This very special day will once again give you, the dog-loving public, the golden opportunity to help raise awareness about the UK's cruel puppy farming trade by attending this amazing celebrity judged fun dog show.
It is really fantastic that you want to get involved with Pup Aid, helping to raise awareness of puppy farming.
There will be various ways you can help with the event including spreading the word and attending.
Raising money for the charities we support and raising awareness of puppy farming is what Pup Aid is all about so it is important we get as many people to attend as possible.Read more: How Can I Help?
The UK's biggest anti-puppy farming event is back bigger and better than before!
Now in its sixth year and third in Primrose Hill, PupAid will once again be in the leafy doggy paradise of north London's Primrose Hill, part of The Royal Parks, and promises a jam-packed day of fun for all the family – and our faithful four-legged friends – with trade stalls, delicious fresh food, music and Scruffs heats judged by some famous faces.Read more: Our Venue..... Primrose Hill!
Pup Aid is held in Primrose Hill Park, just off Regents Park Road. The best entrance to access the park is at the corner of Regents Park Road and Albert Terrace.
The closest tube station is Chalk Farm and we recommend you use public transport to travel to the event as parking is very limited.Read more: Directions
Before moving to London Pup Aid was Brighton's mini-festival and doggy social event of the year attracting both dogs and anyone who loves or owns one.