Gives you full access to all the different event areas, attractions and main stage entertainment. Ticket also includes on-site parking close to main entrance and entry for registered dog(s).
We know pets are part of the family and PetLife is the perfect dog friendly day out.
For ticket buyers wishing to bring their canine companions to the festival, dogs must be registered in advance as places will be limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
Don't forget there are some extra things to remember when bringing your four-legged friend to a festival. We've also created a handy ‘Doggy kit list’ for you to use below.
Here are our top tips for a great day out with your canine companion.
All about the pooch
We can't wait to meet your canine pals, but please don't bring any other pets. The festival is suitable for dogs and their two-legged human companions only.
Don't forget you will need to register your canine companion when you buy your ticket.
As part of the family, make sure you all stick together and that your dog is kept on a lead and under control at all times.
Keep it clean
Dogs explore with their mouths so litter could cause them harm. Keep the day safe for everyone by cleaning up your litter (and your dog's poo!)
Take a break
It'll be a long day out for your dog. Take plenty of breaks and be prepared to go home when they've had enough.
Make sure your dog is safely restrained in your car while you travel to and from the event.
Don't leave dogs in hot cars
As we're sure you're all aware, leaving your dog in the car puts their life at risk, so under no circumstances should dogs be left in a car during the event.
Our vets are on hand
Our PDSA vets and vet nurses will be at the event in case of emergencies. Check how to get vet help when you arrive – the emergency number will be printed in your event guide.
Doggy Kit List
Water and a bowl.There'll be water stations throughout the show ground but bring your own water as well so your dog can have a drink whenever it needs one.
Vaccinations.Your dog will be around lots of other dogs. We recommend they're up to date on their vaccinations – speak to your vet about what's right for your dog.
A coat and towels.Bring a cosy dog coat and some towels in case the weather turns cold and wet.
Identification.All dogs must be microchipped, and keep a collar on and ID tag. Check your contact details are up-to-date so your dog can easily be reunited with you should you get separated.
Sunscreen.Dogs with white or thin fur can catch the sun – especially on the tips of their ears and nose. Stock up on pet-friendly sunblock.
Poo bags.Make sure you keep it clean on the festival site and have plenty of poo bags to hand!
Forgotten something?Oops! Don't worry, there'll be loads of shopping opportunities at the event where you can stock up on poo bags, water bowls, treats and more.