10th – 11th November: Dog Friendly activities in and around Oxfordshire

Looking for something dog friendly to do in Oxfordshire and the surrounding area this weekend? Then you have come to the right place.

Read on to discover the events happening in your local area this weekend that you can go to with your dog.

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The Berkshire Christmas Pawtry Fun Charity Dog Show

Saturday 10th November and Sunday 11th November,  10am – 5pm

Newbury Showground, Berkshire RG18 9QZ

Here at The Oxford Dog Blog we still think it’s a bit early to be throwing our paws fully into the festive season. However, we are more than willing to make an exception for The Berkshire Christmas Pawtry this weekend. Featuring a dog show on each day, a doggie Father Christmas, The National Agility Competition, Have a Go Agility and Demos, and a Main Dog Ring with loads of fun.

Tickets are available on the gate on the day or discounted online.

Head to their Facebook event page for more information. 

WWI Beacons of Light Event, Stowe

Sunday 11th November – 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Stowe National Trust car park opposite the New Inn visitor centre.

This event is part of a national event, Battle’s Over, designed to pay tribute to the millions killed or wounded in the First World War.

To mark 100 years since the end of the WWI a beacon in the grounds of Stowe, joining over 1000 other locations across the country in the WWI Beacons of Light commemoration to symbolise an end to the darkness of war and a return to the light of peace.

The beacon will be lit at 7pm in the overflow

Dogs should be on leads for this event.

Visit the National Trust page for more information.

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Saturday 10th November and Sunday 11th November.

Cheney School, Oxford.

This fantastic Oxford course is back and as dynamic as ever!
Learn canine CPR, how to deal with seizures and choking, checking vital signs and so much more. This vet-led, accredited course is perfect for pet parents and professionals.
Gain the skills and peace of mind that you can act in an emergency.

Check out the Facebook event for more information. 


If you are looking for more ideas of dog-friendly weekend ideas why not find the perfect spot for brunch, try one of our favourite walks, or get cosy next to a log fire in one of the local dog friendly pubs.


Do you have a dog-friendly event coming up? Let us know! We would love to feature you in our next dog-friendly what’s on guide.

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