TAILS are sure to be wagging as DogFest gets ready to return to Tatton Park next month.

Taking place on June 18 and 19, DogFest, in partnership with ManyPets, is the ultimate dog-friendly festival and guarantees a day full of special guests, activities, and fun for all.

There will be more than 150 shopping stands and 10 fun-filled activities - from flyball to dog diving - as well as food and drinks stalls serving everything from mouth-watering gourmet burgers to hand-baked cupcakes (especially for dogs).

Attendees will be invited to try their paws at non-stop have-a-go activities, including an agility course sponsored by Seresto Flea and Tick Collar, haybale racing sponsored by Wisdom Panel, a 2k or 4k MayPets Big Dog Walk to raise vital funds for Dogs Trust, or the ManyPets Fun Dog Show.

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Once festival goers and their dogs have had a go at the activities, they can pamper themselves with a bit of retail therapy from venders like Noodle and Mars, who specialise in trendy accessories for dogs, the Pawfume Shop, or they can pick up an edible card from Scoff Paper to celebrate their pooch’s next birthday.

People can also get expert advice from the industry’s leading professionals, including behaviourist Adem Fehmi in the Behaviour Zone, as well as a plethora of dog gurus provided by Dogs Trust at the Dog School.

DogFest fan and television presenter Michaela Strachan is glad to be back, saying: “I absolutely love DogFest every year.

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“Being with hundreds of gorgeous pooches is simply the best day out.

“I can't wait for DogFest 2022 – see you all there for entertainment, expert advice, the Big Dog Walk, and plenty of furry cuddles!”

For those interested in re-homing a dog in need, the official charity partner, Dogs Trust, will be allowing visitors to meet dogs looking for a forever home.

Dogs Trust are also inviting rescues with their new families to reunite with their rescuers so they can be updated on their happy lives.

There will be an action-packed main arena with demonstrations from hugely talented canines and trainers, including TikTok sensation Lucy Heath.

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Crufts freestyle winner Nicci Hindson will be showing off her dancing dogs in the obedience ring and showcasing the latest tips and tricks to teach your pooch.

Meanwhile, the brand new V.I.Pooch experience is perfect for those more discerning festival goers, allowing you entry into the exclusive V.I.P area plus a goody bag, fast track entry, complimentary refreshments including an ice cream for you and your dog, and a chance to meet paw-some celebrities.

For more information and tickets visit dog-fest.co.uk or make sure to follow DogFest on Instagram via @Dog_fest.