Do you think your pooch has the perfect Christmas Jumper to win first place in The Windmill’s annual Pet Pooch Christmas Jumper Competition? At its third edition, enter your pooch to see if it can take the crown from last years winner, Oscar the Weimaraner.
Entry fee is £3 per pup and all proceeds go to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. Woof to Kitty’s shop have donated some fantastic goody bags for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.
Photo Credits: The Windmill (in the photo last year’s winner Oscar the Weimaraner)
Dog-friendly Christmas Carols in front of Chiswick House, organised by Chiswick House Friends. Howl along with your dog. Dogs on lead.
Christmas Carols service organised by the Dogs Trust, led by St Paul’s Church Choir. It will also include readings from celebrated guests including Nicholas Parsons, Freddie Fox and Robert Powell.
All funds raised will support the Dogs Trust’s Hope Project, the scheme which offers free vet care for dogs belonging to people who are homeless or in housing crisis.
Tickets are £35 for adults, £10 for children and can be purchased here.
The Doggy Christmas Jumper Day may become the most adorable event of the year. Supporting Save the Children and attempting to win the World Record for the most dogs in Christmas Jumpers (world record attempt 2.30pm). “So dust off, pick up, or snaz up your dog’s Christmas jumper and get there.”
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