Entries per class will be limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Entries will be taken on the day from midday and you are welcome to enter your dog in more than one class. Classes will be announced on this page nearer to the time.
Right of admission reserved. All owners are responsible for their dogs, which must be on a lead at all times. The judge's decision is final.
The entry fee is £4.50 per dog per class with proceeds going to charity. The small entry fee into the Fete and for use of the car park applies to everyone including dog owners wishing to show their dogs at this event.
Rosettes to 6th place and extra prizes this year kindly donated by our wholesaler in partnership with Farmina Foods – please pop in to ask for your free sample of this exciting range of cat and dog food from Italy exclusively available in the UK at only a few select veterinary practices, including Elands, and already a premium brand in Europe.
Veterinary surgeon in attendance
Philip Lhermette will be the Veterinary Surgeon in attendance. Should your dog require urgent medical attention whilst at the Fete, you should proceed to the Dog Show arena.
Dogs may be coming into close contact with each other so it is worth checking not only that your dog is vaccinated, but that the vaccines are up to date; annual boosters are required and we are happy to advise if you telephone us at the Clinic.
We are now offering increased protection against Leptospirosis following recent outbreaks in the area and offering all dogs a free of charge vaccine to ensure coverage - please call us to arrange this.
We even have a PET CARE PLAN to cover all routine preventative treatments to ensure your pet receives the very best in gold standard care whilst you benefit from generous discounts and the convenience of a monthly direct debit. Ask us for a quote.
Please note that all dogs entering the show ground must be kept on a lead. Please remember to poop scoop and clear up after your dog and remember to ensure that your dog has access to fresh water throughout the day.
Finally, we would request that dogs are not left unattended in cars. Obviously we are all hoping for a lovely warm day weather wise, but, even on what may appear to be a pleasant day and not necessarily a scorcher, once the sun comes out a car soon heats up. Leaving the window open two inches is not sufficient or adequate ventilation when you are wearing a fur coat! We want you and your dogs to have a safe and enjoyable day out.
Phone (01732) 452333
Fax (01732) 741614
For more information on the Clinic click here or visit the website above.