Win a family ticket to DogFest!

Win a family ticket to DogFest – the ultimate summer festival for dogs!

We’re a team of dog lovers at eastlife so we’ve partnered up with DogFest, the UK’s biggest and best day out for dogs and their families, to offer two lucky winners the chance to win a family pass to this fun-filled day out! 

Credit: Nigel Kirby Photography

DogFest will take place in the stunning grounds of Knebworth House in Hertfordshire on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 May.

This amazing weekend once again promises a packed schedule of celebrity appearances and expert talks, jaw-dropping dog displays, educational sessions and fun activities where the public – and their dogs – can join in.  Everything is geared towards celebrating the amazing bond between dogs and people and promoting animal welfare.

Image credit: Nigel Kirby Photography

With special guests Clare Balding and Supervet Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, a highlight of this year’s event is ‘The Great Dog Walk’ (there are 2K and 4K routes).  Clare will lead the walk and Noel will open it.  He’ll also front a special interactive feature for younger visitors. 

Image credit: Nigel Kirby Photography

Then there are seemingly endless have-a-go activities such as dog diving, Fido’s Lido, flyball, agility, hay bale jumping and fun dog competitions.  There’s even mass participation dog yoga where pets and people can de-stress together.

If that wasn’t enough DogFest also offers a bonanza of live music, delicious food stalls, dog-centric shopping and even more to be announced over the next few weeks!

We have TWO family ticket (for two adults and two children), worth £45 up for grabs. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is fill in the form below…


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The closing date for this competition is April 30, 2019

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