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Maidstone: Paws in the Park comes to the Kent Showground at Detling

By Angela Cole

Does your dog take the biscuit?

Bright eyes, bushy tails and wet noses will be the dress code for this weekend’s Paws in the Park show.

The two-day annual show devoted to all things dog saw more than 14,000 visitors on two legs through its gates last year – and countless more on four.

Grace Gordon and Maddy Cawston with pugs Flow and Marley at last year's show. Picture Matthew Walker

Grace Gordon and Maddy Cawston with pugs Flow and Marley at last year's show. Picture: Matthew Walker

Now in its 11th year, the weekend held at the Kent Showground in Detling, near Maidstone, is packed with dog-related games and activities to try including flyball, search and rescue and agility.

There will also be arena displays and entertainment, plus the ever-popular Dash ‘n’ Splash, where dogs take to the water. Stand back if you’d prefer to stay dry!

Robbie the labrador takes on the ever-popular Splash 'n' Dash Picture Matthew Walker

Robbie the labrador takes on the ever-popular Splash 'n' Dash Picture: Matthew Walker

There will also be every kind of dog accessory to buy, from beds to coats, collars to leads and treats to shampoo.

Tye the dog at last year's show Picture Matthew Walker

Tye the dog at last year's show Picture: Matthew Walker

DETAILS

Paws in the Park will be at the Kent Showground in Detling, near Maidstone, on Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17, between 9.30am and 5pm both days.

Parking is free. For tickets and more details go to pawsinthepark.net or call 07952 971452.

No Duff Dog shows how agile he is

No Duff Dog shows how agile he is

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