PDSA Petlife Festival 2018

Having told you about the festivals I'm off to this year I thought you needed a quick look at each one.

First up is the PDSA PetLife festival at Cheltenham. 

PDSA petlife festival

Founded in 1917, PDSA is the UK's leading veterinary charity. Operating through a UK-wide network of 48 Pet Hospitals, PDSA provides veterinary care to the sick and injured pets of people in need and promotes responsible pet ownership.

The Petlife festival is a one day affair held at Cheltenham racecourse, and featuring Jessie J, Kaiser Chiefs and The Vamps. Gates will open at 11am on festival day with main stage entertainment drawing to a close at 10pm.
Tickets are £38 for adults and £15 for children, and you can take your dog too! (Disabled visitors can take a carer with them for free, and their dog(s) of course) and a family ticket for four is £95. Your ticket also includes on-site parking close to main entrance and entry for your dog(s) - don't forget to register your dog on the website when you buy the tickets.

There are loads of other things happening as well as the music (like at most festivals) there will be famous animals to meet such as Finn the hero police dog, countryside dog walks to stretch your pooch's legs, the Paws for Thought dog agility team will be showing off their skills, while the Dog and Duck Show will provide superb family fun while educating the audience about dog behaviour. For younger visitors there will also be the chance to take part in some of the action! And there will be shopping opportunities too.

Grab your ticket's now and we'll see you there!

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  1. Hope you enjoyed it! This is local to us, so I would have liked to have gone along to see Kaiser Chiefs and Jessie J, but we were away at the weekend. My daughter and husband were a bit unsure about the dogs, though! Hope it's back next year.


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