Packed programme set for All About Dogs show at Trinity Park this Easter weekend
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The All About Dogs show returns to Trinity Park in Ipswich this weekend to celebrate all things canine.
This year’s event coincides with the Easter bank holiday, and features a host of competitions and activities for pet pooches to get involved with.
Among some of the attractions over the two-day event will be an Easter bonnet parade where dainty dogs can show off their best homemade headwear and a chance to enter the Best Doggy Photo trophy.
One of this year’s highlights is set to be the K9 Aqua team – Europe’s largest independent canine aquatic and dog diving team.
The team will be facilitating a host of water friendly water sports involving both dogs and handlers.
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Also at the event will be up to 20 dog shows where owners and their dogs can take part in hurdles, flyball, agility and recall courses.
Canine experts will be on hand throughout both days to offer advice and support on a range of issues.
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A spokesman from the show said: “Our shows are open to every man, woman, child and their dogs, and we would really like to encourage as many dog owners as possible to attend – it really will make a great day out.”
The event runs from 9.30am-5pm on Sunday and Monday, with advance tickets available online at www.allaboutdogsshow.co.uk.
Entry on the gate will be £9 for adults and £5 for children.