Thousands of owners and their furry friends made the Mowgli Dog Show the “ulti-mutt” success last weekend.

The show followed on from last year’s achievement in raising over £43,000 for Claire House Children’s Hospice.

Nisha Katona organised the event at Claremont Farm, near Bebington, on September 10 and 11. Nisha is the owner of Mowgli Street Food and also set up the Mowgli Trust, which helped to organise the show and raises funds for Claire House Children’s Hospice.

The competition rings were packed with dogs performing their canine tricks; however, Nisha was initially worried about attendance being lower this year.

At 17 years of age Poppy was the oldest dog at the show, making her around 96 in human years!

MNL spotted one corgi at the show, the breed that was so close to our late Queen Elizabeth’s heart.


A corgi relaxing at the Mowgli Dog Show, Wirral
A corgi relaxing at the Mowgli Dog Show, Wirral © MNL

Claire House Children’s Hospital shared their gratitude with LJMU for covering the event: “We really enjoyed having the students from LJMU join us at the Mowgli Trust Dog Show over the weekend.

“They were all so friendly and professional and they helped us to add another aspect to the day with streaming. Thank you to all of the students involved.”

After this year’s success, Nisha shared her plans for a similar dog show to take place next year, changing possibly to a one-day event.

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