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Event 27.04.19 - 27.04.19

Raystede's Big Beach Bark

Will you and your four legged friends join us for a special beach party on Seaford beach?

On Saturday 27th April we will be holding a beach party for dogs on Seaford beach. The dog beach ban comes into force on the 1st May, so we thought what better time to have a little shindig and raise money for the animals at Raystede at the same time.

You and your dog can meet us at Buckle Car Park at 5 p.m. and we will walk down to Splash Point together. We will then walk back and congregate near Frankie's Beach Cafe where we will be holding a Fun Dog Show. By coming along to our beach party your dog will automatically be entered into all of the below categories and will have the chance to win one of our special Raystede rosettes:

Biggest Beach Babe

Hottest Beach Boy

Most Appealing Ocean Eyes

Best Behaved Beach Dog

Most Bodacious Raystede Rescue

Best Sun-Kissed Coat

Best Salty Old Sea-Dog (Veteran)

The beach party will go on until about 10 p.m., but you can leave earlier if you wish. Every dog that comes along will receive their very own tub of doggy ice-cream and you are welcome to bring along your own food and drink.BOOK ON TODAY BY FOLLOWING THIS LINK.

You can also bring any frisbees or games for your four-legged friends and they will have the opportunity to play in the sea and socialise with other dogs too.

Your dog can join in a game of 'Musical Sit' where there will be a prize for the winner, and if they fancy a bit of down-time, there will be the opportunity to sit and watch the sunset together.

There is limited space on our 'Big Beach Bark' event, so remember to secure your dog's party place by following THIS LINK. It's £10 to register a dog, and all proceeds from the event will go towards caring for the animals at our centre. For every £20 raised it could help us to care for a dog in our kennels for a day!

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