Join us for a jam-packed weekend. Tons of animals, expert advice & shopping galore.
IF YOU'RE MAD ABOUT DOGS, YOU CAN'T MISS THE DOG VILLAGE!
The Dog Village, is an essential visit for all canine lovers! Meet your favourite breeds and ask the experts any burning questions you have. Whether you're looking to add a new member to your family or want to share stories about looking after your breed.
There will be fantastic dog displays in the Activity Arena as well as training demos in the School 4 Dogs Ring and pooches strutting their stuff on the Canine Catwalk. Meet famous pooches in our Hound Hangout, including your favourite Dogs of Instagram!
Location: National Exhibition Center, Birmingham, England, B40 1NT
We're inviting you and your furry pals to a BIG colourful Mexican party on Saturday 2nd November at Mr Fox Croydon, London from 1pm!
Day of the Dog is an immersive Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) style celebration, full of colour and joy to celebrate our dogs. We want to see as many dogs there as possible, the big, the small, the fluffy and tall!
Tickets cost £21, and one dog goes free per ticket. Extra dogs are allowed to join for £3 each.
You and your Amigos can enjoy:
Games and Prizes from Dog Furiendly
Mariachi music from Mariachi Amigo
Free Calavera (Skull) Face Painting for The Humans
Goody Bag from Tails.com
Piñatas filled with doggy treats
Mini Dog Show Searching for the Most Handsome Chico and Prettiest Chica
Plenty of Photo opportunities
Mexican Drink offers from Mr Fox
During the event, there will also be a space for you to bring photos of your departed doggies, traditionally known as an altar. We invite you to bring offerings to the altar in the form of your dog’s favourite food, treats, toys etc.
Dogs were believed to guide the ancestral spirits to their final resting place in the afterlife. Therefore, all items donated to the altar will go to the Guide Dogs, as they guide living spirits to where they need to go.
We can't WAIT to see all your beautiful perros!
About Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
Día de Los Muertos originated in Mexico celebrating the everlasting bonds of family with food, art and colourful customs, showing love and respect to deceased family members.
Deceased family members are kept alive within the community in memory and spirit and during Día de Los Muertos their spirits return to be with their families. Altars are created to bring the spirits home, filled with family photos, candles, marigolds, and their favourite things.
Please note: this event is not part of the Dia de los Muertos public holiday, which has significant religious meaning. Many traditions will not be happening at this event.
Location: Mr Fox, 34 Surrey Street, Croydon, CR0 1RJ
Come and join us and enjoy our first Sunday walk for winter, we will walk from Dog Area at the Pavilion End to Stone Groyne and back. (Please remember to book a table at one of many dog friendly places).
Please keep your dog under close control, or on a lead, Can we ask you to please remember to bag and bin your litter.
We hope to see many of our friends and hope some new ones too.
Everyone welcome, level walking on mainly sand.
Buses stop at the Kings Statue, parking at the Pavilion Carpark, and at The Swannery Carpark (charges apply)
Follow our page to keep updated about our regular winter walks.
Location: Weymouth Beach, Weymouth , Dorset
This event repeats every week forever
Meet on Wednesday morning from 10am to 12.30 in the Visitor Centre by the car park in the middle of Stanley Park.
Come along to the coffee morning to enjoy tea, coffee and biscuits. Plus a biscuit and water for your dog as well.
Just drop in or ring on the day – 01253 699470
Location: Stanley Park Cl,, Blackpool, FY3 9TR