Britain’s Got Talent Finalist and Dog Trainer Lucy Heath has been announced as a Special Guest at DogFest 2020.

Lucy will feature at all three events in 2020, alongside her dogs including Trip and Indie.

In 2016, Lucy and Trip progressed to the final of Britains Got Talent.

Since then, Lucy and Trip have won many awards and they have recently qualified for Crufts 2020.

During DogFest, Lucy and her dogs will deliver a few special performances, including two fun Dog Dancing Sessions.

Lucy will also deliver talks about obedience training, host meet and greets and much more.

Founded in 2013, DogFest features three fun-filled weekends for all generations.

The events will be held across the UK, including a weekend at Cheshire’s Tatton Park on 13th – 14th June 2020.

DogFest brings together thousands of dog owners to enjoy being outdoors and sharing fun and music with like-minded people.

The weekends feature a variety of activities including a Fun Dog Show, where your dog can compete across a number of fun categories. Your dog could even be crowned Best in Show!

Attendees can also visit the ‘Dogs with Jobs’ area, to meet working canines from across the country.

Younger dogs and their owners can visit the Puppy Zone. This is the perfect place to teach them some basic skills and introduce them to new sights, sounds and sensations, which they’ll experience in everyday life.

This links to one of the main themes of DogFest 2020: Wellbeing and Education.

DogFest 2020 will focus on topics such as the health and emotional wellbeing of dogs and their owners, including first aid training, nutrition advice and the mental health benefits of getting outdoors with your dog.

The weekend will feature these activities and much more.

There will also be a Retail Village, featuring well-known brands, bespoke producers and tasty food and drink for you and your dog.

Tickets are on sale now.

To find out more, please visit the Dog Fest Official Website.