Have a go

Fun Dog Shows

With dozens of classes and rosettes for the top three in each class - the fun dog shows are always popular with visitors of All About Dogs. Our 2019 classes will be run by the Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue and the German Shepherd Rescue Elite. Click here for more information about our 2019 classes...

K9 Aqua Sports

K9 Aqua returns to our 2019 All About Dogs Shows due to popular demand! Come along and let your dog have a go and get super wet in this increasingly popular sport. Remember to bring your camera as you are sure to get some good shots of dogs flying through the air!

Hoopers

NEW FOR 2019: Have a go at one of the UK's fastest growing dog sports! Hoopers is a low impact sport using hoops, tunnels and barrels. The activity will be run by a Canine Hoopers Accredited Instructor and is great for all aged dogs even older retired dogs.

Come and have-a-go with For Paws on Saturday and Gemgray Dog Training on Sunday.

Agility Course

Dog agility is a dog sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy. Dogs run off lead with no food or toys as incentives, and the handler can touch neither dog nor obstacles. Organised by Colin Agility Club, the agility course is open to dogs of all ages and breeds.

Flyball

Organised by Kennet Zingers Flyball Team, Flyball is a fun, fast sport for you and your dog (any breed, any size), as long as dogs are over 12 months old they can play flyball. Bring your dog to visit the team and have a go at this popular dog sport - plus you can witness the British Flyball Association sanctioned competition live at the show. See the teams competing against each other in exciting head to head relay races. The competition is held over two days.

Fun Obedience Competition

A HUGE welcome back to the PADS Dog Display Team, who will be running a fun obedience competition over the weekend. With rosettes for 1st to 5th place, the obedience competition will run from 10am to 3pm. After 3pm the scores will be totalled and rosettes awarded. The exercises will be split into Beginners and Advanced Level with obedience tasks including on-lead heel work, sit stays, weaves, recall, stop at distance and more.

Hurdles and Lure Racing

ACES was started by a small group of friends that enjoyed getting out and about with their dogs, the days got more popular with more people wanting to know what's going on and where. Join the ACES team and see if your dog can get the fastest time in either the lure race or hurdles.

Steeplechase

A fun retrieval activity, the Steeplechase requires your dog to navigate over a series of straw bales to retrieve a dummy. Organised by the PADS Dog Display Team, any size and any breed is welcome to take part and have a go.

Obstacle Course

This year's obstacle course challenge is organised by the Notts & Yorkshire Boxer Rescue. The fastest times within each hour will win a prize. Fastest dog of the day wins a rosette.

Fastest Recall

Fastest recall is a test of speed. It's a high energy canine sport which requires your dog to chase a toy.... then come back on recall. Will your dog be the quickest of the day? All proceeds of the Recall go to the German Shepherd Rescue Elite.

Scurry

Join the Scurry Bandits at our Newbury Show and take on the team's scurry challenges. Your dog can have a go at their Bale Jump or Pick Up scurries with rosettes awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for adults and juniors. The scurry will be running across both event days and any dog is welcome to take part.

All information correct at time of publication. Aztec Events reserves the right to amend or change activities due to unforeseen circumstances without prior notice. Have a go activities may include small additional charges.