Bury Dog Show - Sunday 15th July - 10am - 4pm
Are you a dog lover? A fan of our four legged friends? Then come and have some fun with your pooch at the Bury Dog Show!
As well as classes, competitions and agility fun, there will also be craft stalls, pet stalls, food and drink, plus bouncy castles, face painting and activities for the kids to enjoy. All profits go to My WiSH Charity, supporting West Suffolk Hospital.
Think your pooch is top class? Click here to enter them into as many categories as you like! (£2 per class entry)
- Most handsome dog
- Prettiest bitch
- Prettiest eyes
- Waggiest tail
- Best family dog group (If you have more than one dog, this category is for you…)
- Dog owner lookalike
- Best doggy trick
- Cutest puppy under 18 months old
- Golden oldie, any dog over 7 years old! (Human years, not dog years…)
- The dog judges' would most like to take home
- Best young handler aged 6-12 years old
- Champion of champions (winners from all classes above)
- Mischief's Dachshund Dash (For sausage dogs only) (first race is 11am)
Classes will commence approximately 30 minutes after the gates open. To avoid delays please book online or download and complete the form in advance. You will not be required to pay until the day.
Thanks to Moreton Hall Vets in Bury St Edmunds who return as our judges.
Thanks also to our sponsors and supporters, RWSFM and Mischief Doggy Day Care for helping us put on a great day for you all.
If you have any questions about Bury Dog Show, or are interested in holding a craft or pet stall at our event, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01284 712952
Children and concessions: £2.50
Family (2 adults, up to 4 children): £12
Please note: Dogs must be kept on a lead and are the owners responsibility at all times.
Please bring poo bags and clear up after your dog. We will have bags on site so if you run out please inform a member of staff who will provide you with one. They will also be available at the main entrance.
Any unruly dogs (and their owners) will be asked to leave.