Need To Knows

The Wooferendum march is going to be a fantastic day for dogs and people. 
This is what you need to know so that we can ensure safety and maximise fun. 

  1. All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. 

  2. Well-behaved dogs only. 
    If your dog gets jumpy and overexcited around other dogs, or around people, please leave them at home. Your dog might be excited about stopping Brexit, but it must still behave on the march (or be asked to leave). 

  3. Police will not allow the following dog breeds:
    Pit bull terriers, Japanese tosa, dogo Argentino and fila Brasileiro.  

  4. Bring treats and snacks for your dog.  
    It’s doing the campaigning for you - it's going to be a very good boy/girl!

  5. Bring water.
    Campaigning for canines can be thirsty work

  6. Encourage your dog to do it’s poop before the march
    Let your dog march with full pride but empty bowels. 

  7. Bring poop bags just in case. 
    Please double bag any poop. Stewards on the march will have roving poop dumps (larger bags for putting your bag into, for convenience).

  8. St James' Park is nearby.
    If you want to take your dog for a walk first to blow off some energy, St James’ Park is very close by to the meeting point for the march. 

  9. Read our guide for access to the march start and end points.
    We’ve created a guide to help you decide the easiest way to arrive and depart the march. 

  10. Please dress your dog up!
    Let’s see the best your lovely canine campaigner can wear, and let’s make this a real spectacle. There are going to be photographers snapping the best ones, of course.

  11. Read our guide for access to the march start and end points.
    We’ve created a guide to help you decide the easiest way to arrive and depart the march.

    SEE OUR GUIDE: HOW TO GET TO THE WOOFERENDUM MARCH