Welcome to our FAQ section!
Here, we have compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions about the Dog Lover Show. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us using the details provided on our website.
Q: What is the Dog Lover Show?
A: The Dog Lover Show is an annual event celebrating all things canine. We showcase a range of breeds, activities, and products, and provide education and information about responsible dog ownership.
Q: When and where is the Dog Lover Show?
A: The Dog Lover Show takes place at the SEC Glasgow, Scotland. The event will be held on 9th and 10th September 2023.
Q: Can I buy tickets on the day?
A: Yes, tickets can be purchased on the door during the event. However, there are limited numbers of tickets available at the door, so we recommend purchasing in advance to avoid disappointment and to take advantage of any early bird discounts.
Q: Is there parking available at the venue?
A: Yes, there is ample parking available at the SEC Glasgow. Please note that parking fees apply.
Q: Is the venue accessible for disabled attendees?
A: Yes, the SEC Glasgow is fully accessible for disabled attendees. If you require any assistance or have any specific needs, please contact us in advance and we’ll be happy to help.
Q: Are there any age restrictions for attending the Dog Lover Show?
A: No, the event is open to all ages. However, some activities and features may be more suitable for certain age groups – please check our website for more information. Please note under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.
Q: Can my dog be an Insta Dog?
A: If you dog has over 1,000 followers, you can submit an application. On review, you will then be notified if your dog has been successful or not.
Q: Can I bring my dog to the Dog Lover Show?
A: Visitors are not allowed to bring their dogs to the Dog Lover Show for several reasons. Firstly, having a large number of dogs present at the show, could be stressful for some dogs, especially those who may not be used to such an environment. It could also pose a safety risk as not all dogs may be well-behaved or may become aggressive in an unfamiliar environment with so many other dogs around.
Furthermore, the Dog Lover Show aims to create a fun and engaging experience for all visitors, and having pets present may detract from this goal. By keeping the event focused on showcasing different dog breeds, products, services, and activities, visitors can fully immerse themselves in the event and learn about all things dog-related without distractions.