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Woof! - The Auckland Pride Dog Show


Woof! will be larger, furrier, showier and woofier than ever in 2019!

Dogs and dog lovers from across the Rainbow spectrum and our friends and whanau, are invited to an afternoon of four-legged fun in luscious Western Park, Ponsonby.

MC Steven Oates will have a celebrity panel on a loose leash as they judge categories including Best Dressed, Best Dog/Owner Look-a-like, Campest Dog, Butchest Dog, Wee Woofers(kids), Best Talent or Trick – and, of course, the coveted title of Best in Show!

Thanks to our friends at Nutrience and Barkley Manor, we have a king-size kennel full of prizes for the taking! Register your prize-winning pooch at 1pm. The paws will be hitting the dog-walk at 2pm sharp!

Woof! will again be located in lower Western Park, near the tennis courts, with the closest road access via Beresford Street West and Howe Street.

After being rained out in 2018 and because nobody likes wet fur, we will move indoors at Barkley Manor should it rain again.

Come celebrate all things K9 at New Zealand's biggest and most furrrbulous Rainbow community dog show! There will be heaps of goodies to purchase for all your furry friends, and human refreshments will be available as well.


WHEN Sunday 3 March, 1pm

WHERE Western Park (Beresford Street West Entrance)

Ponsonby/Freemans Bay

COMPETITION ENTRY $5 donation to the SPCA

ACCESSIBILITY Wheelchair access via Beresford Street West

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