Frequently Asked Questions
Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 May - Loseley Park, Surrey
Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 May - Ragley Hall, Warwickshire
Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 June - Tatton Park, Cheshire
Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 June - Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire
Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 September - Knebworth House, Hertfordshire
Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 September - Harewood House, Yorkshire
Click here for directions to Loseley Park.
To view all ticket pricing and information, click here.
Yes, visitors who are registered as disabled who purchase a ticket will be provided with a free ticket to bring along a carer. Please bring along proof of disability on the day (i.e. a photocopy of blue badge or DLA letter).
There is a £5 vehicle entry fee at DogFest Surrey. Disabled parking is available for £2.50.
At DogFest the health and well-being of all our humans and dogs are of utmost importance to us. Click here to see what we will be doing at DogFest to manage the risk of transmission.
Noel Fitzpatrick will not be at DogFest 2022 due to other commitments.
DogFest is committed to making everyone’s experience enjoyable. Please do consider that the festival is an outdoor event with grass fields and grounds with gradients/uneven surfaces. Whilst we have made a great effort to provide facilities to accommodate for this there will inevitably be some areas that are hard to navigate. There will be an area for disabled parking as close to the entrance to the event site as possible. There will be a fee for disabled parking. Please see the parking FAQ for more information.
Yes, there are tented areas for dogs and their owners to rest and take cover in case of extreme hot or wet weather.
Visitors should make extra provisions for any weather eventuality as although we’d love to have sunshine we cannot guarantee this due to the great British weather! DogFest advises bringing provisions from wellies to sun cream, blankets to waterproofs for sun, rain, wind and cold weather.
Please consider the temperament of your dog before you decide to attend. The show is very busy with thousands of other dogs and people, and knowing your own dog(s), you should consider if this is an environment which they will enjoy. Please keep your dog(s) on a lead at all times when you are at the show. For our full animal welfare guidelines, click here.
YES! DogFest is a celebration of the unique relationship between owner/s and their dog so we warmly welcome dogs to come along and have a great day out with their family. Please familiarise yourself with our Animal Welfare Guidelines, and ensure your dog stays on their lead at all times. But if you don’t have a dog, you’re also warmly invited to take part in any of the activities. Please note this is a dog’s day out and cats or other animals are not permitted.
Yes, you can still attend if you are unable to bring your own dog! Dogfest is both a fantastic day for doglovers as well as dogs and there will be plenty for you to do, including shopping opportunities and watching amazing displays.
Yes, you can bring your own food and drink to the venue. There will also be a number of catering options at DogFest; from teas and coffees, to a light lunch, cakes and ice-cream.
We allow filming at the event but wish to protect the integrity of the event and its exhibitors. You are free to record your own visit for your own personal home use. You will not be able to sell any photos or moving images of the event for commercial or other gain. Please respect the privacy of other attendees who may not want to be filmed. Please do not bring any professional equipment with you and please be aware of health and safety issues.
Visitors may be filmed, recorded or photographed for broadcast, promotion or security purposes during the event.
Should we have to postpone the dates of DogFest in regards to Covid-19, ticket transfers will be offered. In light of us having to cancel DogFest with no future dates provided, refunds will be distributed. Please note: refunds will exclude the transaction fee.