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Primrose Hill prepares to welcome pooches and owners for sixth Pupaid dog show

PUBLISHED: 15:34 30 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:34 30 August 2017

Charity Pupaid is set to welcome 'Made In Chelsea' star Stephanie  Pratt at its celebrity judged dog show in Primrose Hill. Picture: Julia Claxton

Charity Pupaid is set to welcome 'Made In Chelsea' star Stephanie Pratt at its celebrity judged dog show in Primrose Hill. Picture: Julia Claxton

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Made in Chelsea star Stephanie Pratt is set to join hundreds of talented pooches on parade this weekend for the sixth annual Pupaid dogshow.

The annual dog show is now in its sixth year. Picture: Julia ClaxtonThe annual dog show is now in its sixth year. Picture: Julia Claxton

The event returns to Primrose Hill Park on Saturday and features a celebrity-judged dog show, agility course and doggy displays.

Blackadder’s Tony Robinson, actor Peter Egan, X Factor stalwart Sinitta and TV presenter Pat Sharp are all confirmed to attend.

Charity Pupaid was founded seven years ago by animal welfare campaigner and vet Marc Abraham. It is supported by a number of celebrities including Meg Matthews and her daughter Anais Gallagher.

Mr Abraham said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming dog-lovers from far and wide helping to raise awareness about the UK’s cruel puppy farming industry as well as promoting rescue pets. See you all there!”

The 'Golden Oldies' class of 2016 judged by Peter Egan and Sarah Champion. Picture: Julia ClaxtonThe 'Golden Oldies' class of 2016 judged by Peter Egan and Sarah Champion. Picture: Julia Claxton

Categories in past years have included London’s fittest dog, the dog that most looks like a celebrity – won by rapper Snoop Dogg look-a-like Mugly in 2015 – and the loudest bark.

This year Britain’s Got Talent finalists Pippa and Buddy are scheduled to appear alongside a host of celebrities.

In 2016 1,000 people and their dogs enjoyed the day which helps raise awareness of cruelty in the UK’s puppy farming industry.

Past judges have included this year’s Celebrity Big Brother winner Sarah Harding with support at past shows from Countdown star Rachel Riley, TOWIE celeb Lauren Goodger and comedian Ricky Gervais.

Compere Simon Happily and Sinitta at last year's show. Picture: Julia ClaxtonCompere Simon Happily and Sinitta at last year's show. Picture: Julia Claxton

Pupaid runs from 10am to 5pm. The organisers recommend using the Regents Park Road and Albert Terrace entrance.

For more details visit Pupaid

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