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Mary Joy Langdon’s Bambi was the winner of the photographic competition:
Congratulations to our worthy winners who receive a Snappy Snaps studio portrait session and portrait worth £150.
July 19th, 2015 Dukes Meadows, Chiswick, London, W4 10.00 – 17.00 Chiswick Fun Dog Day will be our first major event. Come and join us for a companion dog show (held under KC rules) and to test your dog’s skills in the non-competative games zone.
This will be a unique event dedicated to promoting responsible dog ownership and held in memory of our friend and neighbour Anne Naysmith.
Join us and help to raise funds for the Anne Naysmith Scholarship Fund at the Royal Academy of Music.
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- Compete in pedigree and companion classes judged by experienced, impartial judges
- Learn about the way that your dog uses his senses in the non-competitive Games Zone
- Ask our experts for advice and assistance, including a chance to meet the Dog Warden
- Find out about a range of first class dog-related products
- Have fun with your dog!
Hounslow Dog Warden will provide a free creche service for your dog for a short while while you lunch or show another dog or change into your fancy dress! Dogs may not be left with the Warden for more than half an hour. Schedule of classes: Chiswick Fun Dog Day Schedule Please fell free to contact us if you would like to advertise or sponsor a class: Exclusive to Chiswick Fun Dog Day WildGoose caterers are providing made to order hampers for that perfect picnic in the idyllic setting of the riverside meadows. Bring a rug and enjoy a freshly made lunch between classes. Orders must be received by July 13th at the latest. hampers will be available for collection at the show between 12.00 and 14.00. Hamper details are available here. Sponsors include: Barking Heads Fish4Dogs Hammersmith Dog Training Club Lily’s Kitchen www.petbloodbankuk.org/>Pet Blood Bank Snappy Snaps The Massage Centre Your Dog Magazine