Vita Canis at DogFest – Arley Hall, Cheshire – 18th-19th June

May 20th, 2017

We are delighted to be attending the 2017 DogFest, being held in the wonderful Arley Hall in Cheshire.dogfest_logo_v4p-2017-white

Hosted by Supervet Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, DogFest is the paw-fect day out for dog lovers, providing a fun-filled, action packed day out for you and your dog!
See Noel Fitzpatrick Live, as he takes to the stage revealing the latest advances in the veterinary profession and recounting heart-warming success stories from past shows.
Join the Big Tick Great Dog Walk, a charity walk around the beautiful festival grounds, taking place twice a day. Take part in ‘have-a-go’ sessions with your dog, including Dog Diving, Temptation Alley, the Big Dog Dig and many, many more! Watch agility displays, learn training tricks, and see the fabulous Dogs with Jobs display. Enjoy a bespoke dog shopping area, with everything available to spoil your dog rotten, and perhaps even treat your pampered pooch to a grooming session.

Make sure you treat your dog to the ultimate doggy day out this year!

Come along to our stand in Arley Hall, Stand 181 and say hi!

Jitka Krizova
Vita Canis
Founder & Owner

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