Back in 2011 I didn’t realise how much lesbians loved their four legged friends and couldn’t bear to leave them at home. Since 2013 the dog show is one of the main highlights of L Fest!
— Cindy Edwards

We know lots of you like to bring your dogs to L Fest, so they can enjoy the weekend too. You are reminded that dogs should be kept on a lead at all times. Any naughty dogs (or owners!) will be asked to leave, so make sure you look after them responsibly. 

We will have Doggie Daycare 10 - 6pm Saturday & Sunday where you can leave your dogs whilst you participate in an activity. Maximum 2 hour stays. There will be a dog stall and a charity stall and fun speed jumping competition during Saturday,  culminating in a final during the dog show on Sunday.

 

L Fest Dog Show - Sunday 23rd July 10 - 11am,  Dog Arena

Prizes for:

1) Dog that looks most like its owner

2) Fancy Dress dogs  (space Odyssey) 

3) Dog with the best trick

4) Best sit stay

5) Neatest retrieve

6) Butchest Bitch

7) Campest Canine

8) Dog in drag

9) Musical Mats (dog and owner must get on a mat when the music stops) Knockout competition.

10) Timed Obstacle course

11) Ending with the speed Jumping Final in 3 height catagories. Small, Medium, Large

 

DOGGIE WORKSHOPS!

Workshop - How dogs learn - Agility and trick training, Dog Arena - 10am Saturday and 12pm Sunday!

Jo from positivedogtraining.co will be leading workshops over the weekend as well as well as offering the 'Doggie Day Care' and hosting the Dog Show!

'For 25 yrs I have been helping people to live happily with their dogs. It’s not as hard as you think. Happy dogs are content dogs.

Classes using miniature Agility equipment, help keep pets active and fit both physically and mentally. Spending quality time with your pet, increases their ability to concentrate and learn through play

I believe in positive reward based training. Time with your dog should be a fun and fulfilling experience, for both you and the dog. For 25 yrs I have been helping people to live happily with their dogs. It’s not as hard as you think. Happy dogs are content dogs.

 Bring lots of toys and treats'