Sewerby Hall and Gardens will be hosting a new fun dog show on Sunday 24th September.

The Canine Carnival will be hosted in partnership with, and in aid of, Jerry Green Dog Rescue, who for over 60 years have rescued, cared for and rehomed over 40,000 dogs in need of a second chance.

The event will help to raise vital funds for them.

Guaranteed to get tails wagging, the event will run from 10:30am to 3:30pm and promises to bring plenty of entertainment for the whole family, including a fun dog show with rosettes awarded for first, second and third in show classes for:

Prettiest Eyes

Cutest Puppy

Waggiest Tail

Best Rescue

Best Friend (Child Handler)

Loveliest Lady

Handsome Chap

And a prize for:

Best in Show.

Entry to each show category will be at the event and the fee will be £3, in aid of Jerry Green Dog Rescue.

There will also be a class for dogs to become ‘The Dog of Sewerby Hall 2023’ and pick up a trophy donated by the event sponsor, Oh So Precious Pet Keepsakes.

Helen Davies, Managing Director of the Lovely Gift Group, said: “We are thrilled that our new pet keepsake brand is sponsoring our local county dog show, Canine Carnival.

“Oh So Precious is all about making and treasuring memories with our pets, so this is the perfect event for us to be involved with, and I’m sure it will be a fantastic day for families, with plenty of memories made.”

The event field will be packed with a show and demo ring, chill out zone, agility area, the Oh So Precious competition marquee, lots of stalls selling treats along with food vendors and coffee stops.

Marie Gascoigne, general manager, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, said : “There will be a great deal to enjoy: competitions to enter, talks to listen to, demonstrations to watch, have a go dog agility, scent work and ball pools, man trailing sessions and demonstrations from Paws 4 Trailing.

“Add to that Dog Tales – story time with Bridlington Library, a dog ‘catwalk’ to enter dogs in the Oh My Dog of Beverley fashion show, veterinary advice from Aldgate Veterinary Practice, face painting to look like your dog, and with such a stunning location every dog will want a photo, at the dog selfie area.

“This day promises to be a great day out for all the family, including their four legged friends.”

Dogs will be free to Sewerby Hall and Gardens, and standard admission charges apply for humans which includes access to the house, gardens, zoo and BRICKLIVE exhibition.

Only assistance dogs are permitted in the zoo and house.

Sunday 24th September will also be the last day of the popular BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise exhibition in the gardens.

Large numbers of visitors are expected to the Canine Carnival. There is free car parking on site, and additional parking is available at Sewerby Picnic Car Park and Limekiln Lane Pay and Display Car Park.

This is an ideal dog walk and a stroll up to the event along the coast path. Discounted paid admission to Sewerby Hall and Gardens is available with a valid parking ticket.

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