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Paws in the Park autumn show 2018 at the Kent Showground near Maidstone

By Angela Cole

Sniff out the best weekend treat for you and your four-legged friend as Paws in the Park returns.

Thousands of dogs will be bringing their owners for some canine commotion at the Kent Showground in Detling near Maidstone, this weekend as Paws in the Park makes another stop.

Now in its 12th year, last year's event saw more than 21,000 people and 10,000 dogs pitch up for pet-related fun.

Border collie Zac from Faversham taking part in the Dash n' Splash Challenge at last year's show Picture: Andy Jones
Border collie Zac from Faversham taking part in the Dash n' Splash Challenge at last year's show Picture: Andy Jones

The event, which will be held on Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16, includes games and activities to try including flyball, canine search and rescue, and dog agility.

The packed weekend also sees arena displays and entertainment, and the popular dash 'n' splash area.

Paws in the Park will be at the Kent Showground Picture: Andy Jones
Paws in the Park will be at the Kent Showground Picture: Andy Jones

Open from 9.30am to 5pm both days, there is also a VIP training day on Friday, September 14 for exclusive tuition courses and help and advice from the experts. Visitors can also camp on site to take advantage of both days.

Agility at Paws in the Park Picture: Andy Jones
Agility at Paws in the Park Picture: Andy Jones

DETAILS

Paws in the Park will be held at the Kent Showground in Detling, near Maidstone on Saturday, September 15 and Sunday, September 16. For tickets at £10 and £7.50 for children, visit pawsinthepark.net

Tylor dressed for the occasion Picture: Andy Jones
Tylor dressed for the occasion Picture: Andy Jones

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