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Win tickets to Just Dogs Live at East of England Showground

By Tim Coulson

Library image of dog show.
Library image of dog show.

Dog lovers have a real treat in store this July as the popular Just Dogs Live event ‘wags’ into action at the East of England Showground.

East Anglia’s biggest dog event – Just Dogs Live is set to be even bigger and better than last year’s show, offering something for everyone who loves man’s best friend.

Whether owners want to show off their dogs, see thrilling displays, learn from the experts, look at the dogs or just soak up the atmosphere, this three-day event taking place from July 10-12, is a ‘paw-sitively’ great day out.

Kerry Buttriss, from Just Dogs Live, said: “After the fantastic re-launch of Just Dogs Live last year, we’re thrilled to report there’s an even fuller, more entertaining programme for 2015.”

Topping the bill on all three days is a General Championship Dog Show, held under Kennel Club rules. This event is open to all and acts as a qualifying round for this year’s Crufts – so successful pooches may find themselves catapulted to the ring in Birmingham next March.

Alternatively, for owners of non-pedigree pooches, on the Saturday there’s a Scrufts Crossbreed of the Year event, followed by a Companion Dog Show on Sunday, which is sure to create huge interest and fun for all-comers.

Visitors can also enjoy a number of exciting displays across the three days in the display ring.

Tickets for the event can be bought in advance online or by calling 01733 363500.

To be in the chance of winning a pair of tickets for this year’s event please answer the following question correctly and send your answer to rachel.pishhorn@jpress.co.uk by June 25.

Q.The Queen is famous for owning what type of dog?

a. Spaniel

b. Corgi

c. Labrador


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