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Top Dog! Judge’s choice Benji to front regional canine show in 2019

Meet five-year-old Rough Collie, Benji – the Face of Just Dogs Live 2019.

Top prize for the top dog was a photo shoot with professional dog photographer, Martin Hill – the results of which will appear on the marketing material for next year’s show in the coming months. Benji was among hundreds of dogs whose owners entered them into an online competition run by Just Dogs Live.


Pets As Therapy announced as second charity for 2019 show

We are delighted to announce that Pets As Therapy will be the second of two charities supported by Just Dogs Live 2019.

Pets As Therapy is a national charity and was founded in 1983 by Lesley Scott-Ordish to enhance health and wellbeing in the community through the visits of trusted volunteers with their behaviourally assessed animals.


Best in show! Rough Collie Benji voted Face of Just Dogs Live 2019

MEET five-year-old Rough Collie, Benji – chosen to become the face of Just Dogs Live 2019; earning his very own photo shoot with a professional dog photographer!

Benji was among the hundreds of dogs whose owners entered them into an online competition run by Just Dogs Live at the East of England Arena and Events Centre in Peterborough.


Marc Abraham back at Just Dogs Live

Marc the Vet will be back for Just Dogs Live 2019, after his incredible success in having Lucy’s Law passed in England he is embarking on campaigns to have it written into law in Scotland and Wales, and the US.


Valentines Day Photo Competition

We are delighted to announce the winners of the Just Dogs Live Valentine’s Day Photo Competition.

We had so many beautiful and touching pictures sent through to us that it must have been a very hard job for chief judge and vet Marc Abraham to pick the winners.  But, after much thinking and consideration, he did just that.

Here are Marc’s top three pictures:


Summer health tips for your dog

SUMMER is a fab time to enjoy time outdoors with your dog – long walks, great places to explore and opportunities for pet-friendly fun.

However, just like humans, dogs can suffer in hot weather. We all know that hot cars and dogs don’t mix – but there are other things that can leave your pet less than perky as the temperatures rise.


Why not treat your best friend to a fun filled day out


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