One of our favourite annual North London dog events is hitting our neighbourhood this Saturday. You won’t want to miss this lovely day of doggy delights.
Every year PupAid raises awareness about the UK’s cruel puppy farming trade by hosting a wonderful day of dog show fun.
In 2016, over a thousand people and pooches attended the event, and this year looks to be even bigger with over 65 exhibitors, celebrity judges, boutique doggy stalls and supporter stands.
Pup Aid 2017 will again be held in Primrose Hill Park. The best entrance to access the event is at the corner of Regents Park Road and Albert Terrace. Public transport is recommended (closest tube station is Chalk Farm) as parking in Primrose Hill village and around the park is quite limited.
We hope to see you there!
To find out more, visit the PupAid website.