The Hunstanton Fun Dog Show – Saturday 11th May 2019

A Barking Bugle Event held at Glebe House School, Cromer Road, Hunstanton, PE36 6HW
Entries and activities from 11am - Fun show Judging from 1pm.
Proudly sponsored by Coastal Veterinary Group - Snettisham

Barked By Frodo | 14th February 2019

The Hunstanton Fun Dog Show – Saturday 11th May 2019

Come along and enjoy the best day out for dogs on the Norfolk coast. There are 12 fun classes to enter with rosettes up to 10th place in each class – with Best in Show and Reserve BIS Trophies.

We welcome all dogs, pedigree and otherwise.  If you’re not sure about your parentage no need to be embarrassed, we won’t ask!


Prettiest Girl, Most Handsome Boy, Veteran (aged 8 +), Young Dog (under 3), Dog The Judge would like to take home, Waggiest Tail, Best Rescue, Boy with the most appealing eyes, Girl with the most appealing eyes, Fancy Dress, Happy Families (2 dogs or more), Dog with no Rosettes.  £1.50 per class.

Followed by Best in Show and Reserve Best in Show.

Besides the Fun Dog Show there will be have-a-go flyball, a fastest recall competition, Dachshund Racing and a fantastic doggy dancing display by Active Pupz. Plus trade stands, bouncy castles, plenty of refreshments (including vegetarian and vegan options) and onsite parking.

Timetable for the day

11 am  –  Show opens for Entries, Have-g0 flyball, Fastest re-call competition.

12. noon – Dachshund Racing

12.30 pm –  Doggy Dancing Display with the amazing Ruth and Chase from ‘Active Pupz’

12.50 pm  –  Cavalier Class and Parade

1pm – The Fun Dog show Judging

To keep up with the latest show news follow the Barking Bugle on their social media sites.


If you’ve got any questions or would like to book a trade stand drop me an email.  Look forward to seeing you there!

Woofs Frodo Cavalier – Editor

Handlers are responsible for you at all times; please be respectful to other dogs and give each other space!



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9 thoughts on “The Hunstanton Fun Dog Show – Saturday 11th May 2019”

  1. Look forward to coming to the show

  2. K Shanks says:

    Hi, just wondering roughly how big the show area will be for the actual classes, in comparison to how many dogs there may be? My dog can be a bit nervous around other dogs and just wanted to enquire beforehand. If it is quite small, is it easy enough to get out if need be (from the sides perhaps?)
    Thanks, sorry for the odd question.

    1. We have a very large show ring as we do tend to get a lot of dogs attending and we try to give them as much room as possible. The ring is roped off and is easy enough to step over if need be. Booking in for classes can get a bit congested. May I suggest if your dog is nervous that he/she wears a yellow ribbon on their lead, this will make people aware and they should give you more room.
      Thanks for getting in touch. Do let me know if we can be of further help. Woofs Frodo

  3. Aisha and her mum Marie says:

    I’ve only just found out about this and it’s too short notice for Aisha and me to attend, but do you hold this every year? If so I will put it in Aisha’s diary and plan ahead!

    1. Hi Aisha and mum, yes it’s every year second week in May

  4. Beth says:

    See you there guys, can’t wait as we had such a good time last year. We met some lovely friends who we are still in touch with and Oakley’s excited to meet everyone for the first time!

  5. Ann Boulter says:

    Hi, please could I have a stand at this years dog show? I make and sell Barky Bakes at farmers markets at Fakenham, Creake Abbey & Sandringham, all treats are free from eggs, dairy, lactose or animal products. I also make dog jackass, jumpers etc! Thank you, Ann

  6. Toby Patterdale says:

    Looking forward to tomorrow. Will there be a squirrel chasing competition?

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