Puppy UK Contest 2022
The annual Puppy UK contest is back!
Please join us at DogHouse in Stoke-on-Trent on 20th November to elect your new titleholder for 2022. There will be entertainment, a contest with eager contestants, and some puppy time!!
Saturday 20th November 2021 from 1pm till 6pm at Gossip, Hope Street, Hanley, Stoke on Trent. Tickets include hot dog / burger, and entry to Gossip in the evening.
Gossip operates challenge 25 and as a result we require ID to ensure all people entering the venue are of appropriate age. On entry ID is scanned into our computer ID system. Once recorded, ID is no longer required as it’s linked to your fingerprint enabling you to visit by simply logging in with your fingerprint.
The event will be hosted by Vivienne Lindsey and Rob WIlde.
What you need to know
Age restriction: 18yo minimum
Statement in regards to Hunter’s Announcement
Following Hunter’s recent announcement, and his stepdown as Mr Puppy UK 2020, the team is saddened that Hunter has chosen to do so.
Hunter will still be known as former Mr Puppy UK 2020. The team and I would like to wish him the very best for the future.
The four previous Mr Puppy UK have accepted to be caretakers for the sash until the next contest in November 2021 at DogHouse Stoke-on-Trent.
This is to give all future contestants a chance to enter and compete for the 2022 title, thus giving those pups who wish to compete a fair chance and a full year at the title.
Licks and belly rubs,
Team Puppy UK
About Puppy UK
Puppy UK is the kink and fetish title for the Pups & Handlers community throughout the UK. The holder of the title advocates for and supports the positive development of the UK’s pup community, and helps reach out to new members of the community. They become the national representative for pups and handlers at local pup events, and the international representative for the United Kingdom at European and global pup events. Held annually to elect a successor to the title, it is an event created by pups, for pups, handlers, and all friends of the pup community.
It’s important to us to involve as much of the community as possible. In 2019, we held the 5th contest in London, and the 2021 contest is now being planned.
The contest is a great chance for pups to come together in a spirit of friendship. It’s also a celebration of being pup, for pups and handlers and friends to come together and share in the joy of pup play and of our community.