The event is open to the public and there’s no entrance fee. There’s also are plenty of activities and fun venders to be seen even if you’re not competing in the show, including a silent auction, raffle draws and fun ceramics.
“It’s a great place to bring your kids if they like pets,” Vice President of Fort St John District Kennel Club, Denise Smith said. “The more people, the more love of the dog”
If you’re looking for some bragging rights, the ‘Good Neighbour Testing’ will also be available to non club members at the price of $40, which runs at the end of Saturday’s show. Your dog will be put through a 12 steps test of overall friendliness and obedience, after which they’ll receive a ‘Good Neighbour’ certificate.