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Dog show will raise cash for Futures for Dogs rehoming group

By Beth Robson

Pooches will put their best paw forward when they are presented to judges at a dog show and fun day on Sunday.

It will be held by a good cause which rehomes dogs called Futures for Dogs.

The show, at Kestral Fen, Ash Road, Sandwich, is from 10am to 5pm.

Stig was a winner at last year's Futures for Dogs dog show

Stig was a winner at last year's Futures for Dogs dog show

It makes up the 12th show organised by Futures for Dogs, which operated under a different name 4Paws and More in its early days.

Half of the proceeds raised will pay for the medical help received by Oodles, one of the rescue dogs, who suffered abuse under a previous owner which has resulted in costly operations. 

Entry is free and it costs £2 per class and there are 22 classes to enter including have ago agility.

Oodles was malnourished and covered in fleas and matted fur when rescued by Futures for Dogs

Oodles was malnourished and covered in fleas and matted fur when rescued by Futures for Dogs

Car parking is £2 for the day

Foster dogs needing homes will be with organisers and helpers. They’ll be paraded around the arena at 10.15pm and 1.45pm.

Stalls are still available costing £15.

Futures for Dogs’ fundraising catering team will be there with home made goodies for dogs and gluten free and vegetarian options for humans.

There will be bouncy castle, Gatseys Gutbuster burgers, sweet shop craft stalls, dog toys leads more.

Rescue dog Oodles has had lots of costly surgery which Futures for Dogs need to pay for

Rescue dog Oodles has had lots of costly surgery which Futures for Dogs need to pay for

The postcode for satnavs is: CT3 2DA.
For more information on Futures for Dogs, search them on Facebook.

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