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A festival devoted to dogs, Pawfest, comes to Betteshanger Country Park for the first time

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A festival devoted to dogs will be setting tails wagging this weekend.

Kent’s PawFest, which promises competitions, the chance to watch top dog acts and muddy dog trails, will be held at Betteshanger Country Park, in Deal.

Pawfest is devoted to dogs
Pawfest is devoted to dogs

Run in partnership with Liberty's Pet Services, the event on Saturday, September 4, will include a kids' zone and a selection of street food vendors and bars on site, as well as expert veterinary surgeons on hand to provide animal first aid courses and demonstrations on animal care.

The festival will also host a canine shopping village with trade stalls from local businesses including Deal Doggies Bake House, Pretty Paws Dog Grooming, Ruby Ruffs Doggy Deli, 7 Pet Pack UK, Ease in Motion, Chadds Creations, Dizzy’s Dog Food, Treat Tastic, Snow Paws, Beauty Fun, Barney’s Doggy Bakery, Little Pink Dog Collars, Pawzavity and Maddie Moos.

Head of the park, Stuart O’Leary, said: “We are extremely excited to open our doors to host our first PawFest event in September. We have worked closely with the team at Liberty’s Pet Services to create a fun and educational event that coaches owners about the wellbeing of canines."

Dogs will be well treated at the festival
Dogs will be well treated at the festival

Ticket holders can also win £500 of vouchers to spend on a dog-friendly staycation in Norwich with East Rutton Cottages.

Tickets cost £13.20 for adults, £11 for children and seniors. Book here.

You can also find out more about PawFest by visiting pbeta.co.uk

For more Days Out ideas across Kent click here.

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