers-up recognizes the importance of gun dogs when out in the field and so have gathered together some of the most poignant gun dog breeds to teach and inform visitors to the show as well as the chance to meet the dogs!


 

Shopping Shopping Shopping


 
Turn the tables around with the dog coming home to find you in his bed! Our enormous shopping parade will have all the cosiest dog baskets, as well as strong, sturdy leads, exciting squeaky toys, yummy treats and grooming products.

You will love the amount of dedicated doggy shopping stands at the All About Dogs Show:

  • Squeaky toys and difficult-to-destroy balls
  • Dog beds, blankets and baskets
  • DNA testing - find out which breeds make up your mongrel
  • Doggy clothing - everything from tutus to trainers
  • Leads, harnesses and collars
  • Dog food and treats
  • Dog coats and fleeces - suitable for warm or cold weather
  • Kennels and dog-sitting companies
  • Dog charities
  • Vets, behaviourists and health specialists
  • Pet bereavement support
  • Pet photographer and portrait companies
  • Dog rehoming and fostering
  • PLUS much more...!

Your Dog Magazine

Your Dog Magazine

Head over to the Your Dog magazine stand where they will be handing out 500 copies of Your Dog magazine completely FREE of charge!

Once here you can also chat to the Your Dog team and learn more about this fantastic canine publication.


Free Samples

Free Samples

Keep your eyes peeled for free samples being handed out throughout the entire event weekend - one of which will be the fantastic NEW 8 in 1 Dog Treats!


 "We look forward to seeing you soon!"

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Disclaimer:

By entering The All About Dogs Show Event you are agreeing to take full responsibility for, any injury or damage to your dog(s) and it is not the liability of Aztec Events including disappearance, theft, death or otherwise. You are fully liable for your dog(s) should they cause any damage or injury. Any dog showing aggressive Behaviour will be asked to leave the show with no refund given. In the interests of hygiene make sure you pick up after your dog. Any photos taken by The All About Dogs Team or Representative may be used in future for promotion of the show.  By entering this event you are agreeing to the above disclaimer and that the images taken may be used. All dogs must be on a lead and under control at all times.

Contents on this site is correct at time of publishing.  Aztec Events have the right to amend or change any content of this show with out any prior notification.