Saturday 17th June – Sunday 18th June—- Arley Hall, Cheshire
Saturday 24th June – Sunday 25th June—- Knebworth Park, Knebworth
If you have a ticket enquiry please contact Ticket Factory Customer Service support team:
DogFest Customer Services - 0333 300 3010
Or check tickets online by clicking here (you will need your booking confirmation number):
Please note - In the interests of safety, card details should not be quoted as emails are not a secure form of communication.
The DogFest ticket does not include entry to Knebworth House, Park, Gardens, Playground or Dinosaur Trail.
A discounted ticket for entry to the Park, Gardens, Adventure Playground and Dinosaur Trail on 24th or 25th June can be purchased for £5 on production of a DogFest ticket.
Please note that unfortunately dogs are not allowed in the Gardens or Dinosaur Trail but are welcome on leads in the Park and at the Adventure Playground. House supplement tickets can also be purchased at the door of house for £3.50 (in addition to a Park ticket).
Yes, visitors who are registered as disabled who purchase a ticket can bring along a carer to DogFest free of charge. Please collect carer’s tickets on the day.
VIP carers are allowed access into the VIP area but the goodie bag & lunch aren’t included.
YES! DogFest is 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 youself with our Animal Welfare Guidelines, and ensure your dog stays on their lead unless they’re participating in one of the have-a-go activities. But if you don’t have a dog, you’re also warmly invited to take part in any of the activities including the Great Dog Walk. Please note this is a dog’s day out and cats or other animals are not permitted.
Yes! Noel will be at DogFest all day and is looking forward to welcoming everyone! He will be officially opening DogFest and the start of the Great Dog Walk. He will also be hosting the Supervet Heroes Dog Awards and the Fun Dog Awards.
The Great Dog Walk is a 4km charity walk around the beautiful grounds of Arley Hall & Knebworth Park - all in aid of a charity. You can join the walk by donation on the day. Noel Fitzpatrick will open the walk and there’ll be other walks during the day. There will be water stations along the walk path but please bring poo bags for your dog and a bottle of water for yourselves.
Yes, there are tented areas for dogs and their owners to rest and take cover in case of extreme hot or wet weather. But fingers crossed for a nice sunny day!
There will be over 130 exhibitors per show so there’s plenty of opportunity to shop and treat your dogs!
Yes, there are a number of catering options at DogFest; from teas and coffees, to a light lunch, cakes and ice-cream from Arley Hall & Knebworth Park.
Dogfest are committed to making everyone’s experience an 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.
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.
We tried to make both Windsor and Loseley work for us, but operational circumstances and customer feedback proved them to be impractical. We also had some flooding issues in Windsor last year, and by choosing Knebworth we hope to avoid this and put on the best show possible. However, we are looking at locations for our 2018 Dogfest now, and are concentrating much of our search in the South West, as we want everyone to be able to come and enjoy themselves. Sorry again for the inconvenience, and we hope to see you at Dogfest 2017!
Yes! Of course you can still attend if you are unable to bring your own dog! Dogfest both a fantastic day for doglovers as well as dogs, and there will be plenty for you to do, including shopping opportunities, watching amazing displays, and attending informative talks which will help you with caring for your own pet.