All About Dogs 2022
Hylands Park - 1st - 2nd May 2022
You’ll see the BIGGEST EVER All About Dogs Show returning to Essex in 2022! Bring your dog to Hylands Park, Chelmsford on Sunday 1st and Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May for two days of exciting arena displays, expert advice, shopping and lots of have-a-go activities - and if you don’t have a dog, there’s plenty of fun for humans too!
Fun Dog Shows and Classes
This is what it's all about! All dogs and their families can join in our fun dog shows . From Best Rescue and Cutest Pup to Waggiest Tail and Bad Hair Day. Every dog's a winner at All About Dogs.
Scruffts is the nation's favourite crossbreed competition and this year it will be bringing the first round of heats to the All About Dogs Show Newark! The first place winners in each class will be eligible for the semi-final at Eukanuba Discover Dogs in London in October.
Let us entertain you, with a weekend packed with world class arena displays for this year's amazing line up & demonstrations.
The All About Dogs Show is about your dog having a great day out! Get them involved with a whole array of have-a-go activities. From Fastest Recall to Agility Courses.
The Village Green
With LIVE music, talks and fun games, the Village Green is a big part of the All About Dogs Show. This year's line up includes the likes of Britain's Got Talent's Trip Hazard and many more...
Prepare to spoil your dog rotten with a range of canine products and services on offer. From gadgets to treats, this is a dog shopping paradise.
Meet Dogs and Owners
Thinking about getting a dog but not sure which one is right for you? At our 2022 show you’ll be able to meet a huge variety of different dogs and speak to some of the owners and rescue centres for advice and guidance on the different dog breeds.
Broadlands Park, Romsey, 4th - 5th June
We love the fact that Dogstival is back. It’s always been such a fun packed day out. When we have attended before we met hundreds of other dogs and owners whilst watching world class dog displays and so many shows and competitions to watch or get involved in.
There are also behaviour experts to learn from, vet tips from ITV’s Dr Scott Miller and rosettes to win in the super relaxed dog show (this is certainly not Crufts) that anyone can enter.
There are also swimming pools for dog-diving and giant pampering, grooming and chill out dens if you prefer to take it easy. There is even a Doggy Chapel for impromptu pup weddings - we’re not joking!
Tickets range from £9 for day entry to £13.50 pp for a weekend pass.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): advice for people in England with animals
Advice for pet owners and livestock keepers on looking after the welfare of animals during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This advice applies to England only.
You should stay alert and follow the current coronavirus guidance at all times. This is national guidance. Check if there are local restrictions in your area.
There is no evidence that:
• coronavirus is circulating in pets or other animals in the UK
• pets, other domestic animals or livestock can transmit the disease to humans
In line with general advice on coronavirus, you should wash your hands before and after being around or handling animals or their food. There is no evidence that you need to wash your pets to control the spread of coronavirus. Never use household or commercial cleaning products, disinfectants or antibacterial wipes on pets.