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Dogs NSW Dogs on Show 2017 - June 17


Dogs NSW will this year again throw open their gates on Saturday 17th June and are inviting you to attend their annual Dogs on Show event.

'Dogs on Show' is a chance to discover all the fun sports and activities you can enjoy with your canine friend and learn more about the different types of dog breeds and which may be best suited to your family and lifestyle. 





The event will showcase a Championship Dog Show plus demonstrations in Agility, Obedience, Dances with Dogs, Junior Handling, Retrieving, Sledding and Drafting

There will also be Jack Russell Terrier racing, Herding and Earthdog trials, plus a colourful Pageant of Breeds.

Dogs on Show 2016 - Anatolian Shepherd Club of NSW - Photo Credit: ffire Photography
As part of the NSW Government's Responsible Pet Education Program, we will also have special segments on Children's Safety with Dogs, which highlights the correct ways to approach dogs and the importance of supervision with young children.

A 'Kids Corner' will also be set up with face painting plus a fun 'dog related' colouring competition' where kids can win some great prizes. 

There will be many different breed clubs in attendance, as well as a Dogs NSW Information stand, so there will be expert advice on hand for all the Australian National Kennel Council's recognised breeds of dog. 


Griffon Bruxellois - Credit: ffire Photography
To add to the festivities, you can browse the stalls of many dog-related companies there will be plenty to see on the day! 

This will be a fabulous day out for the dog enthusiast, for someone unsure on what type of dog would best suit them, or simply a fun free day out for the entire family. There is something for everyone so why not come along and enjoy in the festivities.

Dogs on Show is sponsored by Royal Canin, 
Animal Equilibrium, Koly's Dog Treats, TuffRock, Love 'em, Delete.

When: Saturday 17th June 2017, from 9:00am to 4:00pm

Where: The Bill Spilstead Complex for Canine Affairs, 44 Luddenham Road, Orchard Hills. Take the Mamre Road turn off on the M4. 

Cost: There will be free admission and parking on the grounds plus food and refreshments available.

For more information, please visit www.dogsnsw.org.au

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