Weekend treat for dog lovers

Dogs and dog lovers are being promised a real treat on Sunday , as Dogs Trust Snetterton Rehoming Centre hosts its Fun Day and Fun Dog Show.The event is taking place in the field next to the Rehoming Centre in North End Road and visitors are encouraged to join in the activities which include a Dog Dash for the fastest dog as well as the Fun Dog Show, agility and obedience displays, the Dogs Trust Reunion Parade and a demonstration of their skills by the Eastern Area Prison Service Drug Dogs.

Dogs and dog lovers are being promised a real treat on Sunday , as Dogs Trust Snetterton Rehoming Centre hosts its Fun Day and Fun Dog Show.

The event is taking place in the field next to the Rehoming Centre in North End Road and visitors are encouraged to join in the activities which include a Dog Dash for the fastest dog as well as the Fun Dog Show, agility and obedience displays, the Dogs Trust Reunion Parade and a demonstration of their skills by the Eastern Area Prison Service Drug Dogs.

Other highlights include Norfolk Dog Control Services microchipping service, games, charity and trade stalls, bric-a-brac and craft stalls, dog and human tombola stands as well as the raffles and refreshments.

Organiser Barbara Emons said: “We are very excited about this year's Fun Day and Fun Dog Show and we really can promise a great day out for all the family, whether they have two legs or four! There will be all sorts of activities to keep everyone occupied and amused - there will definitely be something for everyone. So, please come along and support Dogs Trust Snetterton!”


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Gates will open at 11.30am to allow dog show registration to take place and the show will run until 4pm. Entrance to the

event is �1 for adults with free admission for senior citizens and children.

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