Pup Aid 2018

Pup Aid, the UK’s biggest anti-puppy farming event is back bigger and better than before for its 2018 edition.  It will be hosted on 1st September 2018 in Primrose Hill and see a host of stalls, fun dog show classes and celebrity judges in aid of this great cause.

Stall holders can book their spot here.

Jubilee Park Fun Dog Show

The Jubilee Park Dog Training Club are holding a Fun Dog Show on Saturday 24th June 2018 with registrations from 12.30pm and judging starting at 1pm in the Sensory Gardens by the side of Jubilee Park’sbuilding and children’s play area.

The event is being held to raise money for a permanent dog agility course to be built in the park for the benefit of park users. Held with support of Enfield Council. Dog show entry is £2 per category.

Categories include: Fab Fella, Gorgeous Gal, Best Rescue, Prettiest Puppy, Waggiest Tail, Best Trick, Best Family Group, Best Child Handler and Judges Favourite.

Photo credit: organisers

Primrose Hill Festival & Dog Show 2018

Primrose Hill Festival & Dog Show 2018 edition is coming on 20th May 2018 in Primrose Hill. The festival and show celebrate everything which is great in Primrose Hill and dogs. Registrations to the dog show open at 11am and entry in the dog show costs £5. Funds raised are donated to St Mary’s Primrose Hill Youth Club.

Running order :

  • 1pm Welcome
  • 1.10pm Best Puppy (12 weeks to 1 year)
  • 1.30pm Prettiest Bitch
  • 1.50pm Most Handsome Male
  • 2.10pm Child Best Friend
  • 2.30pm Best Veteran (10+ years)
  • 2.50pm Best in Show

Best in Show prize is a dinner for 2 at The Princess of Wales.

Walthamstow Woof Walk | Sponsored Dog Walk

Walthamstow Woof Walk is a sponsored dog walk organised by Cancer Research UK’s Walthamstow Group on 20 May 2018. This event honours and celebrates the life-long support and love canine friends provide. The event starts at 11am at Walthamstow Marshes, by Lee Valley Ice Arena. On the day you will find: top dog & fancy dress contest, refreshements, stalls, a raffle.

You can register here (tickets cost £10 per dog) and find the official page of the event here.