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The first ‘Dogs’ Day Out’ in 3 years comes to Margam Country Park this month

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Welsh pet food company, Burns Pet Nutrition, are inviting families, pet owners and locals in down its annual Burns Dogs’ Day Out – this time at a brand new venue.

The event, which has been running for over 10 years, will be taking place at Margam Country Park on Sunday 18th September.

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The fun day out is back with a big bang after two years of lockdowns, Burns Dogs’ Day Out is totally free and all are welcome, tickets can be booked in advance.

Following the huge rise in pet ownership, Burns say they’re upping their game and bringing guests an event that promises to be even bigger and better than before, starting with the new venue situated in Margam, about 2 miles from Port Talbot.

Those attending will be treated to a fun-packed day of doggy classes, adventures and entertainment. Guests and their loveable pooches will mix with thousands of adorable doggos and their pet parents together.

Guests will join in activities with fellow passionate pet owners which will include a mix of fun pet contests, dog shows, a play zone, various demonstrations and a group walk. A range of independent pet trade and charity stalls will also be on show throughout the day and Burns professional pet nutritionists will be on hand for free pet advice.

Founder of Burns Pet Nutrition, John Burns said of the new sponsorship and shelter: “We are thrilled to be back with Burns Dogs’ Day Out after a two-year hiatus and we promise to put on an even bigger event than previous years starting with our new venue, the wonderful Margam Country Park. Both pooches and their owners will be sure to love the day we have planned for them.”

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Sign up for free to secure your place at Burns Dogs’ Day Out 2022.

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