Strutt Your Mutt 2021
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
Together we have raised over £50,000 for support dog charities – let’s make 2020 the best yet!
Strutt Your Mutt

It is with great sadness that we announce today the cancellation once again of Strutt Your Mutt Charity Dog Day and Walks due to be held on June 13th 2021. We understand this will be hugely disappointing for many of you, but the priority is keeping our visitors, volunteers, entertainers and traders safe. In such challenging and uncertain times and given the current government restrictions that will last at least until 21st June we feel that we have no alternative other than to cancel the event.

Since 2014 we have raised over £50,000 for fantastic charities including Hounds for Heroes, Dogs for Good and Hearing Dogs for Deaf People through a day uniting people together and celebrating the unique relationship that we share with our dogs and the Great British Countryside, and we will continue to do so.

With that we can announce that we will return in 2022 on Sunday 12th June, once again at the stunning location of the Benacre Estate on the Suffolk Coast. We already have a great arena line up including Little Nippers, Ridgeside Falconry and the David Seamark Sheepdog demo, and will of course be offering our two walking routes for you and your canine companions as well as trade stands and fantastic food and drink options. Tickets will go on sale early 2022.

We would like to thank all of our supporters and look forward to welcoming you all back next year.

2022's event takes place on Sunday June 12th 2022.

Our last Strutt Your Mutt Charity Dog Day raised and amazing £9659.56. Can we do even better this year?

Wangford vets and volunteers from Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

See what some our visitors thought of their day at Strutt Your Mutt.

Tickets for 2021 suspended
Sponsorship now closed
Volunteering now closed
Trade stand spaces now closed
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Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People trains dogs to respond to important sounds and danger signals such as the doorbell, alarm clock and smoke alarm.

Deafness can be incredibly isolating leaving many deaf people without the confidence to leave their homes, avoiding social situations and feeling cut off from the world.

Hearing dogs provide vital companionship and practical support to help deaf people live confident and independent lives.

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