Dogfest Confirms Headline Sponsor

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DogFest confirms headline sponsor
20th March 2017

By Karen Pickwick

Vets4Pets is to be this year’s headline sponsor for the DogFest festival at Arley Hall, Cheshire (June 17-18) and Knebworth (June 24-25), Hertfordshire.

With DogFest looking to attract a combined audience of more than 45,000 visitors, Vets4Pets believes it will provide it with ‘the perfect platform’ to communicate its brand promise of ‘Putting Your Pet First’ to an audience of keen dog-lovers across the country.

Natalie Moore, brand marketing manager of Vets4Pets, said: “We are so excited to be back as the headline sponsor at DogFest 2017 and we’re looking forward to meeting even more lovely dogs and their owners.

“We know that pets are a much-loved member of the family, and DogFest is a day out for everyone to enjoy.

“During both weekends we will have lots of information and activities for dogs and owners alike, with veterinary surgeons and nurses are available throughout the event to provide advice and tips on pet wellness.

“As part of our Pets Love Summer campaign we’ll also be providing help for pet owners so they can give their pets a happy and healthy summer.

“For example being tick and flea aware, how to safely take your pet away on holiday with you and how to best look after your pet’s welfare in warm/hot weather.”

Hosted by Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, Supervet from Channel 4, DogFest offers dogs, their owners, and dog-lovers an action-packed weekend with ‘have-a-go’ activities for dogs including Flyball, agility, training and obedience sessions, dog diving and fun dog competitions. 

 

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