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And don't forget to have a look at our helpful guide to buy a dog which contains information about responsible breeders and checklists to help you make your decision (e.g. which breed to choose, what to ask breeders).
Please note that unfortunately NO DOGS, other than those that have been invited by the Kennel Club and Assistance Dogs, are permitted into the show.
Feeling stressed out? This is the stuff that dreams are made of! Come to Discover Dogs and pet a puppy in the dedicated Pet a Puppy Stressbuster Clinic. There will be Golden Retriever and German Shepherd dog pups throughout both days of the show, for your petting pleasure! You can even have your heart rate and blood pressure monitored as you unwind!
The Official Show Guide is the best way to get the most out of your visit to this fantastic canine event. Find out what’s on at the show including all the timetables and seminar programmes on caring for your dog, getting a rescue dog and other activities you can do with your best friend!
Navigate your way around the show with our handy maps. Locate Exhibitors using the Exhibitors’ Directory. Learn more about the dogs at the show with our essential Breed Guides. Your essential show-companion comes fully loaded with:
Come and meet Olly, the Jack Russell who went awol whilst doing agility at Crufts, racking up 11 million views worldwide on Youtube. He will even be trying his paws again at agility.
N.B Visitors that are registered as disabled who purchase tickets can bring along a carer to the show FREE of charge. The carer does not require a ticket, however proof of disability or need of a carer should be shown at the door.
The Kennel Club is the organisation responsible for running Discover Dogs every year. The Kennel Club was founded in 1873 and is able to offer dog owners an unparalleled source of information, experience and advice on buying a dog from responsible breeders but also dog welfare, health and training.