PupAid, the UK’s favourite star-studded dog show and world’s biggest anti-puppy farming event is back this year – bigger and better than ever.
Returning to London’s stunning Primrose Hill for the 7th year, the event has become a permanent fixture in animal lovers’ calendars nationwide, as well as a whole host of celebrities.
PupAid, which is taking place on September 1st, is a fun, free day out for all the family and it is hard to say who enjoys it more, the pooches or their owners.
This year looks to be the biggest yet with a record number of stalls already signed up, special guests booked and some very familiar faces already confirmed.
There’s even going to be a fun and poignant ‘pink’ theme this year for PupAid founder Marc Abraham, ‘Marc The Vet’s’ biggest campaign for puppy welfare to date – Lucy’s Law – named in honour of ex-puppy farm breeding dog Lucy the rescue cavalier.
As well as all things pink, visitors can enjoy freshly made cruelty-free vegan food, try the have-a-go agility course, shop for their pooch at a multitude of boutique stalls, meet ethical animal charities and enjoy amazing doggy displays too.
The highlight of the day is always the incredibly moving parade of ex-breeding bitches rescued from UK puppy farms to remind visitors just what PupAid is all about.
The event is set to be a fantastic free fun-filled day out for all the family – both two and four-legged.