The Young Kennel Club will be hosting two rings as part of its
interactive Kids Zone for the first time at the Dogs for the
Disabled annual summer celebration.
The Dogs for the Disabled annual celebration takes place at the
Kennel Club Building in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire on Saturday
31stMay and the YKC activities are for members and visitors
The YKC Kids Zone will include 'have a go' flyball and obedience
training for everyone who would like to join in, and a Crufts
qualifying grooming competition for YKC members. Entries into the
YKC Grooming Competition must be sent into the YKC office before
the show, and application forms can be downloaded at www.ykc.org.uk.
The fun filled day is open to the public and there are lots of
activities on offer including Meet Pups and Partnerships, Police
Dog Display Team, Disability Sports Zone, Craft Fair and more.
YKC classes cost £5 per class, with 50% of class entries being
donated to Dogs for the Disabled, and the show is open from
11am-3pm and is free for all visitors.
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: "This annual event
is incredibly popular and is a great day out for all the family.
The activities in the YKC Kids Zone are a fantastic way of
introducing children to the range of dog related activities
available. It's open to children of all ages and looks set to be a
lovely event for all involved."
For more information about the event visit www.ykc.org.uk/dogs-disabled-fun-dog-day.