Jam packed full of all things canine, the show features over 200 pedigree breeds and is the ideal place to learn about the different types of dogs and if you're thinking of a new furry addition to your family you can ask loads of questions to make sure you get the right breed for you. It's really family friendly as kids under 12 go free and although *sniff* you can't take your own pooch (unless they are lucky enough to be a finalist in one of the competitions) there's plenty to do and you can always take a treat or two back for your faithful friend at home.
There's also more information and displays from the Good Citizen Dog Training which aims to promote responsible dog ownership. I think this is pretty important at the moment given the negative press us dogs keep receiving (see my previous post on dogs in the media!). There are even flyball, agility and heelwork to music demos and a series of seminars on a wide range of doggy topics such as choosing a good dog trainer and reiki for dogs!
So if you fancy a fun weekend Discover Dogs really is worth checking out. If you want to buy tickets you can purchase Discover Dogs Tickets through their website, or if you're feeling lucky why not enter our competition? I've managed to get two pairs of tickets to give away thanks to the lovely people at the Kennel Club so if you'd like to be in with a chance of winning a pair then just enter Little Fluff's competition, but hurry as the closing date is 12 noon on Friday 4th November.
Two winners will be chosen at random, I would like to say by me but I've been banned from selecting the winner in the name of fairness as I keep trying to put my own name into the hat!
Good Luck and remember I'd love to post the winner's pics up of their trip to the show as part of a future blog post.