What’s On: London Pet Show 9-10 May 2015

Save the date! This May a menagerie of hundreds of animals including dogs, cats, reptiles, fish, ponies and even pigs will descend on ExCel London for the London Pet Show 2015, sponsored by MyPetOnline.  Last year’s show (which was held at Earls Court), boasted attractions such as doggy dancing, rabbit show jumping, micro-pig racing…

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What’s On: Valentines Day Walk 2015

North London Dog Rescue Charity, All Dogs Matter who rescue and rehome strays, unwanted dogs or dogs coming from pounds, have just announced their 2015 Valentines Day Walk for Sunday February 15th.  People from all over London are invited on a group walk through Hampstead Heath, either with your own dog or you can…

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Something for the weekend?

On the off-chance you’ve already got all your (human) Christmas Shopping out of the way and are looking for something “Christmassy” to do over the weekend, then you might fancy popping along to one of these Christmassy Canine Events that are happening over the next few days. The added bonus is…

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Santa Paws Grotto, Hampstead Village Christmas Festival

Looking for some early festive fun this weekend with your dog? Why not head to the annual Hampstead Village Christmas Festival this Sunday 23rd November? There’s something for everyone and most importantly for our four-legged friends with the Santa Paws Grotto and Dog Contest with lots of dog goodies up for grabs…

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Discover Dogs London 2014 at Earls Court

This weekend it was Discover Dogs London 2014  at Earls Court – for those of you who haven’t been, Discover Dogs is THE show for all things Dog in London that takes place every autumn. Breeds of all shapes and sizes (apparently 200 different ones to be precise), descend on Earls Court…

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50% off tickets to London’s biggest dog event, Discover Dogs 2014

It’s November and it’s Discover Dogs 2014 at Earls Court time again, yay! Sponsored by Eukanuba and Metro Bank, Discover Dogs 2014 welcomes over 34,000 visitors and 3,000 dogs over the two days of the show.

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