Residents and families are invited to the Rural and Wildlife Community Event in Garstang.
The event, jointly organised by the Garstang Millennium Green Trust and Garstang Neighbourhood Policing Team, will take place outside Booths supermarket on Park Hill Road, on September 14, from 10am to 4pm.
Chief among the attractions at the event will be a birds of prey display by the Corio Raptor Centre and a Guide Dogs display.
A range of services will also be offer on the day, including free dog weighing by Beacon Vets, and free dog claw clipping by local pet grooming company Scrub Doggy Dog.
A dog chipping service will also be available, with all proceeds going to the Dogs Trust.
The Garstang Neighbourhood Policing Team, Garstang Millennium Green Trust and local countryside rangers will also be on hand to offer advice to attendees on a range of rural and wildlife issues.
PCSO John Holland, of Garstang Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “We hope this will be a fun day out for all residents that will give them lots of information and access to useful services for their pets.
“We will also be giving out free doggy treat bags to the first forty dogs that attend, along with a Best Dog at the Event award.”