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Off to Cold Wet Nose Show!

The big day is almost here and a little later today we’re starting our journey to the Cold Wet Nose Show. Beverley Cuddy has been blogging about the show which you can find at www.coldwetnose.blogspot.com/ and it sounds absolutely fantastic.
If you’re in the UK and you’re free tomorrow take a look at the show’s website www.thecoldwetnoseshow.co.uk/ Kate and Gin who made it to the final ten of Britain’s Got Talent will be appearing, there’ll be fun dog show classes, dock dogs, and too many other things to mention.
The best thing about the show is that it’s going to raise a lot of money for charity. And the other best thing is it’s going to be a terrific day out – for humans and dogs alike. We’ll be getting some interviews in between enjoying ourselves, so do listen to episode 70 of DogCast Radio which will be out on the 27th July. But in the meantime episode 69 is almost out so don’t forget to listen to that at www.DogCastRadio.com
Just keep your fingers crossed for a fairly fry Saturday for the Cold Wet Nose Show.

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