Canine Caper At Dukes Meadows

Chiswick Fun Dog Day

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You know your dog’s a winner, whether they’re a pedigree or a crossbreed and this is your chance to prove it. Bring them along to Chiswick Fun Dog Day to strut their stuff in front of experienced, independent, qualified judges on July 19th from 10.00 – 17.00 at Dukes Meadows.

Come and have fun with:
- 24 classes for all types of dogs
- A unique Games Zone - test your dog's senses and try our fiendish Temptation Alley challenge
- A Special Child Handler class (9-18 year olds) including a one-to-one session with the judge and a prize for every entrant
- A KC Companion Dog Club class
- A advice session with the Dog Warden and free microchipping
- A dog creche
- Stalls, a tombola with fantastic prizes and delicious refreshments from local caterers.

Entry to the event is free. Classes cost £2 to enter and games cost £1 each with no limit to entries

Register early and receive a goody bag courtesy of our sponsors – first come, first served!

See for full details

To get you in the mood, there are two exciting offers exclusive to Chiswick Fun Dog Day:

• Snappy Snaps on Chiswick High Road is offering £250 worth of fabulous prizes in conjunction with Chiswick Fun Dog Day. The theme is “Dog/s Having Fun”. Submit an entry form and photograph/s of your dog/s. £2 per entry (or 3 entries for £5). Full details are on the form available from Snappy Snaps, Chiswick High Road or downloadable from

• WildGoose of Chiswick are offering individually prepared picnic hampers. Enjoy fabulous food in an idylic riverside setting. See for menus and how to order.

The show is run by CReDO, the Campaign for Responsible Dog Ownership, with funds raised going to the Anne Naysmith Scholarship Fund at the Royal Academy of Music in memory of our much-loved friend and neighbour who died in a tragic accident earlier this year.

They say; " By helping us to raise funds you will be supporting a young pianist in their budding career and ensuring that the memory of Miss Naysmith and her love of music is perpetuated."

July 17, 2015

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