It’s that time of the year again, London’s biggest dog event Discover Dogs is only around the corner. With an expected 34,000 visitors, 300 dogs and over 200 breed booths it’s a fantastic opportunity to meet and interact with various breeds and rescues. Additionally there will be the Scruffts finals, companion dog competitions and more.
I will also add that I will be attending both days with The Kennel Club as an official so I look forward to meeting you there!
For more information about Discover Dogs and to book tickets visit the website for more details.
Meanwhile here is a short video of what to expect this year along with the highlights of last year!
Good evening and a very special Happy Halloween to all of my readers!
I’ve tried to get into the Halloween spirit as much as I could so I made this attempt at carving some pumpkins..
Okay so it’s not exactly a work of art, but the thought was there…
Oh! And just to let you know, I’ll be at Runcorn this weekend for a KCAI event which should be interesting. No doubt I’ll be blogging and updating my progress next week.
The week after that is Discover Dogs which is at Earls Court in London (9th-10th November).
For those who haven’t experienced Discover Dogs it’s an event organised by The Kennel Club where the public gets to meet all 200+ pedigree breeds. Each breed has it’s own booth manned by a breeder or owner(s) and a few of their dogs. It’s a brilliant opportunity to understand each breed. It’s great place to go to find out about the local breed rescue shelters or reputable breeders out there.
I’ll be there with The Kennel Club so if you’re going to the KCAI event or Discover Dogs be sure to pop round and say hello!
When I was 17 years old, I remember walking down Bournemouth beach on a summer morning with my dad while watching dogs and their walkers dashing on the sand and throwing themselves into the beach. He turned to me and said, “In order to be happy in life, Mark, you must always have something to look forward to.” And from looking ahead in my diary for July, he certainly wasn’t wrong.