Canary Woof Dog Show – 12 noon – 5pm on 2nd July 2017
Whether you’ve got a pedigree Maltese Terrier or a cheeky Cavapoo, there’s a class for you at the Canary Woof companion dog show.
There are rosettes and prizes to be won, with the best dogs going forward for the ultimate accolade of Best in Show!
LIMEfest2017’s doggy spectacular is hosted by Rob Alleyne UKRCB, Canine Behavioural Trainer and trainer on the BBC TV series Dog Borstal. Compere Lesley Balding & Paul Wells prepares fun games for all the family, not just our 4-legged friends.
We have a special treat in store, Dimadogs performing this year at the Canary Woof Dog Show
Ropemakers Field Park
Terms for Entries
Dogs to be kept on a lead AT ALL TIMES
No Bitches in season allowed.
The judge’s decision is final in all cases.
Any signs of aggression, the animal must be muzzled at all times or leave the showground
Dogs do not have to be KC Registered
Pet dogs are very welcome
Water for dogs is provided around the showground, but make sure you bring plenty water for your dog
There is a designated doggy doo-doo area. Please check your festival guide map for location. Please remember to pick up your dog poo at all times. Poo bags are available at the registration desk should you run out.
The organisers will not be held responsible for any damage to persons, dogs and / or their property whilst at the show
Exhibitors and Competitors are reminded that the show organisers have the right to refuse entry
See www.canarywoof.com/dog-show.html for details
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