The arena will be hosted by Blue Peter presenter Peter Purves and the daily timetable will include remarkable displays of tricks, agility and skill.
Working gun dogs and sheep dogs as well as some more flamboyant performers will join the line up.
Scruffts have chosen BBC Countryfile Live as one of the heats for their Scruffts Crossbreed competition. The best part? Visitors can enter their dogs to take part! The heats will be split across two days, Saturday and Sunday, and has 6 classes.
If your dog looks like they’re struggling in the heat, head to the nearest shaded area (this includes our marquee) and alert a member of the show organisers. Owners should be aware of the signs of heat stress. Some dogs are more prone than others (e.g. those with short flat faces, overweight, old, young and dogs with thick coats).
Be aware of the signs of overheating in dogs, which include panting, disorientation, excessive thirst, dark gums, vomiting, diarrhoea and losing consciousness.
If you think your dog will not cope with the heat, please leave them at home.
In the event that the events team and the trainers feel the conditions are not conducive to dogs welfare we reserve the right to cancel the event at short notice.
The Dog Lovers' Arena Sponsor
Founded in 1917 by animal welfare pioneer, Maria Dickin CBE, PDSA is the UK’s leading veterinary charity. Operating through a UK-wide network of 48 Pet Hospitals, PDSA provides low cost and free veterinary care to the sick and injured pets of people in need and promotes responsible pet ownership.
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