CLEVER canines and pupil pups will show off their best tricks on Sunday when Janet’s Puppy Skool stages a dog show to boost a campaign that aims to see life-saving defibrillators in every Swindon school.

An exciting agility scurry against the clock, the fastest recall over obstacles and novelty classes for pets with the waggiest tails and friendliest natures feature on the programme at Haydon Wick Farmhouse.

The plan is to raise money for Swindon Heart Safe. Puppy Skool founder Janet Garrett said: “It’s staggering how much we can raise while educating our dogs and showing off what they can do.”

Dogs and pups under six months both have a chance to demonstrated how good they are at tricks and one of the classes is for the dog local radio DJ Ben Prater, who is acting as judge, would most like to take home.

“We also have three very special classes called Stay Put for Heart Safe where our dogs can show off how well they can stay in one place for 30 seconds, 1 minute and 2 minutes – all entries get a lovely rosette and prize – if your dog is good you could get all 3,” said Janet.

There will also be stalls with cakes, bandannas, jewellery and doggy equipment as well as a real ale tent.

All friendly dogs are welcome to join in.

Call 01793 727158 or email for information. The first classes start at 11.30am.