There will be plenty to do on the day including agility course you can take part in and demonstrations from leading experts. As more events are confirmed we will announce on the woofsite so keep checking back for details on the news and who’s coming page. There will also be dog shows including the waggiest tail, prettiest girl etc. There will be prizes for all winners and trophies for the Best in Show and runner up Best in Show.

On top of this there will be stalls for dogs and humans, a dog chill out zone with water, sponge baths and seating for humans to take a load off. There will also be a dog massage area provided by a qualified pet therapist.  And if that was not enough you will also have live music to entertain you through the day in the food and refreshment areas.

We have a wide range of food stalls coming to Woofstock UK in 2017 to cater to all tastes. We also have a good mix of both alcoholic and soft drink providers coming too. As it is a long day food and drink will be available throughout. We will also be providing water troughs for dogs around the site as well as in the chill out zone. There will also be dog ice cream for sale! After all it is all about the dogs.

Yes as long as the attendee has the wrist band provided.

Tickets are non-refundable.

If you order your tickets after the cut off date of the 1st July 2017 for wrist bands to be posted to you then yes please bring your printed ticket to the event where a wrist band will be provided upon presentation.

Yes as long as the person you are transferring to has the wristband on the day.

You can woof the team at Woofstock UK by clicking here.

Yes there will limited toilets and disabled toilets too. There are also public toilets 2 minutes from the site.

Fireworks, camping stoves or any other cooking devices are not permitted on this site. All dogs must be kept on leads at all times. Any person found to be disregarding the above will be asked to leave the festival. The safety of both humans and animals is paramount to us. We would encourage you to support the food vendors on the day but do not restrict you bringing your own food. We have a pricing policy with our food vendors so the food prices are reasonable but also allow them to cover all their costs. Please do consider supporting the food and drink vendors on the day.

Due to popularity local rooms at B & B’s have become booked up quickly. It is advisable to google the location and find accommodation that way or visit or or 

There are no camping facilities at the site. However the nearest fully operational camping site is is approximately 4 miles from the site. You can also find details of places to stay at or

There is parking on site for disabled persons only. The nearest train station is Totnes and is approximately 12 miles away from the venue. There is limited parking in the public car park in Dartmouth itself and it is advisable to arrive very early to secure a space. However, we would advise everyone to use the Park and Ride which is a 5 minute bus journey to the site and allows dogs on the bus you can find more information here The local cab firms will also be allowing dogs to travel with them on the day you can find a list of local firms here


Tickets will be sent out in plenty of time for the festival. If you have not received your tickets by 14th July 2017 then email  Last advance purchase is 1st July 2017 though this may change.

The official opening time is 930am but we appreciate people may be travelling a distance to the event. We will allow people into the venue prior to 930am but you may be restricted to where you can go. The day ends at 1830. For timings of events during the day check the website regularly for updates.

There is no guarantee that there will be tickets left on the day. We recommend booking in advance to guarantee entry as numbers are restricted.