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Fun Dog Show

An event in September in Somerset
Ferne Animal Sanctuary
Chard
Somerset
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Spectate or enter our Novelty & Obedience Classes. We have prizes, official judging, and rosettes to 6th place. Its a family occasion, and dogs on leads are welcome. Refreshments are available. Registration starts from 12pm, Judging commences at 1pm. £2 special event parking, entry fee £1 per class. All proceeds go to Ferne Animal Sanctuary. 01460 65214

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