Happy hounds at Dogs Trust Snetterton’s fun day

Fun Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Pictures by Olivia Kingsley.

Fun Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Pictures by Olivia Kingsley. - Credit: Archant

Many happy tails were wagging at a dog charity's event this month which raised more than £7,000.

Fun Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Pictures by Olivia Kingsley.

Fun Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Pictures by Olivia Kingsley. - Credit: Archant

More than 2,000 people attended the Fun Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton on Sunday, June 7.

Staff have hailed the event, held in aid of the rehoming centre, as their most successful fun day in four years.

Pet owners who attended were able to enter their own pooches into the event's Dog Show, with categories including best biscuit catcher, waggiest tail, best oldie and handsomest dog.

There were also displays by The A Team and Have-A-Go Agility and a performance from local singer-songwriter Matt Watson.

Fun Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Pictures by Olivia Kingsley.

Fun Day at Dogs Trust Snetterton. Pictures by Olivia Kingsley. - Credit: Archant


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Kate Brewster, Dogs Trust Snetterton supporter relations officer, said: 'All of us at Dogs Trust Snetterton are delighted that the fun day was such a success. 'We raised a fantastic amount of money, and all of it goes towards the care of our abandoned, stray and unwanted dogs at the rehoming centre.'

She added: 'It was a great day for all, we had superb weather and all of our visitors got the chance to meet and greet our four legged friends and enter their own dogs in our Dog Show.'

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All of the staff and homeless hounds at Dogs Trust Snetterton would like to thank everyone who attended and gave donations.

Are you holding an event for charity? Email bethany.whymark@archant.co.uk.

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