Battersea Dogs and Cats home is calling all fame-hungry dogs
Dogs with a thirst for fame can live out their dream at Battersea’s Got Talent next month.
The rescue centre is inviting dog lovers to bring their clever canines to Battersea Park on Sunday, September 8, to showcase their four-legged skills at the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s Annual Reunion.
After three heats, the talent contest’s winner will be crowned in front of the thousands of spectators in the main ring at the annual family fun day sponsored by Petplan.
The free event, now in its 19th year, will also include dog classes including Handsomest Dog and Golden Oldie, family activities, games and entertainment.
Battersea’s canine welfare trainer Nathalie Ingham said: “From singing Staffies to dancing Dachshunds, we are looking for any dog with any sort of trick, no matter how skilled or silly, to join us for Battersea’s Annual Reunion. We are so excited to see our Battersea supporters there, and to meet new animal lovers who have come for a fun free day out with their beautiful dogs. Events like these are also great opportunities to raise funds for the Home, which enable us to carry on caring for thousands of dogs and cats in need of our help each year.”
One revelling rover who hopes to show off his singing skills at the Annual Reunion’s Battersea’s Got Talent competition is Bertie the Basset Hound.
The tuneful two-year old has been entertaining audiences outside his kennel since being handed into Battersea last month because his owner could not cope.
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