Win Tickets to Discover Dogs

We have five pairs of tickets to give away to the biggest dog event in London, courtesy of show sponsors, Metro Bank.

Discover Dogs is held at Earls Court, on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th November and you could be going with a friend for FREE! The tickets give access for both days so you can choose which is best to suit you. If you’re staying nearby you can have two whole days of canine filled fun.

discover dogs

Discover Dogs began in 1996 and has now become one of the must-sees in the canine calendar. Organised by the Kennel Club, 200 breeds of pedigree dog will be showcased for visitors to meet.

With Eukanuba and Metro Bank sponsoring the event there is something for everyone:

  • Companion Dog Club Competition
  • Scruffts – Family Crossbreed Dog of the Year Class Finals
  • 200 breeds of pedigree dog for visitors to meet and learn more about
  • Young Kennel Club Competitions
  • Kennel Gazette Junior Warrant Semi Final
  • Dog Agility and many different doggy demonstrations
  • Dog Photographer of the Year 2013 photographic competition – winners’ display
  • Trade Stands – over 100 stands

To win yourself a pair of tickets, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post, telling me the name and breed of your dog(s) If you don’t have a dog, tell me what breed you would love to own!

Five winners will be chosen at random and announced on this blog on Wednesday 30th October. So keep an eye out as you’ll be asked to email your details to receive the tickets.

T&C’s

  • Only one comment per person please.
  • Five winners will be announced and expected to email their address for delivery of the tickets.
  • Should the chosen winners not respond by 12pm, 31st October, more names will be randomly chosen and announced on this blog.

Weds 30th October: ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED, THANK YOU!

34 comments

  1. I have two rescue Chihuahuas! Their names are Loki (named after the baddy from the Thor Marvel films!) & Boo (who’s named after the ghost from the Super Mario games!) 🙂 x

  2. Oscar the chocolate labrador who has severe skin allergies,which are kept under control with medication from the vet….he however is the most cheerful and gentlest and sometimes most mischevious boy.:)

  3. I used to own Bonnie, a Shih Tzu, who passed away aged 14 years and 10 months on 1 January this year. She had been with me since 9 weeks of age. Still deciding on my next breed but love Great Danes, English Bulldogs, Shar Pei, French Bulldogs and Pugs – in that order

  4. We have 5 dogs from 15 weeks to 8 years! “Maisie” is the mischievious Orange-Roan Cocker Spaniel & her half-sister, “Buttons” is a Blue-roan Cocker. “Bailey” is a cheeky 2 yr old Cockerpoo and his friend “Leo” is a handsome long haired German Shepherd. Last, but not least, is “Bear” our stubborn but beautiful Alaskan Malamute. Phew! 🙂

  5. I have never had the chance of having a dog – always lived in flats and always thought it wouldn’t be fair on him/her but we are moving in a house in the New Year and it would be lovely to be able to talk to breeders at Discover Dogs about the dogs they raise to see if we would be suitable to the breeds we are fond of…and the plan is then to rescue one from a dogs’ shelter…so any lovely dog we could make happy would do! 😉

  6. We have 5 dogs. A 16 year old Golden Retriever, 11 and 9 yr old Border collies, 7 Year old Golden Retriever and a 2 yr old labrador.

  7. We have 5 wonderful dogs in our family home. We have two long haired chihuahuas named Stitch (8) and Precious(4) and three Flat Coated Retrievers named Kira (10), Bracken(8) and Ruby(2). I know a strange variety of big and small breeds, however they all get on so so well. Its just lovely to wacth, they really look out for each other.

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